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52nd Year, No. 13 



Published Wednesday for week ending April 5, 1978 



mSIDE: 



Enter brought a ikatlHi extravaganza at Hayg 
Skating Center last week-end. Pbotoe and itory on 
aetim arc on page B-1. 

Thla week the SUN kwlu at a new beanty laloa and 
ladiea who are helping Virginia Bead bcMtltoa itay rebnei 
and bcwitUhl. Read ril dNwt PoUy Pearcr and her new el 
at HoHmhI Ptaia on page B^. 

KMergt^dyMft Alntoa EliMcitiry ibofwed off their 
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^ Oiarles H. FoiVes Jr. presMent and dwirman of the 
bmiAfidU:^at8 of Forbes Cfendies, Inc., Ins been sele<^ed 
by the Virginia Beach Jaycees as the First Qtizen of 
Virginia Bei^ for 1977. . 

Forbes was selected from twelve nomiittes by a 
threc-aiemli^ panel of prominent Virginia BeKh residents 
for the awara, which is the highest honor wbidi can be given 
t^ the ViRglBW Beadi Jayoees to a citizen. The selection is 
based iqMO^te imyvidiul'^ contributions to the city and 
commmuty of 1%ginia Beadi. 

Forbeit who succeeds Robert M. Stanton, will be honored 
at a ba«iuet to be held at the Marimr^ Wharf on 
Wednesday, April 19. 

Forbes. moved to Virginia Beach in 193^3 from Norfolk and 
opened hb woncuidy business, Forbes Candies, Inc., which 
has exptmded to Ri^miond and Williamsbiu'g, and to Nags 



Head, N.C. Since that time he has continually been Uvolved 
in the activities ctf the dty and devoted his thne and energies 
to making his cotmunity a better fiaec is which to Uve. ' 

He has served on the Virginia Beach Chamher of 
Commerce and has been a director of that orgnizatioo as : 
well as ci the State Chamber ci Oonunerce. In addition, 
Forbes has served as director dTthe Kg Brothers Program 
and of the Virginia Beach Music Festival. He was an 
organizer and charter member of the Virginia Beach Rescue 
squad, served as the chairoMB of its Board of Directors for 
two years, and is oirrently on its board of directors. Ecvbes 
also has served for 13 years as chairman rftiK Oyster Bowl 
Ticket and Program Sales for the dty of Virginia Beadi. 
; nt was president oi the Virginia Beach Shrine Old} in 
1962 and chaired tlietax Equalization Board of Virginia 
Beadi. He currently is a vice-{»eskient of the Ocean 



Highw^ Association. 

In 197} and 1978 Forbes was recognized by (he Virginia 
bEadi Ouunber of Commerce for his outstanding service to 
the cooununity and in 1977 he was chosen as King Neptune 
for tl^ Virginia Beadi Neptune Festival. 

Forbes b well-known for his invdvement with the 
Virginia Beach Music Festival, which he and C. B. 
tieil" Owens formed in 1962. Forbes persondly funded the 
event from 1962 to 196S, when the Virginia Beach Chamber 
of Qsnnwce todc over the project. Each year the festival 
Itts toougfat many high school bands to the Beach, much to 
the enjoyment of the partidpants and the dty's dtizens. 

Forbes is an active member of and serves on the vestry of 
Oattee Episcopal Church and resides at 110 4Sth Street. 

For reservations or infbrmation concerning the banquet 
honoring Forbes caU 467-4929 by AprU 11. 




Charles H. Forbes Jr. 



A look at the candidates 




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Dr. Jesse Welch Lawrence 



Tomorrow concern 
of today's candidate 



^JonOoiMt 
SUNEttar 

"Helpi^ to biiQd a belter werkl for tonKX-row" is what 
I^. Jesse W^ Lawreace iriuM if she% efected to tlK 
Vk^ 9m3i Oty Ooundi May 2. 

"timtc ve some pockets in Virginia Beach of disontent- 
0sttt . I have seen ttem Md hewd them diso^sed. I want to 
telp eradkate ttoe podats," the tt-large (^lUchtte said. 

I^. LajCTewxi'a KeDam Hgh Schod governnwnt temslmt, 
ortpm^ beavM interested in runmng to camM two years 
ago wbn she etKOuragetf a st^nt of hers to run. 



*? said, lode, two years from now Ite going to run. I'm 
tired of being on the outside loddng in. I know whafk going 
on. I'd like to be a part (tf it." 

"When 1978 rdted around, I said \his is my year'. My 
Mjosdence wouldn't tet me pass it up. The first thbg hi the 
morning and the last thing at night, I woukl tUnk about 
running. Aim) my i^ayers said Vun.' " 

Dr. Lawrence, who has her doctritte hi r^kus 
education, believes in putting God first and then teaodiing.. 
out. The divine powers that be, ktocd me to run," the 
five-year Beadi resUent said. "Sut I wouldn't have run if I 
didnt have confidewx in my electabUUy." 

She has tm^ht sdwd in Virginia Beadi for 28 years; first 
at Seatack Elementary, then Union Kempsville and the last 
11 years at Kelhun. She had spoken at every diurdi in the 
dty as a guest speaker and has served on munerous boards, 
(xxnmittees and clubs. 

"Virginia Beadi isnt a strange i4aoe to me at aD," she 
saki. 

As the wife (tf tlK late pastor of Mou^ OOve ^ptist 
Oiurdi and Piiwy Orove Baptist Cliurdi, W.P.' Jones, I^. 
Ijiwrence first came to Virginia Beadi from Eliabeth Qty, 
N.C. Six yetts i^o, she was rnvried to RMtell H. 
Lawrence, deiHity sheriff oi Virginia teadi. 



"I'm not lust looking for black rotes.. 



I'm lust looking for rofes.' 



Dr. Lawrence u tbt only bi^k candultatte runnhig for d^ 
Mumal, although Joel Patrick, former load of the Beadi 
NAACP, origimdly filed. But be drqpp^ «t of the racx in 
order not to dvUe the Wade vote between Unself and I^. 
Lawrence. 

Ite not rumung beonise Vm blade*. Dr. Lawreooe saki. 
tiut beause Vm a person mho's involved." 

1 feel ttere shoubi have been a bM CD dty eomd a k«g 
tis» uo. We'^e (Viitinta Beac^) a IMe 1^. There% net 
been a Made person to make piMey . aaA rdes ai^ 
rfgi^^teu, yet we ^e bf ttem..<Md we lave no hand 0m 
ft^ing them)." 

Ahhougb Dr. Lawrence feels that Madcs woukl feel dir^ 

refN'esentatkm if she is eteaed, she e n^a s iaed that shrt 

"not just yoBltt^ for itede votes..^ Ite ^t kiddng for 

votes." .„ . . . AM 

(0(^uy«d to page Am 




John Lavra 



Lavra calls for halt 
on city zoning haste 



ByPAMVANDEVEER 

BUN Newt EdHer 

"^ou can^ put a mffler on a jet," sqrs retired ^tevy 
c^itm John Lavra, faafependent caa^Iate for Vkginia 
Bead dty ooukU. 

'%t% Mt ftur totte people ~ living in a Ugh noise zom can 
be tetera^ to yaw teakh," he saki, coamienting on the 
OewMi wctk^ controversy ftdm the ovreM dty (^xmcil. 

EUnkMttlon <rf stot-««hted, h^Aaard reanii^ is 
LavrM i^ if he is eleded May 2. 

Uriqg in Pungo since Us tast duty h exMVtive (Acer at 



Oceana naval Air Station in 1970, Lavra has developed a 
deep appredation for agriculture and the natural beauty cS 
undevetoped areas in Virgbiia Beach. And he is concerned 
over the present city council's haste in rezoiing agricultural 
districts to residential. 

1t% an encroachment on undeveloped areas to make more 
moiwy," he said. "Developing agricultural areas won^ 
bring hi tourists - it will kill i^riculture and well lose our 
financial base. 

"Virgbiia Beach needs a good image," he continued. IVe 
met a lot of people on the road out who were taken in by our 
claim of being the world's largest resort dty. We should 
emi^asize that Virginia Beach is the total dty - Navy, 
agricultural and tourist dty all in one," he said, pointing out 
that agriculture brings more money into the city than does 
tourism. 

•Our present dty coundl is not well enough informed. It 
depends too much on department heads uid tlw dty 
manager for opinioos. 

"In the mstance of Oceana, the dty has a moral obUgation 
to keep people out," he said. It's the dty's responsibility to 
protect the dtiznes. If to did, then the Navy wouhtoH have to 
defend itself." 



"In tho Instance of Oceana, the city 
has a moral obligation to keep people 
out" 



Lavra wonders what has happened to be IS year 
develc^ment plan that was outlined for the dty (after 
extensive and expensive study) only six years ago. *T!«y 
say it's outdated, so it's been shelved," he said. *% some 
respects it may be, but it Moid be amended by due process. 
Lode how long the ConstitiMkn has been around. 

"You ksse time and money when you shehre iffojects," he 
continued, tlot everything doM before you ta b«i." 

"Instead of spending tinw overdevelcpfav the dty and the 
tourist tr»(fe, the dty strauU coocentrrte on tte immediate 
problems of finding water and sewer fiu»Uties for 
everybody. They use dty motmy on an arts center, but 
borrow money far wMer ami sewerage." 

Lavra notes that the current dty couikU is made up of 

ruccessfiil pec^fe who own basu^sset. or are doctOTS, 

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52nd Year, No. 13 




Publishecl Wednesday for week ending April §, 1978 



INSIDE: 



Easter brooght a tiuiting eitravi^anza at Hayg 
Sltatlng Center last weelc-cnd. Photoa and itory on 
actioB arc on page B-1. 

nil week the SUN looki at a new beauty laloa and 
iadila who are heiph^ Virginia Beach bOMrtict itay relaxi 
and bcMitlM. Read tU about Polly Pearot and her new si 
at HaiiMd nan on page W-A. 

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IUndcrgirdj#^ Ahiton ElvMitary sh«iwed off their 
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^. QMurles It Forbes Jr. president and dwlrmaii of tlie 
boiird^ittr^ars ofPorbes Qudics, Inc., hii beepseteoted 
by the Virginia Beach Jaycees as the First Citixna of 
Virginia Beach for 1977. , 

Forbes was selected from twelve nominees by a 
three-fflemby panel ai prominent Virginia Benh residents 
for the awara, which is the Ughest honor which am be given 
by the Vii^^ Bei^ iaytxes to a citizen. The selection is 
based iq)ovite individutd% contributions to the city uid 
coBuouinty of Virginia Beach. 

Forbett who succeeds Robert M. Stanton, will be honored 
at a banquet to be held at the Mariner^ Wharf on 
WediKsdty. April 19. 

Forbesmoved to Virgmia Beach m 193^3 from Norfolk and 
opetMd kte woncandy Inistaiess, Forbes Candies, Inc.. which 
has expanded to RkJummd and Williamsburg, and to Hags 




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Head, N.C. Since that time he has continually been tavolved 
in the activities of the dty and devoted his tfane and energies 
to making Us community a better place in whiditb live. ' 

He has served on the ^Hrgmia Beach Chamber oi 
Commerce and has been a director of that organization as 
well as dl the State Chamber dt Commerce, in action, 
Forbes hai served as direaor <tf the Big Brothers Program 
and (A the Virghiia Beach Music Festival. He was an 
organizer and charter member of tlw Virgfada Beach Rescue 
squad, served as the chairman d its Bovd of IMrectors for 
two years, and is currently on its bon'd of (Urectors. Fo-bes 
also has served for IS years as chairman (rftlK Oyster Bowl 
Ticket and Program Sales for the dty of Virginia Bead^. 

He was president of the Virginia Beach Shrine Onb in 
1962 and chaired thetax Equalization Board of Virginia 
Beadi. He currently is a vice-|H'esident of the Ocean 



Highway Assodation. 

In lS73and 1978 Forbes was recognized by the Virginia 
bEadi Chamber of Commerce for his outstai^ing service to 
the community and m 1977 he was chosen as Khig Neptune 
for the Virginia Beadi Neptune Festival. 

Forbes b well-known for his mvdvement with the 
Vhginia Beach Kfusic Festival, which he and C. B. 
tleO" Owens formed in 1962. Forbes personally funded ^^^ 
event from 1962 to 1965, when the Virginia Beach Chamber 
of Oommace iock. over the project. Each year the festival 
has inrought many high schod bands to the Beach, much to 
the eqjoyment erf the partidpants and the dty's dtizens. 

Forbes Is an active member (rfand serves on the vestry of 
QaVlee Episcopal Church and resides at 110 4Sth Street. 

For reservations or information concerning the banquet 
honoring Forbes call 467-4929 by A[»il U. 




Charles H. Forbes Jr. 



A look at the candidates 




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Dr.\J8sse Weteti Lawrence 



Tomorrow concern 
of today's candidate 



^loaaCoatet 
SUN Editor 

'KllrirC to biiild a better world far toiMrrow" is what 
Or. Jesse WeM Ltwrewx i^m if she*^ elected to t^ 
VktU^ 9mM dty Council May 2. 

"Tlwre we some pockets in Virgima Be^di d disoxitent- 
aiem . I h»e icen them ud iMard ttem discussed. I want to 
l»lp eradfatt tteK i»dwts," ti% jtt-lttge o^Umb said. 

Dr. l^m^wx^* KeDam Hgh Sdxxi governnKnt uuMt, 
originatty beww interested in rumnng for couiMdl two years 
•go wlMm she ew^ouraged a stwlent of hers to run. 



"I said, lode, two years from now Vm going to run. Itn 
tired of being tn the outside lookuig in. I know whafk going 
on. I'd like to be a part of it." 

"When 1978 rolled around, 1 said this is my year'. My 
consdence wouldn't let me pass it up. The first thtaig bi the 
morning and tlw last thing at night, I wdukl think about 
running. And my prayers said Yun.' " 

Dr. Lawrence, who has her doctrate in rel^ious 
education, believes in putting God first and then teandiing.. 
out. The divine powers that be, forced me to run," the 
five-year Beach resMent said. "But I wouldn't have run if I 
didnt have confiitemx hi my electa)ality." 

She has twight schod m Virginia Beadi for 28 years; firsf 
at Seatack Elementary, then Union KemjMville ai^ the last 
11 years at Kellam. She had spoken at every diur^ in the 
dty as a guest speaker and has served on numerous boards, 
committees ami dubs. 

'Virgmia Beadi iant a strange iriaoe to me at t^," she 
sakl. 

As the wife of the late pastor of Moutt OHve Baptist 
Church and Piney Qrove B^>ti8t Churdi, W.P. Jones, Dr. 
Lawrence first came to Virginia Beadi from Elizabeth Qty, 
N.C Six years ago, she was marrwd to RiwmII H. 
Lawren«, (kputy sheriff oi Virgfada Beadi. 



Tm not lust looking for bM( ¥Otos.., 



I'm lust looking for ¥Otos.' 



Dr. Lawrence is the only black candidate rumdng for dty 
council, although Joel Patridc, former head of the Beadi 
NAACP, origtaalfy. filed. Itot te dropped out of the race in 
ortter not to div^ the Made vote bttwi^n Uoself and I^. 
Lawrence. 

'Vm not runmng becwse Ite bhidc". Dr. Lawrence saM. 
"^M because Itn a person who^ mvolved." 

1 ^1 ttere slKiuld have been a bMc on (Ay eouncQ a io^ 
time t^o. Welre (Virghiia Beadi) a iMe 1^. Ilwreli net 
be^ a bku^ person to nudcc poUcy . and r^s and 
regitekns, yet we live by tten...^ we luve no h«3d 0m 
nuJmg ttem)." 

Although th^. Lawrence feels tUr l^idn maM foel dire^ 

representttion ifslR is etected^ sfe»«nfitetfM fto sMr"^ 

"^01 just tooldng far UKk votes.., Vm jmi looking far 

votes " 

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Lavra calls for halt 
on city zoning haste 



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"^ou cut put a fluiffler on a ^t," says rethed Navy 
^Kala John Lavra, fa^pendent caadhltte far Vhguua 
B^A dty oqukQ. 

1t%not fiur totte peqile - living ui a h^h iKrise zam can 
betaterom to your heahh," he said, raouMMfaig on the 
itesMiaaentag conuovcrsy lidat the ovrettt Ay oomdl. 

Eliflrauttnn d short^igteed. hairinard rezonii^ is 
Lwra^ ^ if he is elated mI^ 2. 

Uvn^ in Pui^o since his last duty as exeostive (Acer at 



Oceana naval Air Station in 1970, Lavra has developed a 
deep appreciation for agriculture and the natural beauty of 
undeveloped areas hi Virghiia Beach. And he is concerned 
over the present dty council's haste in rezoning i^ricultural 
districts to residential. 

It ^ an encroachment on undeveloped areas to make more 
money," he said. "Developing agricultural areas wont 
bring in tourists ~ it will kill agriculture and well hae our 
financial base. 

"Virghiia Beach needs a good image," he <»ntinued. ^Ve 
met a lot tf people on the road out who were taken m by our 
chum of being the world's hugest resort dty. We should 
emphasize that Vuginia Beach is the total dty ~ Navy, 
agricultural and tourist city all in one," he said, pointuig out 
that agriculture brings more money into the city than does 
tcwrism. 

'X>a present dty coundl is not well enough informed. It 
depeiub too much on department heads and the dty 
manager for opinians. 

"In the histance (^Oceana, the dty has a moral obligation 
to keep people out," he said. It's the dty's responsibiUty to 
protect the dtiznes. If it did, then the Navy woukkit have to 
defend hself." 



"In the Instance of Oceana, the city 
has a moral Obligation to keep people 
out' 



Lavra wonders what has happened to he IS year 
development i^an that was outUned for tlw dty (idler 
extensive and expensive study) only six years ago. They 
say it^ outdued, so k'ls been shelved," he said. "In some 
respects h may be, iHit it ootM be amended l^ due process. 
LocA how long tl% ConstitMkn has been around. 

"You tese time and money when you stelve i»(aects," l» 
conttaued. "Vat cverythuig doM before you u bad." 

"Instead of speiuii^ tfaiw overdeveh^i^ the (3ty nd the 
tourist tr*le, tlw chy shoidd oxjcentrtte on the inmie(&au 
problems of finding water and sewer facilities far 
everybody. They me dty money on an an% <«ntcr, but 
borrow mcney for water ai^ sewerage." 

Lavra notes tioA the current dty WMncU is made up of 
ruc^xssfhl peofrte wl» own businesses, or are doctors, 

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"Wizard" MiricM stop 

Sunday oq^t in VfrgifiM B««eh was time, oncx again, for 
Dorothy, ToCb,Kap»as, t!» Wicked Witch and the Wiard <rf 

Ok. , . 

The, daMtc film, ^e Wizard of Oz" has been shown on 
networJc tetevisioil every year since 1956, yet it was hardly 
previewed^ as a success when it opened tome 38 years ago. 
Most prcrfessioaal critics thought it was '^eadftil" and the 
New York Times reftrted to it as a "Stinkeroo." 

In spite^pfth< reviews, MOM put $2.8 million into the 
film, to iMve. it- return Sll million from the television 
networks alone. 

"And t]>ver the Rainbow ** was almost cut right out of the 
clusic. In the first preview the film was ordered out, but 
"wiser hearts prevailed," and the song stored in. 

The making idf the film ^as anything but a smooth "yellow 
brick" road. Judy Garland dten told the tale that the 100 
midgets who played the Mmcbkins "got smashed every 
mght."C^vf Gty, where the movie was flkned, was the 
site (rf a great number (tf bars, where undoubtably a lot of 
big peqrie bought a lot of little people drinks. 



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But getting a afmk was not siKh "small business" for 
other stars in the fUmI Jack Haley couldnt even sit down in 
his Tin Man" suit. And Bert Lahr was glued tato a 70 pound 
"Cowardly Lion" suit with his mouth so tight that he couldnt 
open his mouth. His lunches consisted of what he could eat 
through It straw. Ray Bdger's "Scarecrow" make-up left 
permanent. lines on the corners of his mouth and his dun. 

But the resilly unbelievable story behind the maldng of the 
"Wizard of 0^" was when Frank Morgan, who played 
Prtrfessor Marvel, tried on a shabby coat that the wardrobe 
department had fqiind In a second hand store. It was a 
Prince ' Albert and it fit Morgan beautifully. Morgan 
happened to turn the popket insfde out, and found the name 
L. Frank Bauni inside. Baum was the author (rf the Cte books. 
The authenticity of the coat was confirmed by Baum% widow 
and wa» presented to her later. 




Let's get hot on the pier 



Town drier: 

I sure wish soottbody would do somethii^ about the 
coadition of the Steel Pier. It lus been forever sbice they 
decided to tear it down and nothing seems to get done. 

The surfers of the area want their territory bade. 



Andy Sale 
Black Road 



Potholes are gone 



town Qier: 

I couldnt beiktwe it. I canM htme from work hut week 
and, loand 1]«ttid, tte pot holes were filled in. 

Thank yoi, ctt|r of Virginia Beach, for making my way 
home a ti^OttS fide'.- 



Joan Courtney 
24th Street 



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ri*. l4Mia: Teaacr near4 ia^i aai ead tf the Irat 
aeaHtw, 

F^a ttl( WtMtgtwrt lifrfMay. 

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April tricks backf fre 

I gave up trying to pull ^h-U Fools tridcs wbea tiwy 
started tedcfiring on me - like the tinw I swttdied the imnsi 
and sirit contaiiwrs and tlwn forgot and endni up with sak cli 
my cereal and sugar on my eggs. 

niere are numy stories telling of the origins of A|»U 
Fools' Day, but Ht. Helen Rountree and E. King Reid, 
assistant {wofessors at CH>U have done some recent research 
hito the most popidar myths. 





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They say many believe foob' day origanted in France in 
1564 after the adoptkn of the Gregorian c^ndtf . T*e 
Julian calendar used in Burq)e i^ior to 1M4 was not too 
aoeurate and dM not correspond exactor to the rotation of 
the eKth. New Yearli Day was d»erved Mardi 25, whidi 
was doae to Unt, sope^side waited unttt tha hofy days, were 
over beftjre oeletoattaig the new year - usuaOy somewhere 
ttrotmd April 1. 

Oooe New Yev ^ Day was moved to January 1 after the 
calfiMJar dianged, there were those who forgot the new date 
and oottinu^ to celeteate the new year around A|fffl 1. 
Hius they were calkd AprO fods for forgetting. 

i^il ftiob also played a part in the dd Jewish traditiop of 
"^marteniiv iq> the dummies" who didat know that Noah 
seitt the dcve out of the ark too soon to find land. Those not 
aware (rf this bet were called ^0 ibob. 

The dove was sent out ear^ because Noah was anxioualy 
waiting fax flood to sulnide. Since April is known as the 
rainy numth it was natural for that month to be used as part 
(rfthenidmanie. 

And dont forget the April Fools' Day rhymes that have 
come down through the years. Before April Fools' Day you 
say, "AprU Fods" is coming and youte the biggest fod a 
running." Once ifft over the saying dumges, "^rfl Fods' is 
past and you're the biggest fbd at last." 









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The Va. General A^embly adfourns 




n session of the Virginia General Assembly has 
adjouAj^d. 

luestion, the best news of all is that the line was 
held and no general tax increase was approved. Unfortu- 
nately, as usual, our dty manager did not receive from the 
stateallthemoney that Me wanted.::; ■: : ' 

%-9^ bilHtguwUl be ipent on pub|k services in Virgtma' 
from July 1. 1978 through June 30, 1980, up moire tfiin 20 
per cent over the present tnennium. $ 3^.6 bfllioD wiO be 
spent on education, ahnost $ 1 billion will be spent on public 
safety, and over $ 1.5 billion on transportation. 

Of particular local interest is the $ 300,000 to fight erosioi 
in >%ginia Beach, the S 50,000 as seed money for a Virginia 
Oceanographic Museum to be located in Virginia Beach and S 
10.9 million for training medical students at Eastern 
Virgfaiia Medical Schod. 



Of certain interest to me durtaig the 1979 Legislative 

$essian next year is going to be finding a meaia^if providing 

|iur dtizens relief from ever increasing Vfrginfli'Beadi real 

(estate taxes. This can only be done by provi^ng an alternate 

source aS income for the dty sudi as a local option om per 

'bntsales tax, so that all dtizens, not just the owners of real 

^ ^|k>o|ierty. wBl shK»mere e«ittab^^he inaeasing oatt n< 

'' (kMuastion, pd^ siJety, welfere. etc. Sudi epS0'W^ 

mut be combteed wHb a moratorium agalnlf Vafiiii^ relff 

estate taxes, also, at the sune tfaiM. 

Now that I am bade in Virginia Beadi, you are invited to 
write me: Delegate Glenn B. McOarnm, 425 South 
Witchduck Road, Virginia Beach, 23462. or phone 497-9451. 
I will be ideated to speak to your fritternal, dvic or schod 
group concerntag the actiom of the 1978 General Assembly. 
Arrragements nuiy be made by calling 497-9451. 



Typewriter cHcks away 
with SUN classified ad 



"We sdd our portable typewriter for the price we asked," 
said Ales W. Enesey of Lee ifighUm^ Blvd, ^iHi^ Beadi. 
Enesey is another -successful user of Virginia Beadi 
SUN/Chesapeake POST dassified ads. 

"We've abo received calls about the bedroom set we have 

for sale." 

Akx Enesey knows that the best way to make a good tale 
is to ten about it in the POST/SUN dassified. 

He also likes the idea that the ad » iriaoed both in the 
Chestqxake POST and the Virginia Beadi SUN. 

*Vetter coverage," he says. 

For suGcessfkil advertising, call 486-3430. 



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Letters 



Never to be? 



Editor, Virginia Beadi SUN: 



False 



How about doing somethuig on the (never to be) 
Cape State Park? 

SiKh as how mi^ has the state of Virginia invested to 
date for such items as land studies and lawyers consultants. 
You will find dote to eight million dollars has been spent on 
something the peo|rie of Virginia cant even look forward to 
using in the near Aiture. 



JohnBaktki 
3320 Virginia Beadi ffivd. 



An opinion from a wife 



EcUtor. Virginia Beach SUN: 

I r^ad with interest Elizabeth Taylorls remark tlw other 
night that coaqiared to the la-oteded life of a profeisional 
actress c«iH[Migiiing with her husband in ^ginia and 
putting up with those t-ude" people wasnt to Iwr V3dot. 

My husband, Fred Babson, is a Democratic candidate for 
the same ^nate seat Kfiss Taylor^ husband is seeking. I 
have travelled across Virginia with hun and am very proud 
of the lunest, hardworking Virginkms we have met wlw 
are tttdy concerned about good govermnent and who havei 
taken the time out of their personal sdwduks to oobm outi 
and laeet us. 

Penduqw l^t. Wanwr would be han^r acting. 



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PAMVANDEVEER 
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PuUished every Wednesday by ^erly PubUcations 
with main office located at 1S8 Rosemom Rd., Virginia 
Beadi, Va. 23452. Second dass Ppstue paid |A 
Lynnhaven Station in Virginia Beach. 52-week 
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TeacHi^ must work 
two extra days 



The Vtoiuya Beach Sdwd Board last week apiffoved a 
cal^p^%p tte twxt feai. which reqidres teadiers to work 
aa adiiiqjtrt two diyi over this year. 

StudeAiviBfef>(^to^ts on Sept. 5. The test teadung 
daytt^JyU., ' 

Ifew tea^rs Will report Aug. 28. 

Here is a Ust trfsdMid holidays for the iKSt academic year 
at i^voved l^ the Sdiod Board: 



Pound pole net opposed by Beach 



ByLEECAULL 

SUN PabieAflMn Writer 

Vlrghiia hawA a oiqioting the erection of pound pde 
fiihmg nets on the bay requested by Eastern Shore 
&tennen. 

Ocean Park residents said tbe nets up and down the 
CSiesi^jeake Bay on the west skk (tf Lynnhaven Inkt are an 
intrwion on recreational activities. 

h^or Clarence A. Hdlaad sdd thitt ahhongh the petes 
aiKl nets would be tal»n down between May and SeptenAer , 



the wter is still uted for reaetttion durhig tbe other 
montto. He said that while the qqriicttkn does not have to 
go through the VirgUahbrine Retourees Commissian, bat 
is groMed tby the Unhed States Oorpt of Engineers, a 
comndssion objection wiU oury more we^. 

Coundl Mondiv patted a resohition onxxing the pde nets 
which wlB be presented to the comaAtkai at k» Mvdi 28 
meetii^. 

CoimcAman Robert R. QomweD aited what iroidd be 
done dMrt the neu which aie,up withoirt Uoeatet. 

Qty manager George L. Hanbury si^ they will have to be 
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Council debates "best" date for taxes 



ByLEECABnX 
SUN ^aUkAIMrt Writer 

^K^tber there is a 'tetf dtte to iwy tues is debatable, 
twt ^gUa Bea^ Ay oowia^iWlittMntstrttiQn are tryk« 
to dMi<k what tiM (tee b -or <tees are. 

dty msmver George L. Vmbuy recom^ad^ changii^ 
tte (tae (te^ of personal property taxes from Jme 10 ud 
On:. 5 to June 1 ud December 1 to cobt^e wtth tlM! due 



dates of rMl estate taxes. 

Each r«v tte t« boofa l»re to be <ta^ on Jane 30 od 
the etftra tfaiK altowed with the fyopoted dates wiO ^d» h 
easier fer tte dty to get its f^mu together, Hatfnvy saM. 

Pfiainiiiaii liriui ft ftmhi tliflmrtrt tlwt thm wwMH til 

\^iQm|PS3p^BnB J mill m%* %MtMmMMm TTlWlipi,! ^mn^ v^^p^ JW ^^w^^g 

dues m^M i»'0ve a hardship for a large peroetti^ of the 
Beach'tnfMyers who ue ^d on the 15th and Mth of th^ 
month. 
The mrtter wu deferred fw two weeks. 



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VIRQNIA BEAOISUN L! WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. iff 3 A 



Lawrence 



{CaatifuM tttm paga A-1) 

If elected Dr. Uwrence plans to work far equitaMe base 
pay for teachers, poUce and otlier muoictpal employees, 
planned uditstry that will be ecooomically beneflcal. no 
increase in real estate taxes and tax relief for the aged and 
the disabled veteram. 



*''""'**K)ollege Park overpass planned 



r//ie firstthlngis to establish trust 
and tifen buUd on that trust." 



She also wouh^odl for night cotuicU meetings so that 
people who work need not rsac^ifice thefr jAs" to attend 
meetings. ' 

But she adds that Itn not here to conctemn or midce a lot 
(rfprombes." 

"Tht first thing is toestablish trust and then buOd on that 
trust. I doQt want to make a lot of promises. Once you get 
there, you cant always carry them out. Once there, and you 
can know the Issues £rst hand, then you can make promises 
and not be^e." 

Eh^. Lawrence and her husband live on Back Bay Landing 
Road. She has eight children and nine grandchildren. 



BylfECAHILL 

SUN PuMkAfMrs Writer 

The (kveloper of College Park is planning to build tm * 
overpass over Interstate 64 to provide access to KppraK- 
imately 400 acres ofUnad on the south side (^the interstate. 

Although developers are required to build the roads 
within their property and are responsible for access, the 
oanstru0ioii of an overpass is unusual. ^ 

Tlie developer, Qwsapeake Investment Company, whose 
primary proKipal is Lawrence Ooidrich, has abeady 
received state approval for the overpass. 

Douglas Talbot oi laJbot and Associates, engineers and 
planners, said that if the developer did luit build the 



overpass, he could not develop the property (^ which 173 
acres is in Virginia fieach and the remaining 223 acres are in 
Chesapeake bordering Ck-eeiU>rier. 

No time frame for the project b available, but Talbot 
pointed out that the first part of the College Park 
development wl^h invdves less acreage has been under 
construction for ten years and stiU u not complete. 

The southside acreage, he said, represelits the bahmce of 
the Cotlege Park devekq>nwnt. 

The overpass became mcessary when Virginia Beach 
diverted the proposed Lynnhaven Parkway from a path, 
which would have provided access for the development, to 
connect eventually with Volvo Parkway in Chesapeake. 

Talbot represented Chesapeake Investment Company 
before Virginia Beach city coundl Monday afternoon on a 



petition for changes in zoning for 124.67 acres <rf the 
property on the Virginia Beach side.i The changes, which 
amounted to a shuffling around of uses because of the 
changing uses of adjacent property, were approved by 

ClNIIK'il. 

Changed from B-l Business-Residential District and A-l 
Apartment District toR-6 Residential DiStri<n and from A-l 
Apartment District and R-6 Residential CMslrict to B-2 
Community-Business District. 

The existing and proposed zoning allows 188 homes. 377 
apartment units and a variety of commerdid establishments. 

Walter Monihan. also of the Talbot company, said that the 
majority (rf construction on the Chesapeake side will be 
single-family homes and some muUi-fsmily housing. 



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Lavra 



(Continue^ from i^ige A-l) 

lawyers or brokers. 1 dont see how they have time to do 
both weU." 



"You lOsB time and money when you 
shelve protects.. Not everything done 
before you Is badi" 



ByLEECAHHX 
SUN PaMk AArin Writer 

Norfolk is losing its leadership in the area with '^rovbidal 
and badcwater tactics," according to Virghiia Beach 
coundhnen John A. Baum. 

>%ginia Beadi dty coundl has been concerned with a 
^Nttfoik policy whkh restricts the choice of architects and 
engineers on munidpal i^Qjects to those with offices in 
Norfolk. 

Councilman John R. QomweU Jr. said Monday afternooa 
that '^e should do exactly what theyVe done." He 



nutructeddty manager George L. Hanbury to get a copy of 
the NorfoUt poli^ and present a similar one for adoption by 
Virginia Beadi council. 

Councihnu I^^ J. Henry McCoy had drafted a letter to 
the TidewMer chapter of the Virginia Society of Prc^ssional 
Engineers Mking it to prevail upon Norfolk to vdd that 
policy. McCoy said he would rather see Norfolk change its 
pdicy than to have the Beadi^s one like it. 

Baum said that Norfolk was 'Showing it ii losing 
leadership" and termed the policy '^ovindal and back- 
ward." i 

Vice mayor Patridc L. Standing suggested thai the Beach 
put together a list (rf, firms that have major offices in the 



dty~"not just a secretary and a telephone." 

Rather than let McOcy^ low key letter staml. aomweU 
wanted the pdicy duplicated which seemed to be the 
consensus of council. 



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Scholarships offered 



Come to the PTSA Open 
House at Plaza Junior Hgh 
on April 23 at 7 p.m. and see 
visual displays of dassroom 
work and booths by the 



different dub orgtfiizations. 

Sixth grade students and 
their parents are invited to 
attend. 

Refreshments will be ser- 
ved. 



Havhig iy>peared before the coundl many times, he points 
out that he would be able to devote himself ftdl time as a 
councihnan: 'Without any outside ivessures or flnandal 
interests I can get into the nitty^ritty of council matters." 
I& 27 years m|litery experience with administration and the 
handling of iniblic money is another asset. 

"My aim is i& work for the people of Virginia Beadi 
through dty hall aitd not vice versa," he conduded. I'd like 
to see the council have some night meetfaigs so more dtizens 
could attend. Being publk servants, the dty coundl 
members shouldn't have any objectioos to that." 



Beach horse breeder 
granted use permit 

ByLEECAHILL 
SUN PabHc AOairi Writer 



Roger Nonni, Virginia Beach builder and developer, plans 
to breed horses on a 13.64cre parcel east of Holland Road 
and south of Shipps Corner Road in Princess Amw BattmA. 

Gty G0i|# MomlBy afternoon granted him a conditiaud 
us^^rtui^o blifrd Jwrses on the property where his 
residence #01 be llcated. 

Walter Mooihan, of Talbot and Associates, engmeers 
planners representing Nonni, said that the maxunum 
number (rf^orses whidi will be kept thtre will be 20 and the 
usud-number will be she or seven. 

Coandl also deferred for two weeks another petition, flted 
by ^. Nick Wright, for a change qf zomng from R-4 
Resiiiential District to AO-1 Agricultural Distrkt on a 
26-aGire parcel at the eastern extremity <rf Palmers Lane, 
Princess Anne Borough. \Yright is also seeking a conditional 
use ijermit for a riding staUe. 

Th| matter was deferred to permit the q)idicant to bring 
back&o council more specific proposals for developing' the 
proplrty. Also, council was concerned about access when 
Falsd Capt Parkway is cut through the piopctty. 



Last chance to register 



The office of the General Registrar will be open additional 
hours for voter regbtrttions for two weeks prior to the day 
the books dose for May 2 councihnanic eledion. 

The additional hours will be from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on 
Thursday, March 30. 

The dfice will be open oo Saturday, April 1; from 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m., the last day far registering vote in the 
coundhnanic election. 

The office of the General Registrar is located in the Qty 
Hall complex at Princess Anne Station. Assistant registrars 
are located throughout the dty at the following locations: 

Oceana Feed and Hardware Store on Ffrst Cdonial Road, 
Ansell'k Q-ocery in Back Bay. Kempeville Pharmacy in the 
KenqMvilte Shonrfng Center. Pembroke-Aragona Pharmacy 
in the Aragona ShonHng Center, Bayside Hardware on 
Shore Drive. Western Auto on Virginia Beadi Boulevard at 
Meditteranean, Thomas House Ltd. in Princess Anne Phua 
Shopiring Ctemer. 



Council's actions 

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IMemorial 
held Sat. 

The Ladies Auxiliary to 
the Virginia Beach Borough 
Vdunteer Fire Department 
will hdd its 16th annual 
memorial service Saturday 
at 2 p.m. at the Norwegian 
Lady statue at 23th Street 
and boardwalk. 

Bible class 
holds dinner 

The annual oyster and 
ham dinner sponsored by 
the Men's Bible Class of the 
Knotts Island United Me^ 
thodist Church will be held 
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Approved tax refunds of 
$862.60. 

Aiqnwed a bhigo/raffle 
permit for the Chlldr«i's 
HtMpital of the King's 
Dani^itera, and raffle per- 
mits tar Cox High Sehod 
Band Parents Association. 
First Cdmuia Bank Parents, ' 
and Paneho ViUa SoftbaU 
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dltties of an Mitdoor future 
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Jospeh N. McKay of Vfr- 
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Mondi^ as commamler of 
Qrioe Conunamlery No. 16. 
Knigltts Templar, at the 
Nfasonic Tenq^ on Qranby 
Street in Norfolk. 

Other officers to be instal- 
led fior the ensueing year are 
WillittBi B. Oahman. genera- 
Ussimo; James N. Stanley, 
senior warden; Leonard M. 
Kilian, junior warden; Char- 
les L. Harrison, {delate; 
Oecrge P. Hamblen, trea- 
surer; and Frederkk M. 
Sohn,:recarder. 

Md|i9 is also district 
deputy grand ouater IXs- 
trid Ik). 35, <rf the Grand 
Lodgii<rf^tfgtaihu IVn, and 
is se^etary of Eiiabeth 
Maso#: Lodge Na^ A.F. 
k A.1^ in Norfolk. 



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Point-0-View celebrates art month.. 




About 450 Point -o-View Elementary Schod students took 
wiparading last Wednesday. 

It was 'X>eative Costume Day" at the schod. located on 
Parliament Wve, in celebration of Art Month in the city 

schods. L .- « 

No one reiJly expected the participation, but about 63 per 

cent of the students dressed up in whatever costume they 

duKe. There were more students in the parade than there 

iMre students watching t^ parade. 
Teachers had originally planned to have the students 

march arouiwi the sdiod yard twice, but there were so 

many, "once was enough." 
Mrs. Burn^ fourth grade class woo with the most 

l^ticipatioD and the best costumes. The class received free 

Ime cream as a prize the next day at luiKh. 



Students and parents lined the schod walk to see classmates 
and creativity pass by. 



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Christopher Nash, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nash, took 
uime out of his busy schedule to come see the parade at 
Point-o-View Schod. 



Photos by 
Joan Coates 



Nancy Menard half-smiled ax she marched. 



NBcheUe Shear leadb tte band at the parade. 




Area women selected for survey 



Athlete Is gullding light Women present $2,500 



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Some 1,000 women who were young aduks in the 19M's 
■Mi 1930^ are beln* uttervlewed by the Institute for Survey 
Research of Temple Univershy in a national study of women 
who were n^-ryrag and having children in a unique and 
significant p^tod of V^erican history-during the Depres- 

sioB* 
W^B in Virginia Beach will be unoi^ those in Virginia 

who will be incited in the survey. 

'Wonen wl» were born between 1900 and 1910 are 
dbttactbre m thiA they Khkved the lowest fertility rate to 
^e in the Unked States," said ft^. Koray Tanfer, director 

aftheTeai|^l»«^. 

It rivab whirt is ikw being experknced under a reguiM « 
advawed wrtrKeptive techndogy-tlw pill, the lUD, 
sterUiattkn and elective abdrtkn," he added. 

EKespite extensive and comprelMBsive stwUes of fertility 
betawior irf varww popuiMMn grdut^ w tte U.b., tham 
woam hi^ been exdwkd in previous national fertility 
surveyt. Thiu , an unlerstanA^ of how and why sudi a low 
tov^ itf faltty wH mAieved Is soi^ht." 

Tte w wN»«^ stirfr b beii^ conAicted by the Tenq^te 
IM^^^ tor J«M* C^e Kitttey, of the Center far 
Wt^ukmMi^^gdi^ Oeor^town University. It » ftmded 
^ tJw MKta^ Mttute of QM Heahb and Hmnn 



Development. . , ■ .u 

The stirfy is designed to dJtam mformation on tne 
inarrii«e and family experiences of these women, whose 
ages now rMge from 67 to 77 years, and to j»ovlde daU on 
their reiwoductive behavior. ^ . u 

In atWition to persoMl intervtews bemg ccniucted with 
cUgihte women, sun)lementary informatwn b being 
cdkcted from respoiKlents' bustei^ . 

"In order to plan for the ftiture, tlwre is an urgent need for 
better understanding of how sodal and economic condiUons 
have affected fiunilies in the past," Dr. Tanfcr said. 

'^iacc so Uttle U known about ftmUy U«e durmg this 
earlier period, the information wiU fill a large gap m our 
knowkdge, ai»l serve as ftirther injmt for jSiWic poHcy. 



Flea market held at Plaza 

Tl» P.T.S.A. rf Plaza $5. Any area orgamatioos 

Junior High Schod will are invited to jwtidpite. 
spoisor a &a market in tte 

schod parking lot on AprU For more infwmation mU 

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Booths are avtfabte for 4722. 



Piaiw accompanist Ronald Foreman, who came to Ndrth 
QffoUna Strte University on a trade scholarship, is the 
-kHng Itaht behind the sdiod-S 63 member "New 
Kkon'i" choir, according to Mrs. Eleana Ward, assistant 
(frn^or of muiic A NCSU. 

Fweman, a freshman in accounting from Virginia Beach, 
nteys piano by ear and learns gospel music by listening to 
ri^tb. He then teaches the music to chd. embers, who 
aiM their own improvisations. 

Made tlwet »e« coded messages - by son« - waross tte 
cotton fieWs of tte pre-QvA War South and thus was born 
Negro sfwituals. 

•OToaoel music is an outgrowth of the spiritual," says Mrs. 
Ward Xfrs Ward came to NCSU in 1976 from tte Technical 
Initftute k Alanamce at rtiw Wvcr wtere ste was 
a^-hwesidence. Shortly after ter arrwal at the 
Deswtmeia of Masic, a group of stwknts asked her to forin 
a «BpdctaifeAIWi«li4rained4n classiaa music, Nfrs. Ward 
iiKtte idea of tte dwir. But ste neeikd someone who was 
luffwI^eaM about gospel music. Forenum su^wed tte 
i^A 'mm te«;tes by note and jAiys by ear," ste reports, 
a^ does n excellent idb oi both. 



Nine years awi more than 
$30,000 ago, tte Women of 
Wetleyan dedcted to hoM a 
little flea market to raise 
some money far spedal pro- 
jects at Virginia Wesleyan 
Cdtege. 

Rece^ty, tte groi^ pre- 
setted a cteck of $2,500 to 
tte coltege to be used for 
fttf nishiitts In Birdsong Res- 



Ittenoe lUl founge. Tte 
money was raised from this 
past autumn's WOW Flea 
Market. 

In past years, tte ftuMs , 
teve teen wed to provkle 
new books far HoBieiBier 
Library, to build tte cdtoge 
greeidKWse. aiMl flMSt re- 
cently to reftirttbh Prwten 
Residence HiA lounge. 



Sohulwolf Is manager 



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Snow White had her y/haie brood of dwarfs in the parade. 
Pictured are: Joy McDuffy, Card Pahl, Veronica Meroney, 
Amy Wishart.Vicky Oiamberlain, Ann Noel, Megan McKee 
as Snow White, and Jeanna Rose. 




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Hie cowlxv and princess were none other than Sandy Siine 
and David Barber. 



Teachers Lucile Anderson and Barbara Goodrich joined in 
the fun with their own creative costume. 





Lynn Weaver came iq> with the unusual for her costume on 
•^eative Qxtume IHiy" at Point-o-View Elementary. 



Jody Willett was busy mardiing, marching, marching. 









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TCC encourages health Barker ranks at Purdue PTA board needs members 



Cox Installed 



Exercise fior good health 
and a trim figure at Tide- 
water Community Cdlege. 

A new credit-free course 
in slimnastics will begin on 
April 4, at the Virginia 
Beach Qunpus <rf Tidewater 
Ojmmunity College. This 
course is part of the Com- 



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and emphasis is placed on 
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For Aither information 
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Stanley among VCU team 

Ktthleen Stanley, a VCU accounting nuyor from Virginia 
- Beach, is a member of a team of five students fltm the 
Kdiool who reantly won first pUux in the natioud 
Intercdlegiate Business Game and Conference in Atlanta, 

Oa. 

Student teams from 25 cdleges uid universities through- 
out the nation participated in the annwd ompetition 
sponsored by the Oaduate Business Assodatian at Emory 
University In Atlanta. 

Nfiss Stanley serves as presitknt and controlfer for the, 
VCU team. 



Deborah Lynne Barker of 4621 Player Lane, Virginia 
Beach, is oae <rf 3,638 Purdue University students receiving 
distinguished-student rank for the foil semester of the 
1977-78 school year. 

The students represented, schdastically, the top 14.7 
percent (rfthe 24,761 undergraduates on the W«st Lafayette 
campus during the first semester. 

In o'der to qualify fo' distinguished rating, a stutknt 
must have a grade index of at least S.S (B ) out <rfa pcKsible 
6 (A) in no less than 14 academic credit hours. The student 
may have no grade below 4 (Q. 



The Lynnhaven Elementary Schod PTA b lotddng for 
qualified and interested parents to consider nomintitn to 
the PTA Board. 

ElectiMis will be held AprU 18 lU 7:30 p.m. For more 
information call Mrs. McGovern « 4«-2759. 



Couple celebrates 40th 



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Mure than 100 fiunily members and friends gathered 
recently at the Summerhaven Road home of Vernoo E.* 
Bryan and Emma Butt Bryan as the couple celebrUed 

mm L. W mmm^^*Smm^^ ««fAf^#4 their ^h wedding Muuversary. 

MemberSniP mee ling si a l eO Hosts for the party were SOB and daughter-in-law. Wayne 

and Sue Bryan. 



The IntemationaJ Associ- 
ation of Rnancial Planners 
wiii how Its monttUy mem- 
bership meeting on Wed- 
nesday, March 8, at AM 
p.m., at the Ramsda Inn on 
Newtown Raod. 

The meeting wiU feature a 



WCHltshop «» four import^t 
areas of financial planninf: 
IRA RoUovera, Deferred 
C<Mnpen8«ti<m, InternarBe- 
venue Cmie SectitMi 79. tmi 
Bmi Estrte Limited Ptat- 
nerahqjs. 

The public is invited uA 
the t^arge is ^ per p&emm. 



Reed Joins staff 



Stfe Elten Reed has re- 
cently jdned the staff of 
ProfessioniJ Realty Corp- 
oratkn as a saks assodate. 



Kfrs. Reed resides m 
Thalia Shores with Iwr naval 
offlkser husbuid and their 
two children. 



^frs. Elbert B. Cok was installed as president (^Ouholic 
Funily and Children's Services Sunday, March 12 at the 
New Caveliar during the Agency's 4Sth annual meeting uid 
brunch. 

Iiatalled with Mrs Cox was Kenneth Crkfa, first 
vice-president; Thomas Atkinson, second vice-presittent; 
Alfred E. Abiouness. seoetary ud De^ a WUsoo, 
Treasurer. 

Board of directors for the 1978-1981 term installed were 
Mrs. Joseph FitTpatrick; Dr GregorioUy; J Gerard Zdby; 
C»pt. Edward L. Richardson, chaplain, US Mvines Mrs. 
iraiHXS Oiutw and hatner Jame^ rurwaiK. 

There are 36 board members invdved with the agetuy 
and eight ex*d!icio numbers. 

Quest speaker for the meeting was Moesignor Charles J. 
Fahey, Roman Catholic priest wad director oi C^hoUc 
Charitws.nocese of Syracuse. New York. MamigMr Pal«y 
spoke oo the aging process in the elderly today. 



Scientology offers test 



The Sdentdogy Mssion 
(^Virginia Beach oikn free 
persooattty screening every 



Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 
p.m. The rusion is located 
at 2103 Me(AterMan Ave. 



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Jam sessions back in force with HMS combo 



The finest jazr trumpet player in the WORLD is selling 
shoes in Norfolk, Virginia." Tommy Newsome, a Ports- 
mouth swman made this statement about Ludin Montagna. 
Tommy it tesistant bandleader of the Tonight Show under 
Doc Severinsen, but since Doc is absent as much as Johiuue 
Qtfsoo, ToBuny has become a national cel«b"ty. "f » 
favorite target of Orson's jokes, facetiously caUed "Mr. 
Exdti^nt." 

Lttdan. recently on the cover of Metro Magazine, appears 
Sundays f^om 5-10 p.m. at the WU<*duck Inn on 
Independence Boulevard. He is a new addition to the HM& 
6amb«. Al Runaldue has replaced Dean Keenhold, whowM 
tr«n»fcrred to Washington. Al plays mainly tenor sax, plus 
someJwss. Kenny Harmon plays mainly pian^ P'^ii^flJ 
bass, koy Smith plays mainly drums, plus sax. Roy COULD 
play bass, and Al OXJLD pUy piano, but there » no need, 
ta &«, seven guests "sat in." Last summer thU col«mn 
Uuneilted that jam sessions had died, but they are back to 

Montagna may tadeed be a Babe Ruth on trumpet. But if 
to. hi U joined on the bandstand by Joe Dimaggio, Nfickey 
Mantle, and Lou Gehrig. 



Another recent complaim in this column was the fact that 
so few bands let you know who is playing, and what songs 
they are doing. Al U exceptional on the mike, mixing humor 
with information. He made the statement that Kenny ^. 
Harmon is an unsung HERO for making his left hand (on tne 
piano) sound so much like a real bass early in the scssioo ^ 
befbre a parade of bassists showed up. A hero ^*t nrthmg * 
but an American jazz musician suffering through lut ^ 
onretaited day job in hope that the weekend might give him a i 
chance to ve HIMSELF, even if the pay « ^aj a^, 
nonexistent, maybe some them LIKE their day jobs, butif 
America had its cars on straight every one of the HMS 
combo would be wealthy celebrities; if they were m Europe ^ 

they'd be lionized. „ . u, . .. 

Being a ballad-freak, I was awed by Roy Smith s tenor sax 
solo 00 -It Could Happen To You." After the first ?«*««<«• 
lOTCM flocked to the floor; jaz? connisseur Jim Mackey 
turned to me with eyes bulging, as if to say, "Do you 
BELIEVE this?" But he wouldn't break my attentivcness 
wttii words. Royt erotic-romantic excursion was rcminu- 
cent of Ben Webster, but if you cant "hear" Ben, imagine 
how J^es Davis might play sax; breathy, with marvelaii 
use of space. If I had a recwd company I'd cut an album with 



Bdlet ttadcBta plctwcd toll lo right are: Dawn Dodsoo, 
EHxabeth Hard aad Janwi WabU. 



Saltof awards presented 
toy a. BeBcH residents 

The Udewittet Ballet Assodatioo annoooMd the following 
beach resi<tents who have been awarded sdiolarships and 
invitations to study at the summer course, sponsored by the 
schod<rf American Ballet. ,. ,^ 

Audttkns fcr the scholmhips and tavitatkms were held 
March *rti, at Kennedy Cbnter in WasMngton, D.C. 

Sc&darship redpient is hficael Barriskill, age 10. NBdiael 
is one <rf the yoia^est dancers to receive this prestigious 

award. », ., 

Invitations were given to Anna Ktaria Martenez, age 13 

years; Dawn Dodsoo, age 14 years; and Elizabeth Hurd, age 

14 years. 

AU <rf the dancers are members <rf the Tidewater Ballet 
Assodation. formerly the Norfcik BaBet, and Ms. Dodsoo 
and Miss Hurd are also members of the Virginia Beach Mlet 
Academy, and tlK Virginia Beach Cootervatory. 



strings caUed The Ballad Wizardry <rf Roy Smith." 
The parade of battUtt began with the Norfdk Sym- 
phony's Dave Hufttedtler, who soloes well, nuking lull uie 
of a device that was Imade" for bassr the gUssando. or sUde. 
Next came Jim Raynor. just down from Long Island, with a 
host of recording credit! to detailed at a Utter date. Esdras 
Lubin twitcJied to fender bass, givtog his usual outstanding 
performance, with a different facial expression for each 

note. . r, t. 

Splendid performances were turned m by Frank 
Johnston, piano. Russell Scarborough, drunu Wally Barnes. 
alto sax, and Jonathan Oreenberg, trumpet. Jonathan is a 
senior at Cm Hgh School, just down from Staten Island. He 
played well on both ballads and "up timet," and makes a 
memorable appearance with his unusual cap. 

The Wltchduck Inn has tiered seating; the booths have 
wooden kegs above them; and there is even a bar. 

Ccogratulations to the management, the HMS combo, the 
guest artists, and to the audience, who a applauded wildly 
throughout the evening. 

Bring your horn, or just your ears. Either way, you-n be 
glad you did. 




Lucian Montagna 



Eric Stevens will be teaching Jazz apprcdatloa conrsei to 
people of aU ages on Mood^r and Tuesday evenfaif t in AprU 
aad May. For details caO 481-3926. 




fieac/i libraries schedule films 



The Virginia Beach PubUc Library System wUl present 
their weekly fihn series at the Windsor Woods and Virginia 
Beach branches on Saturdays at 11 a.m. throughout April. 
The programs are for children ages four and up and do not 
require registration or a change. 

Fihns to be shown in April are: 

Windsor Woods: ^ _ , 

April 1 : "Country Mouse and the Qty Mouse"; "Prowlers 

at the Everglades^ ..,.»«* c •■ 

AprU 8: "How the Elephant got his Trunk"; A Family 

Adventure" 



Horse show set 

The first annual Virginia Beach Neptune Festival Horse 
Show at Princess Anne Park wUl be sponsored by the 
Chamber of Commerce and dty of Virginia Beach on AprU 6 - 

9. 

This is a class A, three ring show, sanctioned by rane 
horse show assodatioos, including the American Horse 
Show Assodation. ... 

Friday, AprU 7 is a schod hohday and special activities are 
planned m addition to the horse show. 

For tickets and information please caU 490-3129. 



Midgette and Brown wed 

K&s Donna Less Brown and Richard LeRay Ntidgette 
were married Friday at 8 p.m. in the home of the 
bridgegroom. , . 

Rev. Hughes from the Princess Anne Plaza Baptist 
Church performed the wedding. 

The bride is the daughter rfMr. and Mrs. Donald DeL<ng 
of Griffith, Indiana. 

Hie bri^groom is the son of Ehiora VaRue Kudgette and 
the late Robert Lee hfidgette of Virginia Beach, Virguiia. 

The couple wiU reside m Virginia Beach. 



Wells to appear at chapel 



AprU 15: "River of Grass"; 'Ouiais George rides a Bike" 
AprU 22: "Run, Appaloosa, Run" ^ ^ 

AprU 29: "Large animals that once roamed the plams ; 
"Stone Soup; I remember" 

Vtrghiia Beach: ,. . . „ 

AprU 1: "Anatde and the Piano": Town ^toam 
AprU 8: 'XSeorgie"; "Shoemaker and the Elves"; 'Made- 
line's Resucc"; "Scruffy" 
AprU 15: "Rabbit WU" 
AprU 22: ThumbeUna"; "Noah's Animals" 
AprU 29: The Alphabet"; The Morning Zoo" 



Tbc Virginia Beach Com- 
munity Chapel. 1261 Laskin 
Road, is holding a mission- 
ary conference AprU 2 
through 9. 

The keynote speaker wUl 
be Paris Reidbead, a consul- 
tant on Afrtom and Nfiddk 



East Development. Reid- 
head's talk wUl be on the 
theme. The World is on 
God's Heart." 

For information on con- 
ference times each day, call 
the church dfice at 4281884. 



Tournament dates set 



The dty bowling tauriM- 
ment far the Tidewater 
Woa;en^ Assodatioo wUl 
begtai AprU 1. 

The team event wUl be 
iMld tt Fair Lanes on hfili- 



Art classes begin 

Registration is now underway for elawcs in wt and art 
related subjects beginning at the Virginia Beach Arts 

Center on AprU 3. . u -£ 

Qasses in painting, drawing,, watercdor, photograpny. 
porcelin, printmakmg, and leaded glass work are among 
those offered, along with a range of coursei fcr youi^ 

people. . , ,. A 

Among the spedalities are a popular course m Itahan and 

another in mattmg and framing pidures. a workshop m bird 

carving is planned as weU. 
AU of these lessons wiU be taught by prizewinnmg artists 

who are leaders in their fields. For further information 

regarding dates and tuition, please phone the Art Center at 

428-9294. 



tary Wghway in Norfolk. 
Susies and doubles wUl take 
place at Suburban Lanes on 
Little Qeek Road in Nor- 
folk. 
Spedators are welcome. 



Entrekin wins "big check' 



Tlie big cash prize was the 
incentive that Carson En- 
trekin of Virginia Beach 
said guided him to the first 
place win and the honor of 
being muned the "Fieldman 
of-the-month" in the Seled 
Magazine Bode Divbiont 
new Group Incentive Pro- 

^"^ Oirson, who reached 2492 
over his February monthly 
quota figure to achieve the 



win, was awarded his prize 
by Ruth Bower, vice-presi- 
dent, bode division, and 
George Harris, eastern divi- 
sion manager, at a spedal 
ceremony in his own win- 
ning territory ta Norfolk, 
Virginia. 

Carson Entrekin, who has 
been a fieldman for Seled 
Magazines for seven years, 
Uves in Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 



Miss Girls Club held 



The Girls Qub ai Virginia 
Beach recemly held its se- 
c<md Nfiss Girls Qub Pag- 
eant. 

the winners were: 

Jeanne Swanick, hfiss Girls 



Qub 1978; and Amy Musao- 
chio, Nfiss Girls Qub Jtinior 
1978. Runners up were: 
Debbie Zawadzki, Andrea 
Costen, Kelie Leary and 
Cheryl Strange. 



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icensed to Wed 




truve W. Harrbon, X9 Rosemarie Avenue, and Deborah 
B. Poore, MS Jaopieline Avenue. , ^ .^ „ « . 

LfaVd E. Ho^es. 465S HoDand Road, and Ondy R. Mcks. 
% 46$5HaDaiKl Avenue. 

Mfchitel J- Pouker, 2316 Court Cade, and fturbara J. 
D(^, 2316 Qnrt Offde. ^ , 

Mttdi P. Steele, Dtods, and Paula R. Nehon. IfflmM. 

I^lm (^ttott Wffiams, South CaroUra, airf Cardyn J. 

ill^wl J. Qtfen. 401 Ntaryland Avenue, and Odteen A. 
<^, 4W Mwytad Avenue. 

M. Wodard Jr., Ctesapeidce, aj^ Ja« A. MU, 

liBBiMrta Avone. 

t Jr., 573 Od Ootony Lane, and Sheto 

a. NarMk. 

PWt, 3IW>lt»on Lane, md CyntWa a Perry, 

ton Drive. 

Kutnak, Nortoi;, and K^toea P. MObgh, 

M$ Gnrad Q. 



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Ronaki H. fcock. North QroBna. and Darlene R. Fttiss. 
4140 Duncannoo Lai». 

Juws A. Bmmttger, New York, andVakrie D. PuUen, 
536 Wiis«lsor Gt^tifteBd. 

EdwfaiU Ow^, Norftjik, ami Ahna R. Larson, 617 
Lake Edward Drive. 

Joseph E. McOumnond, North Carolina, and Rosemary 
Livrerl, North Otfdttaa. 

Lowell E. TudEer, 4634 Brcpd Street, and MarUyn R. 
(Ulmu, 1904 King John Oetceot. 

Feitus T. OioB^ NorfcOc tmi Karanita M. Coa, 6300 
BiteanWay. 

Joaei* W. Trammel Jr., 14 Spartm Street, and Wendy L. 
CteskKlon, 1309 Linkborn C^Ux. 

Mchdaa M, Afcxander. 313V^ 2tst Street, wid tena B. 
StaU, 3t3H 2rST Street. 

John L. Herrin, Pfarfdk, ami C^Ua J. SanWas, 5204 
LodteLanE. 



Hemy E. Ridiger, Norfalk, and Charlotte A. Moore. 4104 

DooUe aeicem. r^. a c— ^« v 

Kenneth W. Nobles, 5536 Stewart Drive, and Sandra E. 

Wtoeman, 5536 Stewart Drive. 

Itebert J. Beck, 505 Jacquehne Avenue, and Diana L. 
MMnt. 04 Aragooa Mvd. 

Mffk A. Oellatch, 2937 Cape Henry Drive, and Joan M. 

JS W. Danieb Jr. and SUela D. Beckinger, 5472 
Stonehaven Drive. 

^durd L. McFarlawl, 1865 Odooial Arms Ai«8., and 
t)tm I. Boi^weU. 1865 B-3 Cdooial Arms AjHs. 
A^ham O- Pwfllo. Onana, and Theresa M. Lopez, 3221 

/^fMt Ajwair -Bdt __ 

m^ R. W»ren, M05 Ardfc Ave., ami Ktary E. Harris, 
WWertminster Lane. " .. 

iVruiAe D. Ifawkins, 308 Odarwood Q., ami LfaMla M. 
ChHiaM. V» Oectarwood Q. 




Fruk J. BeU II, 600 Foxhdlow Lane, ud Jan L. Widker, 

604 CM Poet Rd. _. . .^ . « 

Herman D. Taylor, Norfalk, and Dernlce O. 

Hargrow, 53(ffl Pandoria Ave. 

Thomas M. Felix, 447 Appian Dr., ami JoAnn M. Maurer. 
447 Appian Drive. 

Fermin Velez, 210B Louisa Ave., ami Norma Roivio, 
210B Louba Ave. 

Tkivid L.yUCartmy, 3028 K^DonaU Rd., and Phyllb L. 
RoWnsoo, 5201 Academy Q. 

Janws R. New, 207 84th St., ud ft-enda K. Di^Urey, 
^705 Qrttayte Run. 

Kevin J. Perry. 16» DyUm ft., ami Mwy L. Wuge^ 
Norfolk. 

Deryl C. Oshea, 44W Ocean View Ave., ami Deborah L. 
Fmtrets, 44W Ocean View Ave. 

kchael A. Pitts. 4725 Jeanne St„ and Patrk* A. 
Meehan. 4725 Jeamie St. 



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HousBSfttIng a se//er iv/t/i S(/JV classified 



Housesitting is Anne Siverson's speciality, and the 
Virginia Beach Sun clusified ads got her business going 
better than ever. 

^ "The results were Very good." says Ms. Slverson, (rf 19th 
Street, Virginia Beach. 

"1 was Irffcred two jobs. The money comes In handy to pay 
my cu- insurance." 



Hatha yoga offered at TCC 



She knows that SUN classifieds are the way to let people 
know about anything that should be bought, sdd or shared. 

"Pet^le read your paper and my service is nee(kd. Ill 
probably use the classified again when schod is bMk in 
session nest year." 

'Anne Siverson is just one good example of what happens 
when a call is made to 486-3430, classified department. 



The Virginia Beach Cam- 
pus of Tidewater Commu- 
nity College will again con- 
duct the beginning "Hatha 
Y(^a" course during the 
spring quarter. The course 
is credit-free and part of the 
spectrum prc^ram. 

U.M. Adarsha, one of 
Virginia's best known yoga 
instructors, will lead this 
class at the cdlege. The 
course will provide a setting 



for the practtee, understan- 
ding and experience of yoga 
postures and techniques, 
yoga breathing, and th** 
introduction to meditation 
and relaxation. The first 
class is scheduled for March 
30. 

For further information or 
registration, call the Office 
of Continuing Education at 
428-6395 or 497-3070. i 



TCC offers class for Jazz 






Ooe or the last official dvtlei of tiw 19T7 N«ptiiiw Prlnccssei 
was to host the 80 hopcltai Ugh school Janiors compettaig for 
the poHloD ot a 1978 Neptanc Prlnccis. [Right to Left] 



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UBda OibwB, Oady Wcrmen, Kim Woricy, Kirthy Qdbn, 
ShanaoD McCarmlcii, Nancy Lynn Bates, JMqqeline 
McGbc. 



The Virginia Beach Cam- 
pus of Tidewater Commu- 
nity Cdlege will continue to 
offer the spectrum course, 
"Jazz-Its Sounds and Play- 
ers Since 1900", during the 
spring quarter. 

Eric Stevens, a well- 



known local musician and 
cdumnist, v^ill stay on as the 
instructor of this popular 
course. 

For further information a 
registratio) call the Office of 
Continuing Education at 
428-6395 or 427-3070. 



Neptune princesses selected Library week celebrated 



Monday evening, March 20, 80 candidates from Virginia 
Beach high schods met at the Chamber of Commerce for the 
preliminary selection of the seven youi^ women who will 
serve as princesses in King Neptunes Court during the 1978 
Neptune Festival to be held Friday Sept. IS through Sunday 
Sept. 24. 

Earlier in the year, applications were distributed to the 
area high schods through the offices of the principals. 

The applicants are high schod juniors. They are required 
to be residents of Virginia Beachi during the 1978-79 schod 
year and must have at least a X" scholastic average. 



Twenty girls were selected as finalists from the 80 
applicants. These finalists will be honored at a reception «i 
Saturday, April 15, where they will be interviewed by a blue 
ribbon panel erf judges. The judges will select one girl from 
each schod as a Neptune princess. 

TTiese princesses accompany the King Neptune and Queen 
of the Sun at all festival events and also serve as goodwill 
ambassadores representing the Neptune Festival and 
Virginia Beach. Each girl will receive an appropriate 
wardrobe to be worn during the Festival. 

Mrs. Qu;d Ettel is Rc^al Court coordinator and Mrs. 
Bunny Richardsoi is chairman. 



The Great Neck branch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library Systeni will present a special fihn program in 
celebration (rf National Library Week on Saturday, April 8 
at 11 a.m. for children ages seven to 12. 

The movie to be shown Is based on E.B. White's bode 
"Stuart Little," the story of the adventures of the 
mouse-child cS human parents. 

The film is in cdor and lasts 60 minutes. 

There is no registratiai or fee for the program. 

For ftirther information call C. A. Pauley at 481-6094. 



Girls Club registers tots 



Beach school eMtramuml minmrs named 



The Vir^iiaBeach public schods, through the health and 
physical education section, have announced the winners of 
the third extramurab. The contests matched boys and girls 
in competition in tumbling, vdleyball, basketball and 
gymnastics. The extramurals brought together at five sites 
the winners of the third set of intramurals. 

The tuinbling event was held at Kempsville Junior with 
Rod Walker of Bayside Junior being declared the winner. 

The vdleyball tournament was held at Lynnhaven Junior 
with Independence Junior winning in the finals over Virginia 
Beadibyscaes <rf 15-11 and 15-13. Members of the winning 
team were Chris Reckling, Thad Miles, Garry Knox, Marc 
Hinch, Phil Brothers, Charlene Harrell, Chantal Pirrone, 
Kathy Hdland, and Grace Burke. 

The gymnastic competition was held at Kempsville Senior 
with the following winners: 

carls: beam - Karne Mullaney. first Cdonial; floor 
exercise - Pat Christian, Cox; Beth Buchert, First Cdonial; 
Brianne Purdy, Kempsville; unevens - Robin Seute, 



l'i«impSViBe; vaulting'^ Angel Merrell, Cox; all-around - 
Angel Merrell, Cox. 

Boys: vaulting - Rocky Pitrone, First Cdonial; floor 
exercise - Chris Knutson, Cox; parrelle bars - Rocky, First 
cdaiial; side horse - Scdt Emory, Kempsville; horse bars - 
Rocky Pitrone, First Cd(Miial. 

Girls advanced basketball was held at KeUam with 
Bayside defeating the host team in the final game. Kfcmbcrs 
of the Bayside team were Tammy Strickland, Carlette 
Henry, Adrian Jones, Bernie Lenchan, Arlene Pelkey, 
Jackie Hillian and Cheryl Ross. 

The boys advanced basketball tournament was held at 
Cox with Bayside defeating First Cdonial in the finals 29-25. 
Members of the winning team were Mac Redd, Percell 
Brown, David Simmons, Carl Haynes, Curtis McCuUar, and 
Alvin White. 

Extramurals in trade and field, softbaU and tennis will be 
conducted near the close of schod. Dates and location wi)l be 
aimounced through the schods. 



The GuU Club oS Virginia Beach is now taking 
|registratjo||igr Us Mxt Tiny Tot i)ro|ram for girls ages 

(four anddl^HiHHiMfei^MBH''- ' ■ f*»r w..' « » «in> "' - -it»n«>i»--> *» . -.^'v 

.include swIp^Q lessions, gymnastic lessons, arts nd 
crafts, coddng and dance. 

CM 499-2311 for information or register at the United 
Way Family Center. 



Sperry brings out 
bBst in band 



Jack Sperry, director of bands at Virginia Beachi Kellam 
High Schod, brings to his work not only an impressive set of 
credentials, but alsoa firm convicticm in the need for quality 
musical experiences at the high schod level. 

He had devoted his seven year teaching career to 
develqjing the instrumental music program at Kellam High 
Schod into one of the finest in the nation. In five of those 
years his students have earned more positions in regional 
band through competitive auditions than any other 
Tidewater area high schod. 

The Kellam Wind Ensemble has consistently garnered 
ratings of superior in area band festivals while performing 
the most difficult grades of music. And each year several 
Kellam High Schod instrumentalists successfiilly compete 
for the honor of being in the AU- Virginia High Schod Band . 

At the National Band Festival held each year at Six Flags 
Over Gewgia in Atlanta, the Kellam High Schod Wind 
Ensemble has once again established its prominent position 
amcmg the nation's bands by achieving ratings of excellent 
and superior while playing grade VI works. 

Sperry characterizes the local public schod music 
programs as being very str<»ig. He cites the booming 
peculation growth of Tidewater and the excellent instruc- 
tion in the junior high schod 'feeder" system as being prime 
contributors. 

The KeUam High Schod Wind Ensemble is dedicated to 
the performance of contemporary band literature. Guest 
conductors are invited each year to work with the band. In 
the past these have included Karel Husa and Vincent 

Perslchettl. .._,., 

Sperry is a native of Minnesota. He took both the bachelor 
and masters % Music degrees at the University of South 
Florida, in Tampa. 

He is currently working on his doctwate at the University of 
Michigan. 

While in cdlege Sperry played clarinet in the Florida Gulf 
Coast Symph<my. When Sperry came to Kellam High 
Schod, he was no stranger to Tidewater, havhig spent two 
and a haJf yews as a Navy Storekeeper in Norfdk aboard 
ADLG (Guided Missile Frigate). 

Sperry 's profcssicmal associations include membership in 
the National Band Association and the chairmanship of 
district two of MENC. 

He is married to the former Evelyn Wyatt of Tampa, 
Florida. Mrs. Sperry is band director at Bayside Junior High 
Schod in Virginia Beachv , . 




SPCA comes to the Virginia Beach library 



TTie Virginia BEach SPCA will present a program on pet 
care for young peopk ages six and up on Tuesday, April. 25, 
at 3:30 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Branch <rf the Virginia 
Beach Public Library System. 

At this time, Ms. Peggy Boykin wiU share with the young 
people tips on how to care for their own pets, what to do 
when they see an injured animal and how to react to stray 



animals. Her discussion invdve stuffed animab as well as a 
simple puppet show. 

Tliere is no registration or fee for this program. 

The library is located at 302 22nd Street in the oceanfront 
area of Virginia Beach. 

For ftirther infOTmatioi call Ellen Burns at 428-4113. 




Princess Anne 
Farmer's Service 

(the dd-hshioned country store) 
— ^— Since 1948 ^— 



FREE CHICK DAY! 

Saturday April 15th 
from 8:30 til SOLD OUT 



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5651 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Nurtolk.,Vtf 23502 




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vmcmDnrAcirsuN Dwednesday. march 29, 1971 



Virginia Beacli 



AUVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



PROJECT: 



PROPOSED RUNNING TRACKS 
PRINCESS ANNE JUNIIOR HIGH SCHOCtt- 
LYNNHAVEN JUNI(» HIGH SCHOOL 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



1. 

The School Board of the Oty of Virginia Beach will receive 
sealed bids for the furnishing of all plant, equipment, labor, 
and material and performing all work for the above 
described project until - 

2:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1978 

at the office of the Schod Administration Building, 

Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Bids are to be 

submitted on the attached form of Bid Proposal in sealed 

envelopes bearing the bidder's name and address and clearly 

marked "Bid on Proposed Running Tracks, Princess Anne 

Junior High Schod and Lynnhaven Junior High School, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia." Bids will be publicly opened and 

reatl aloud by H. S. Abernathy, Assistant Superintendent 

for Business Affairs, at the time and location stipulated 

above. 

2. 

The Owner reserves the right to reject aify and all bids, and 

to waive any informality in bids received. 

3, 

No bids may be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after 

scheduled closing time for receipt of bids, unless in 

accordance with Chapter 4, SecticMi 11-20.2, Option No. 1, 

Code of Virginia. 

4. 

A deposit of $20 will be required for a set of Contract 

Documents. Such deposits will be refunded to bona fide 

bidders only, upon return of plans and specifications within 

ten (10) days after bid opening. Deposit checks shall be made 

payable to William C. Overman Associates, P.C Documents 

may be seen at the office of the School Board, Municipal 

Center, Virginia Beach, F. W. Dodge Corporation, or at 

Builders and Contractors Exchange and may be obtained at 

the office of William C. Overman Associates, P.C, 5721 

Sellger Drive, Norfolk, Virginia, 23S02. 

5. 

Bids must be accompanied by a certified check for not less 

than 511ft of the Base Bid made payable to the Owner, or an 

acceptable Bid Bond in the same amount. 'Performance and 

Payment Bond an amount equal to lOO^iof the Contract 

Price, and with an acceptable sutety, will be required as a 

condition precedent to the award of the Contract by the 

Owner. 

6. 

The work includes earthwork, jnving, drainage, and 

miscellaneous related work. 

H. S. Abernathy, 

Assistant Superintenident for Business Affiurs 

Virginia Beach Schod Board 

VBSa/29, ' ■•-■ - -1^ ,'v.lo ■'■>-'• ' -;,'■ 'x'M 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION ^ 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. VA, <m the 
9th day of March. 1978. 

Viininia Lanante. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

John A. LaPUnte, 

Defendant. 

The object of tids suit is to 
obtain a dtva«e a vinculo 
matrinumii fimn the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of living separate and apart 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a mm-reodent 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last kiMiwn po^ <rffice ad- 
dress braig: 877 Argyle 
Road. Bnxdt^, New Ywk, 
11218 it is OTdered that he (k> 
q>pear on or bef<»« the 1st 
of May. IVn, and do what 
may be Mceasaiy to protect 
hto iitorest in this suit. 

A ec^-Teste: StAa V. Fen- 

tnm 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Dvpaij Ctorit. 

Stuart R. Gordmi p.q. 
Suite 806 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, VA 28610 

VBS-3/15, 3/22. 3/29, 4/5 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Oerk. 
Morris H. Fine p.q. 
720 Uw BMg. 
Norfolk. VA 23510 

VBS 3/29, 4/5. 4/12. 4/19 

VIRGINIA:In the Oerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
on the 6th day of March 
1978. 

Ip Re: Adoption of Christina 
Spengel and AiMte Spengel 
awl changes ot names to 
Kristina Vasques and Anete 
Vasquea 

By: GnOlemM) Alejandro 
Vasquex and Asja Udeds 
Vasquex. 

PetitimieFB 

To: Michael F. ^migel 
1012 Ocean Drive. NAS 
Corpus Christi. Texas 
78419 



ORDER OP PUBLICATION 

te the Qerk's OfEce of the 

Of cob Court of the Qty ol 

VirgMa Be^^, Va., on ttu 

23ril«lay of March, 1978. 

Sktaey J. HgUe, 

Plihttifr, 

KpHMt 

Mri^ Marie I^bie. 

Defendam, 

Tte obje<^ of this suit is to 
dbum a divorce a vinculo 
auttrmooii, or in tte ^ter- 
iHttive a divorce a taetai et 
thoro to be later merged into 
a ^or<x a vinculo matri- 
mxiii from tlM sakl defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
adttkery or (kserticn. 

AjMt an affidavit luvmg 

been made and fited that tl^ 

defew^M k a non-resident 

tithe Sttfe d Vkfinia, tte 

tet ta»wn post o^e Mid- 

reii being: c/o Kfadurd 

A^it, T240 Wett 107. Lot 

im, O^aito, mtm k is 

o^Mwl thirt ste d» ai^w 

on or bctee tte ISth ol M^. 

19^ Mri do wMjMirbe 

m^mugf to |»sl^ ^r 

Hte^si M thtt stttt. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk'i Office of the 

Circuit Court d the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on the 

14th day of March. 1978. 

Cynthia Mark Paul Kfinnig , 

nuntiff. 

against 

Darryl Brad Kfinnig, 

Defendant. 

Hie object dtWt suit is to 
oiKain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tlM said 
^feodam, upon the grounds 
ci one year separttion. 
frouMis 

And ui affidavh havmg 
been made ami filed thtt tiK 
defeodmit is a noD-resi(fent 
ci the State of ITirginia, the 
lut known poM ofl^ 
address beu^: 407 N. Con- 
cord Street, Lancaster, 
Peniuylvania. nW3 it is 
btdtred that he d^appeu on 
or before tiK 4th of Kfay, 
1978, ami do whtt may be 
necessary to (ffotect his 
interest inthissiA. 

A oopy-Tester John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pattk A. KeeiKlum, 
Deiwty Ckrk. 

}imes A. Roy p.q. 
Qreenbrkr Law ttdg . 
IMQatdWay. 
P. O.BeR 1523 
Chesapeake, VA 23220 

VK-3/22, 3/29, 4/5. 4/12 



In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

3rd day of March, 1978. 

Sidney Eugene Johnson, 

Plaintiff, 

agabut 

Sarah Taylor Johnson, 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of emtinuous separation, 
withcnit intemiptifm or co- 
haUtation, fw a period of 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been martf and filwi that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State (rf Virginia, the 
last known pott omce ad- 
dress being: 5008 Bilken 
I^ive, Jacksonville Florida 
32210 it is ordered that she 
do appear on or before the 
24th of April 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A eqiiy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
DNiputy Clerk. 
Tom G. Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virgima Beach, VA 23461 

VBS-3/8, 8/15, 8/22, 3/29 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty at 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

13th day df March. 1978. 

Judy Gail (Green) Fincher, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Anthony Burns Fincher, 

DefendaI^^ 



The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
nuatimonii from the said 
dcfembm DPOitlK grounds, 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
trfthe State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 2207 Wild 
FIcfwer Lane, Nashville, 
Tennessee it is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 5th at May, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest hi this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Oerk 

ffanothy W. Finchem p.q. 
suite ill, lou Newtown 
Road 
Virgima Beadi. VA 23462 

VBS-3/22,3/29,4/5,4/12 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Cktk'a Office a! the 
Circuit Court <d tin City of 
Vffginia Bach, VA, mi the 
21st day <A February, 1978. 

Amparo T. Gottman, 

Plaint, 

i^ainst 

Herschel L. Gottman, 

Defradant.. 

The dbjeet of tiiis suit is to 
obtain a dhroree a viactdo 
nutrinuHiii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of (»e year's sqtaratioo 
pursuant to Sec. 20-91(9) of 
theCodettfV^inia. 

And an affidavit haviq^ 
bew ma^ and ffled that tiw 
defMidant ia a mm-reddent 
of the State of Vhfinia, tlw 
lart known poet dBea «1- 
ch-ess bmng: 8484 Blandii« 
Bhrd., ApartsMnt 140, Jadt- 
sonvfifo. FL 32210 it is 
(Hrdowi thrt he do amMar <« 
«r haten the IM of Aprfl. 
1978. ami do what may be 
necenary to {ffotect Us 
interest in this sdt. 



A eon^-Teete: Jda V. Fen- 

tren 

By: Fata A. Keu»haa, 

Dqw^CteriL 

HaBiert T. DaO 

Snttel87- 

Citians Tmst Bank BUg. 

(360 !fewtowB Read 

NorloB(.VA 



In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City erf 

Virginia Beach, VA, on tl» 

24th day of February, 1978. 

Elliott A. James, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Loree Cigar James, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the saU 
defendant, upon the groundb 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that due 
diligence having been used 
by or on behalf of complaiA- 
anf to nswrtain in whie^ 
county or corporation thi 
respondent is, without ai- 
led, it is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 17th 
of April, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk 
Andrew Ege, Jr. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23461 

VBS-3/8, 3/15, 8/22, 3/29 



IN CHANCERY 

#C78- 

order 

This day came Guillermo 
Alejandro Vasquez and Aqa 
Lideds Vasquez, Petiiitm- 
ers, and represented that 
the object of this proceeding 
is to effect the ado^on of 
the above named infaiM, 
Christina Spengel and Anete 
Spengel, by Guillermo Ale- 
jandro Vasquez and Asja 
lideds Vasquez, husband 
uid wife, and affidavH hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
* MiQiaei' 1^ • SpeAgeif a, ' mit- 
ural parent cl said chOdrai, 
is a non-resident of the State 
of Vfrginia. the last known 
post o&e address being: 
1012 Ocean Drive. NAS, 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
78419. 

It is therefore' ORDERED 
tiiiA the said Michael F. 
Spengel ^ipear on or before 
the 26th day of April, 1978 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interst in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C. 

Guy E. Daugfaerty. P.Q. 
808 Maritime Tower, 
Norfolk, Virginia 28610 

VBS-3/16, 3/22, 3/29, 4/5 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tlM Ctek's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

17th day of February, 1978. 

John Henry Holland, m. 

PUintiff, 

against 

Susan Edna Henry Hdland, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
(Atain a div<H%e a vinculo 
matrimonii frtim the said 
defendant, upmi the grcMmda 
of separation tor more tiian 
(mejwar. 

And an affidavit having 
hem made and filed tiiat 
(Uig«ice has been used 
witJ^Hit effect to ascertain 
the location of the party to 
be served, tlw lart kmiwn 
port office address being: 
ClM8«pMke. VA it M order- 
ed tlMt'idM do a^aar on m- 
before th VOth ^ at April, 
1978 and do what may be 
neeMstty to pnrtect her 
intent bi this suit. 



A ec^y-T^: Jdm V. Foi- 

Uew 

By: Patti A. Kemirinn. 

D.C. 

S^q^ R. Maiguiles 

Tn^r-o^ SeUM Anwfe 

NwfiA, VA 23610 



ic Notices 



Virginia: In the QetkH Off- 
ice of the Circuit Court Ot 
the City of Virginia Beachr 
on the 17th day of Uuih, 
1978 

IN RE: Adoption oTKfanber- 
ly Ann Muiero. an infiuit 
under the i^e of 14 years to 
be Icnown as Kimberly Ann 
Davies. by Stella Dartene 
Davies and Kvl Dee Davies 

INCHANCERV 
NO.C78-383 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object <rf this pro- 
ceeding is to effectuate the 
adoption of the above nuned 
infant by Sheila Darlene 
Davies a^ Karl Dee Davies 
and the change ot name ot 
the said infent to Kimberly 
Ann Davies. 



An affidavit havbig been 
made and filed by Sheita 
Darlene I^ies. settiiii for- 
th that she is the petitioner. 
along with her husband, 
Karl Dee Davies hi the 
above styled cause, the ob- 
ject (rf which is to effectuate 
the adoption erf Kfanberly 
Ann Madero by Sheila Dar- 
lene Davies and Karl Dee 
Davies, and to change the 
name of said infent to Kim- 
berly Ann Davies; and that 
the natural fiither of said 
child, Rafeel Madert^ is not 
a resident of the State (rf 
Virginia, and that his last 
known post office address is 
23 Mgh Street, Livermae 
FaUs, Maine, now therefore, 
it is 



(^IDBRED that the said 
Rafitwl Madero appear in this 
Court on or before May 8. 
1978. and indicate his atti- 
tude toward the iMroposed 
adoption or otherwise do 
what is necessary to protect 
his interest herein. 



It is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion of 
this order be published once 
a week for four successive 
weeks hi the Virgima Beach 
Sun, a newspaper having 
general circuktioo in the 
Qty d Virginia Beadi, Vir- 
ginia. 



I ask for this: 

Robert H. Bennett 

P.O. Bok822 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

23451 

A Copy Teste: Jdm V. Fen- 
tress, Oerk 
By Pittti A. Keenehan, D.C. 

VBS-3/22, 3/29, 4/5. 4/12 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b the Clerk's Office of the 
Cireutt Court <rf the City (rf 
Vfrginia Beach, VA. on the 
17tii day of Friiruary. 19^. 

Harold J. HoDeman, 

namtifl, 

ai^linst 

£den Ldgfa Hall Hdkman, 

DeCmdaat. 



Hie object <tf this suit is to 
obtain a divoree a vineufe 
matrimonii tnm the said 
defendant, upm the grounds 
of Uvfa^r w|Mn^ and apart 
for a pertod of mwe than MM 
yw. 

And an affidavit having 
bem made and IDed that the 
dajpndant to a nmi-re^Mit 
dike ^sta d y'tt0s^ Oe 
Idit known pott dfiee ad- 
(M» beta*: 1640 Norttwest 
Boidevard, Winstott-SaleB, 
Mstth Cardina it to orto«d 
tlut, she do ai^pear mi or 
brfore the lOUi of A|^ 
1^ and do wto may be 
neeeasary to jnoteet ho* 
idtffert m tbto ^pit. 

A eo^-TMte: Jdin V. Fm- 



Byt Fitti A. Keeoehu. 

\^WHta H. CriMia, Jr. 
liVladchiRMd 

Vi^nto Beach, VA 23461 



Virginia: In tlM Ctork's < 

ice of the Circuit Coun ' 

the City of Vhyinia ik. 

on the Ist day of Marei. 

1978. 

In re: Adoption of Micha«>i 

Dean Drew 

By: Canon Otis Murdacli 

and Barbara Jean 1lHMna<' 

(Drew) Murdaeh. Petition 

era 

To: Kennetii Dean Draw 

48^ Buncome Road 

Jacksonville. Florida 

?n Chaneer>- 
#078-202 

ORDER 

Thto day canw Carson Oti^ 
Murdaeh and Barbara Jea" 
Thomas .(Drew) Murdaeh 
Petitionera. and rapresen' 
ed that the object of thi. 
proceeding to t6 effect the 
ad(^>tion (dtiie above named 
infant, Mtehael Dean Draw, 
by Carsim Otto Murdaeh and 
Barbara Jean Thomas 
(Drew) Murdadi, hudlMuid 
and wife, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
Kenneth Dean Drew, a nat- 
ural parant of said diJDd, is <i 
non-resident of the State "' 
Viigima, the last known 
post office address being: 
4852 Buncome Road, Jack- 
sonville, Florida. 

It to thnefora Ordereri 
that the said Kenneth Dean 
Drew q>pear on or befora 
the 21st day of Aprfl, 1978, 
and indicate hto attitude 
toward the prc^Kised adop- 
tion, or (^hwwise do what is 
necessary to protect hto 
interest in thto mattw. <- 
A o^y teste: 
John V. Fentress, Oerk 
By: Patti A. Kennehan D.C. 
Jkaui4 E. Lee, Jr. 
2(05 Princess Anne Road 
Virginto Beach, Va. 28466 

VBS-8/8, 8/16, 8/22. 8/27 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office erf the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginto Beach. VA, on the 

8rd day of March, 1978. 

Debra Leidi Witimw. 

Plaintiff, 

agabist 

James Thomas Withrow. 

DefemlaBt. 

The dlijeet of tiito suit to to 
obtain a divorce a vincuki 
matrimonii from the said 
dfrfendant, iqMm the grounds 
<rf one year sqiaratkn. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
d^endant to a nco-realdent 
of the State of Virginia, the 
tort known poet office ad- 
dress being: e/o Gmeral 
Delivery, Yorkville, nUnoto, 
it to ordOTed that he 6o 
appear on or before the 24th 
day <rf April, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in tiito 
suit. 

A o^y-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

by: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Cleric 
Levine & Friedman 
160 Newtown Road 
Suite 416 
Virginto Beadi, VA 

VBS-8/8, 3/15, 8/22, 8/29 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office d the 
Circuit G<Hirt d tto City of 
Virginto Beach. VA. on tiie 
link day d February. 19TO. 
Smrfa Mviam (kos. 
Plaintiff, 
^fawt 

Ladidav Eli Gros, 
DefuMiant. 

Tte object ol thto suit to to 
(rtstaia a <ttvorce a vincuki 
maMmoirii from tlM said 
d^MMltt^, i9Mthegrran<to 
d oaa ymr atfrnttHfaa. 

Ami an d^SAvVL having 
been flSHide «Bd filed Art tlw 
defendai^ to a iMa-ranteil 
of tiie^rte of Vh^iUa. tlw 
tost known post dfiee ad- 
dreM bdngi Kyriat C%atai. 
B«i-Cvi 64-4 Israel it to 
ofdmadihathadioappmrm 
or hefere tiw 10th day of 
^rfl, 19% and do iriiat fl^r 
be nec e ssar y to ftObatL hto 
intoMt hi thto sntt. 

A eo^-T^to: Jtrim V. Fm- 

trees 

B^: I^ttti A. Keoi^an,' 

DepairQerk. 

lUtrmte L^ Aid SocMy 
IMOotlawStrwt 
ChoMVadM, VA 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Cl«rk'8 Office d the 
Circutt Court <rf the City (rf 
Virginia Beadi. VA, on the 
7th day of March. 1978. 

Sherry Gayle Hartman, 

PUintiff, 

gainst 

Steve Cecil Hartman, 

Defendant. 

The (dijed of tiito suit to to 
obti3n a divoree a mensa et 
tiwqO^beJ^mgqpedtoto 
a ArarOrir vineoki matri- 
moidi from the said defend- 
ant, vpon the grmmds of 
cruelty and /or actual or 
oontnictive desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fifed tiiat the 
defendant to a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known poet office ad- 
dress behig: 225 West lUi- 
noto Avenue. Aurora. HU- 
noto. 60506 it to wdwed that 
he do appMT on or befora 
the 27th of April. 1978, and 
do whrt may be necessary to 
protect hto interest in thto 
suit. 



A ei^y-Teste: Jdm V. Fen- 

tres 

Patti A. Keenehan. Clerk. 

Theod(H« A. Boyce p.q. 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
P. 0. Box 2198. 
Virginto Beach, VA 

VBS-8/16, 8/22. 3/29. 4/5 



ORDER CM^ PUBLICATICM«J 

In tlw aerk% (Mfice of the 
Circuit Court d the City d 
Virginia Beach. VA, on t^ 
16th day of March, 1978. ^ 
Doris ENiwn Lane, ^f 

Plaintiff, 

ag^nst , fj 

Maywood Ocim Lane. 
Defendant, g V 

The (Aject <rfthis suit is tj> 
obtain a divorce a vinci^ 
matrimonii fi'om the sta^ 
defendant, upon the groun^ 
of more than one year »e}^^ 
aration. ,^ 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that t|e 
defendant is a non-resideig 
of tlw State erf Virginia, th^ 
last, known poet office add^ 
ressbeing: 1811 Dunn g 
Street, 

Columbia, South Cardina U 
is ordered that he do appear 
on or befo-e the 8th of Ma^ 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect hk 
interest in this suit. .-• 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION . 
In the Qerk's Office of the 
Gredt Court of the Qty d 
Virginto Beach, VA, on the 
7th day of March 1978. 

Doris Jean Hart, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Janws Albert Hart. 

Defradant. 

The dijed (rf thto suit to to 
ditain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grmmds 
of mw year separatimi. 

And an affidavit havfaig been 
mada and fifed that the 
d^endant to a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known poat oflloe ad- 
dress bdng: Route 1. Box 
115-B, EuUwvffle. Suth 
CardJg* 29048 tt to ordered 
tiwt he do appear on or 
befora til 27th of April. 1978, 
and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect hto mtwest 
in thto suit. 

A eqiy-Teste: Jdm V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keniwhan, 
Dqjraty Clerk. 

ThomaaH. Cave 

2224 No. Great Neck Road 

Virginto Beach, VA 23461 

VBS-8/16, 8/22. 8/29. 4/5 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clnk's Ofliee d tiie 
Circuit Court of the City <rf 
Virginto Beadi. VA, (m the 
9th day of March, 1978. 

Phylfis Bell Spmti, 

Plidntiff, 

i^ainst 

Todd Scott Sfrinti, 

D^emlant. 

Ite objed of thto suit to to 
oMain a ittvorce a vineufe 
matrimoBi Crmn tiw said 
deinkhmt, iqwo the gnrands 
of MW-yMT sqwratioo. 

And an alfidavtt havii^been 
made and fifed that the 
d^Nidant to a ma-reiUent 
of the State of Vfaginto. the 
btft faiowa pod oi^e ad- 
draaa hdag: P. 0. Box 276, 
Glmwood Swings, Cdondo 
81601 ft to «d««d that be do 
q^Mff on or btten tiie 1st 
<rf Miqr, 1978, ami do what 
tuybameaaaaryUiprdatt 
hto faiterest ta thto autt. 

A eO|7-Teele: Jdm V. Fm- 

tawas 

Br- I^ti A. Kemehan, 

DatpOty Cktrk. 

Wade P. B^. Jr. p.4. 
8707 ^l^ua BhiA Bvd. 
Virgtafe Beaeh. Va^lS4e 



A copy-teste:John V. Fen^i 
tress ,„ 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 1% 
puty, Qcrk. g 

Robert Epstein p.q. ;^ 

Suite 318, Hdiday Inn Scope 
Norfolk, VA 23510 ;^ 



VBS 3/22,3/29,4/5.4/12 ' 



ORDER OF PUBLICATIOTf 

In the aerk% Office of thf 
Circuit Court of the Qty qf. 
Virginto Beach, Va., on t)|c 
ISth day of March, 1978. -m 
Sandra Arth Phillips, „ 
Plaintiff 

against -; 

Albert John Phillips, v 
Defendant. .-. 

p 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii fron the sai^ 
defendant, upoi the grounds 
d one year separation am 
apart. ^^, 

And an affidavit havi^ 
been made and filed that io/^ 
defendant is a non-residen^ 
of the State of Virginia, tbg 
last known post office addri. 
ress being:SS# 227-78-4405,. 
3S.A.BN3, l/55S.P.,ForV 
ICwR. Kentucky 40121, Hj% 

or before the 5th of Kfey, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect h^ 
interest in this suit. .- ^ 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen^i 
tress ^c 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Pfr 
outv. Qcrk. ^,^ 

Janet B. Biurt p.q. 1^1 

1369 Laskin Road ]/i 

P.O.Box 625 ■^y^i, 

Virgima Beadi, VA 23451 ,,: 

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.4 
jS 

ot 

JANET a NEMEROFF'iq 

PRESUMPTION idF 

DEATH '*'' 

Pursuant to Sec. SiA- 
1 10, Code of Virginia. Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Circuit Court d Bedfqrd 
County. Virginto has de^- 
^d that Janet H. Nemetoff 
is presumed debased du^-^o 
her absence bom her flu^ 
d residence at, Virg^ 
Beach, Virginto, for male 
than seven (7) years; her 
address, residence, nSt 
whereabouts being no- 
known. ;n/ 

Notice is hereby given to 
Janet H. Nemeroff, if alivt, 
or any person knowing her 
whereabouts, or acting en 
her behalf, to produce to t'le 
Circuit Court of Becffo^d 
County, Virginii^. or a Judge 
thereitf in vacation, on 'Or 
before Jum 15, 1978, satn- 
fectory evident of tl» cdli- 
tinuance iA life (rf JuMt^^. 
Nemercrfl^ and if no respoi&e 
to thto Ndioe is received^ 
said date, fends mnr heM1>y 
said Court for Jaiwt il. 
Nemeroff will be distributed 
aocordhig to taw. 

By Or^r oftteCourt. ., 

Pfekett, Spam & Lyle, p^^. 
Attorneys ^ Law ' 

101 North Lym^en RMi 



LEGAL NOTICE 



Virginto Bead), Virginto 



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BoUiiv Lambeth, p.q. 
Jferrisdi Mlding 
tedford,\%ghito 

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VIRGINIA BEAOH SUIL W'EDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1978 



NOTICE OF PUByCJIEARING 
Virginift: 

pu regular meeting o{ the Council of the Qty of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Council Chambers (tf the 
Admihistraticn Building, Qty Hall, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday A^il 10, 1978, at 1:00 
P.M., at which time tlM following applications will be heard: 



*A 



CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



% 

Application of Amoco Oil Company for a Conditional Use 

^rmit for a self-service gasoline station on certain property 

fdnted at the Southwest corner (rf Northampton Boulevard 

imd BaJcer Road, running a distance (tf 20S.S4 feet idong the 

South side (^Northampton Boulevard, running a distance of 

lis feet along the Western prq>erty line, running a distance 

|lf 208.88 feet along the Southern property line, running a 

(Ijstance of 90 feet aldng the West side of Baker Road and 

ftinning around a curve in a Northwesterly direction a 

(fistance of 106.27 feet. Said parcel contains .71 acre. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

fcHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

SAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



Petition of Be«;h Northampton Vacation, Inccrb|Mrated for 
a Change (rf Zcning IMstrict Classification from H-l Hotel 
Distria tp B4 Resort-Commercial District on certain 
pr(^rty located on the South side of NorthamiHon 
Bo^vard beginning at a point 600 feet more or IcM East of 
Baker Road, running a distance (rf 231 feet along t^e South 
side of Northampton Boulevard, rimning a distance Of 338 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
447.71 feet in a Southwesterly durection, running aroiind a 
curve in a Northerly direction a distance (tf 400.26 feet, 
running a distance of 34.21 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance (rf97.34 feet in a Northwesterly direction 
and running a distance of 83.34 feet in a Northerly direction. 
Said parcel contains 4.339 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

3. 

I^etition ot Qyde L. Collier for a Change of Zoning District 
Oassification from R-6 Residential District to A-3 Apart- 
llient District on certain property located on the North side 
Of North Qreenwell Road beginning at a poing 303.7 feet 
East fA Pleasure House Road, running a distance oS 306.37 
feet along the North side of North Greenwell Road, running 
a distance Of 269.63 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 464.42 feet along the Northern 
iwoperty line and running a distance of 267.19 feet along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 3.013 acres. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

# - * 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

f»etition <rf Thalia Wayside Corporation for a a»nge of 
Z^nhig District Oassification from B-2 Community-Business 
Kstrict to A-1 Apartment District on ccrtdn property 
todtted 430 feet more or fess North of Virginia Beach 
boulevard beginning at a point 1700 feet more or less East of 
ilialia Road, running a distance of 1360 feet along the 
ibuthern property line, running a distance of 190 feet^dong 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 1260 feet 
idong the Northern property line and running a distuioe of 
i$0 feet aloog the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
eontains 3.6 f^fiSSS*^ ^"° ^* *"'*^' ^^^"^ ^**^* 

ftetition of Thdia Wayside Corporation for a Change of 
Zoning District OassifioAioo from R-6 Residential IMstrict 
to B-2 Qnununity-Business District on certain property 
located 320 feet more or less North of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard beginning at a point 630 feet East of Thalia Road, 
limning a distance of 1140 feet along the Southern property 
Mne, running a distance of 230 feet along tte Eastern 
property line, running a distance cS 1193 feet along the 
Norttern ivoperty line and running a distance of 130 feet 
along the Western property lin«. Said parcel contains 6 
at^es (amended from 8.7 acres). (Ilialia AreiO. KEMPS- 
VILLE BCaiOUGH. 



6. 

Petition of Tludia Wiqrside Corporation fbr a Change of 
Zauog District Oassification from R-6 Residential I^trict 
to A-1 Apartment District on certain property located 380 
feet more or less North of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
beginning at a point 1720 feet more or less East of Thidia 
Road, running a distance of 1260 feet along the Southern 
property Une, running a distance of 843 feet along the 
Eastern property Une, running ai distance (rf 793 feet along 
4^ Northern property Uat and running a distance of 2S0 
ifbet along the Western property line. Said piiroel contains 

9.4 acres (amended from 1.9 acres). (Thalia Area). 
.fCEMPSVlLLE BOROUGH. 



^% . 

Petition of Bonney Road Associates for a Change of Zoning 

iDfatrict Oassificittion from 0-1 (Xfice District to B-3 

«^itf ral-ftuin^^iatrict on certain property lootted on the 

^>toth side of Bonney Road beginning tt a point 1100 feet 

mute or less East of Independence Boutevard. running a 

Xbtance <rf 387.32 feet akog the North side (rf Bonney Road, 

riinnfav a distance (tf 378.18 feet along the Eastern property 

•fine ud rumdiq a distance (rf 323.79 feet atoog the Western 

^operty line. Said parcel contuns 2.741 wan. KEM^- 

VILLE BOROUOR 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

■."8- 
P^kion of C Rando^ Zehmer for a Oiaoie <d Zoning 

fll^trkt dassification from R-3 Resicfentlal Kstrkt to B-1 

.j^taess-Residenttal l^trict on certain property located on 

4te West side of Sandfriper Road begimung at the Western 

extremity ot Porpoise Road, runidng a distance of 80 feet 

,akng the West side of Sandi^per Road, rum^ a distance of 

•126.2 feet along the Southern fvoperty Itae, runtfi^ a 

distance of 80 feet akng th Western property fine and 

j-unnmg a distance of 126.2 feet along the Northern i^operty 

Xm. Said parcel oontam .23 mat, PRINCESS ANNE 

loRCueii 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUCM: 



Petltioe <tf Donald E. Washburn miUn<AA W. Hitttaa for a 
C^nge of ZDNINO Itetrkt Oassiflcttkii from %6 
RBiMriitH'l DMrta td A>2 Apartment Distri^ on oertam 
^^^dtted en tte Hatih skfe of B Street begtau^ M a 
pelM 2M.M feet Wett of Avberton IMve, runn^ a 
* iN^taKX of 243 feet ^kw the North sMe of Bfitnet, mntag 
a Atnce of 3^.<7 feet akng the Btttem property tt^. 
nm^g A ^bm» ot 36S.64 feet ata« the Northern 
pny^y flae of wWch 1»J4 feet to thi taMi side of C 
p^m affil ra^ng a dtotu»e d 2^.94 9mt iMg tte 
tetern iwoperty Um. StU parcel coDtMU 1.S ases. 
UYNNHAVmi BOROUCM. 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



10. , 
PETITI(»J OF Great Neck-CdonkU Associates, a Genefai 
Partnership, for a Ounge of Zoning Wstri« Oassification 
from A-1 Apartment District toQ-l Office Distrto on certain 
property loctted on the West side <rf First CUflniid Rom 
beginning at a point 660 feet more or less North of Wlldwood 
Ikive, running a distant^ <rf323 feet along the West side of 
First Coionial Road, running a distance of 610.03 feet aing 
tte Northern property Une. running a distance of 319.73 feet 
along the Western property Une and rumiing a distance (« 
68.69 feet alqng the Southern property Une. Said parcel 
contains 4.693 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUCH. 

11. . 
Petition of Robert M. and Anna S. Reed for a Oiange or 
Zoning UNstrictOassificationfrom R-1 Resklential District to 
0-1 Office Wstrict on certain i»operty located on the N«th 
side of Thomas Bishop Lane begimUng at a point 1230 feet 
more or less North <rf the intersection of North Great Neck 
Road and Thomas Bishop lane, running a distant rf 140 feet 
more or less along the hjorth side of Thomas Bishop Lane, 
running a distance of 471 feet more or less along the 
Western property Une, running a distance of 160 feet more 
or less along the Northern i^operty Une ai^ running • 
distance (tf 603 feet more or less along the Eastern property 
line.^Said parcel contains 2.58 acres more or less. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

12. ^ 
Petition (^ Robert M. and Anna S. Reed for a Oiange (rf 
2Soning District Oassification from R-1 Residential District 
to R-2 Residential District on certain {M-operty located 330 
feet more or less East of Thomas Bishop Lane beginning at a 
point 1300 feet more or less North (tf the intersection of 
Thomas Bishop Lane and NorthOreat Neck Road, runnio^a 
dfitance of 1120 feet more or teas along the Southern 
property Uiw, running a distance <tf 230 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property Une, running distuce of 107S 
feet more or less atong the Northern property line and 
nmnfaig a (Hstance of 323 feet more or less along the 
Western i^operty Une. Said parcel contidns 7.290 acr^t. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



13. 

Petition of Robert M. and Anna S. Reed for a Change of 
Zoning District OusificatiOn from R-1 Residential District 
to R-3 Residential ^strict on certain property located 430 
feet more or less East c^Thomas Buhop Lane beguming at a 
point 1230 feet more or less North of North Great Neck 
Road, running a distance of 147.80 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 860 feet along the Northern 
property Une, running a ditance of 130 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 143.27 feet in a Southeaster- 
ly direction, running a distance of 262.91 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 434.46 feet in 
a Westerly direction, running a distance (tf 300 feet in a 
Northerly (Urection, running a distance of 436.30 feet in a 
Westerly direction, rnnning a distance of 23.91 feet in a 
Northerly direction and running a distance of 33.16 feet in a 
Westerly direction. Said parcel contains 6.463 aaes. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



CONDITIONAL USB PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

14. 

AppUcation of Robert M. and Anna S. Reed for a Conditional 

Use Permit for outdoor recreational fiuaUties (tennis courts) 

on certain parcels located on the East side <tf Thomas Bishop 

Lane. 

Parcel 1 :• Beginning at a point 1 160 feet more or less North ai 
the intersection Of Thomas Bishop Lane and North Great 
Neck Rottl, runnhig a dtetaiux of 20 feet more or less akng 
the East sidte of Hionuu Biihop Lane, running a distance of 
320 feet more or less along the Northern {Mtoperty Une, 
runnmg a distance of 147.80 feet along the East^n property 
Une and rumUng a cUstance of 433.44 feet along the Southern 
{H-operty Um. 



Parcel 2: Located 480 feet more or lets East (^ Thomas 
Bishop Lane beginidi^ at a point 800 feet more or less North 
(rfthe intersection of Thomas Bishop Lane and North &eat 
Nedc Road, running a distance of ^.50 feet idong the 
Southern |M-operty Une. running a distance ^$00 feet along 
the Eastern property Une, running a dista^e at 43(>.)u teet 
along the Northern property Une and running a distance of 
306 feet along the Western property Une. 

Said parcels contatai 4.140 aaes. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

Phits with more detaUed information are avulable m the 
Department ct Plamiing. 

Richard J. WeMmi 
OtyOerk 

3/22,3/29 



NOTICE OF PUBUCHEARIHG 



Virginia: 



The regular meetly of tlw Coundlof the Oty (rf Virginia 
Bewd) wiU be hekf ta the Coundl Outibers of the 
AdffllnistriAkn ^iftMng, Cty lUl, t^incess Anne StiUion, 
VirgWa Beadt. VirtUa on Monday AptUn, 1978, at 1:00 
P.R, at wHidi thnette foOowing upfXitUiaai wiU be heard: 

CHANCS OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATK^I: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

1. 

Petition of Bernlce J. Heuser far aCtau^ of Zonfaig Ustrict 
OauUkilkn from R-3 ReMettlal Dittrkt to R-4 Reskien- 
tial Ostrkt on (xrtain i^opmy k3ette#« ttal>l<kvthwest 
taitersectkn <d Jack Frost IUikI mA. Lake Shore Road, 
rummg a dtetaiMx of 167.40 feet gfong ttal West skfe erf Jack 
Frdn Rowi, tmeim a instance of ll^JS ^ aki^ the 
Northern property Um, nmnfaig a ibtwie of 290 ttet along 
the Western poperty Um and ruiuung a dsta^ of 110.7'^ 
feet iftv the North sMe of Lake Steret Road. SaM {wcel 
contriM .7 acre. BAI^IM BOROIXH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUCBi: 



Petition of Nfichael W. McQuillis for a Change oi 2Soning 
District Oassificatim from R-7 Residential Distrk:t to R-8 
Residential District on certain property located on the North 
side (^Terrue Avenue beginning at a point 313 feet West of 
Mediterranean Avenue, running a distance oS 105 feet idoog 
the North tkle of Terrace Avenue, running a distance of 10? 
feet more or less along the Western property UnOt-£unning a 
distance ai 120.33 feet along the Northern property Itafju^ 
running a distance (tf 100 feet along the Eastern ivoperty 
line. Said parcel contains .23 acre. VIRCMNIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



Petition of Virginia Beach Holding corporation for a change 
of Zoning District Oassification from R-6 Resklential 
District to A-3 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the East side cf Birdneck Road beginning at a 
point 100 feet South of Fleming Drive, running a distance of 
186.2 feet along the East side of Birdneck Road, running a 
distance ot 193 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distance oi 143.8 feet in a Southerly direction, running a 
distance of 147 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 99.4 feet m a Norther^ direction, running a 
distance ci 85.9 feet in an Easterly diredon, runnhig a 
distance of 22.1 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 34.43 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 40 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 178 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance df 194.72 feet hi a Northerly direction and running a 
distance of 223.17 feet in a Westerly direction. Sakl parcel is 
irregular in shape and contains 1.49 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

4. 

Petition of Irene P. Richardson, Executrix of the Estate of 
Mary Virgfaiia PaUett, for a Change of Zoning District 
Oassification from R-6 Residential District to B-2 Comm- 
unity-Business District on certain property located at the 
Northeast corner of (Xd VirginiaBeach Road and Birdneck 
Road, running a distance of 210 feet more or less along the 
North side (rfCXd Virginia Beach Road, running a distance 
of 103.3 feet along the Eastern property Une, running a 
distance of 181.23 feet along the Northern property Une and 
running a distance of 61.3 feet along the East side of 
Birdneck Road. Said parcel contains .30 acre more or less. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



(DONDITICWAL USE PERMIT: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

5. 

AppUcation (rfSav-A-Ton, Inc., a Georgia Corpwation, for a 
Conditional Use Permit for an automobile service station on 
certain property located on the North side of H^|Und Road 
beginning at a point 210 feet more or R«s 'lEast of 
Washuigton Avenue, runnmg a distance of 181.98 feet akng 
the North side of Holland Road, running a distance of 186.77 
-feet akng the Extern property line, riuining a distanee of 
267.^ feet akatf the Northern property Une and running a 
distimce of 214.Q3 feet along the Western property toe. St " 
P§f cti 9««li«^L<P6^MiF#fc PRIIKJESS " " 

i.AppUcttion of Harry E. and Barbara P. Thorns for a 
Conditiooal Use Permit for a ridnig academy, and horses fbr 
hire and boarding on certain property located on the North 
skle of Landstown Road beguming at a point 821.04 feet 
East of Salem Road running a distance of 293.78 feet akng 
the North skle of Lanstown Road, running a distance ai 
738.23 feet aloog the Eastern property Une, running a 
distance of 299.03 feet along the Northern property Une and 
running a distance <rf774.41 feet along the Western property 
Une. Said parcel contains 3 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 



13. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the Oty of Virginia 
Beach tq amend and reordain Article 1, Section 111, of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to definition of 
Drive-In Eating and Drinking Establishments. More 
detailed information is available hi the Department of 
Ptanning. -^ 

14. 

Motion ai the Pluming Commission ci the Oty of Virginia 
Beadi amend and reordain Article 3, Section 361. ai the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use regiUa- 
tions for commerdaliHtf king lots. More detaUed information 
is avdlable in the Department of Planning. 

15. 

Motion W the Planning Oommistion of the Oty ai >%ginfai 
Beach to amend and reordain Article 4. Sectk»401(c). <^ihe^ 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordhianoe pertainfaig to mobfle 
homes. More detaUed infbrmation is avirilable in the 
Department <tf Planning. 

puts with more detailed hifbrmation are available in the 
Department of Planning. 
Ridiard J. Webbon 
Oty Oerk 

VBS 3/29 4/5 



.fKV.11"»i'4b ti. 



7. I 

AppUcation of Hoyt Freeman for a OonditiohalUsePerndt for 
an automobile service station and car wash on certaUi 
property located at the Southwest intersection ct South 
Lynnhaven Road and Bow Qeek Boulevard, runnhig a 
distance of 200 feet along the South side of Bow Greek 
Boulevard, running a distance of 200 feet along the East side 
of Carriage HUl Road, rimning a distance of 200 feet akng 
the Southern property line and runoing a distance of 200 feet 
idong the West side ai South Lynnhaven Road. Said parcel 
contains .92 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. 

Api^cation of the Catholic Diocese df Richmond, per Star of 
the Sea, for a Conditional Use Permit for a church or certain 
prqierty located at the Northeast mtersection (rf Painter 
Lane and Sandbridge Road, running a distance of 1000 feet 
more or less along the North side of Sandbridge Road, 
running a distance of 503.44 feet along the Eastern property 
hne, runnmg a distance of 1004.32 feet $kag the Northern 
property Uiw and runmng a distance of 136.36 feet along the 
East side ai Painter Lane. SaM parcel contains 7.9 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE IK^OUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



Apidkation <rf Cardyn R. Berner for a Conditional Use 
Permit for a home occuiMUkn (babysktii«) on certahi 
property located on the East side of Soitth Fir Avenue 
beguming at a pdnt 963 feet South ct Bonney Road, riuming 
a distance of 155.02 feet along the But side of South Ffa- 
Avenue, runnmg a distance of 293.44 feet along the 
Southern iff^xrty Une. ruining a dbtaiMe of 148.91 feet 
along the Eastern property Une and rumdng a distance ai 
3<^ feet akng the Northern property Une. Sakl parcel 
contains 1 aac more or less. KEMI^VILLE BOROUGH. 



AMENDMENT! 

10. 

Motkn crftte Planm^ Gonumskn of the Chy of Vfafhifai 
Bead! to amend ai^ reordafai Artkte 1, Seakn 107, of the 
Conq»relMnsive Zoirii^ OrdfaiaiMe pertai^i^ to ametMl- 
ments. More detaited uiformttkn is available in the 
Deptf tnKnt of Plannu^. 

II. 

Motion oi tl» Pkntung Commission of the Oty oi Virginia 

BeMh to ametMl and reordain Articfe 2, Sectkn 201, of tlw 

COB^pretensive Zoid^ Ordfannoe peitaMf^toyvtfe. More 

(fetaUed uiformatkn a w^idal^ in tte Deptftment of 

Planning. 

12. 

Motion of the Ptam^af Conmission of the Oty of ^g^i 
Beadi tOM^nd odreaittin Artk^ 2,^xtim 220, of tte 
Conv^^ehcMfve Zoning Qrdtnawx pertuiung to procedural 
reguirenmMs. Kfore detalM iafarmatkn is av^U^ in the 
DepartiMnt of Maimtag. 



VIRGINL^: In the Qerk's 
Office of the Orcuit Court of 
the Oty (rf Virginia Beach on 
the 20th day of March, 1978. 
Charles H. Spelts, 
Complainant 
.v. 

Danice C. Spelts, 
Defendant. 

In Chancery 
Na 076-1156 

NOnCB 

To:DanioeC Spelts 
Cdony TraUer Park 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Notice is hereby given 
that depositions wilf be 
taken fai the above styled 
chancery cause presently 
pending in the Orcuit Court 
of the dty of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, before R. Stanley 
Hudghis, commissioner in 
chancery, at his law office at 
1102 First uid Merchuas 
Bank BuUdIng, Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia, the 14th day of AprU, 
1978, at 2:30 P.M. Said 
depositions will be taken to 
be read u evidence in the 
heretdbre referred to chan- 
dtry anise wherein Chartes- 
H. Spehs is oompkdnant and. 
Danice C. SpeUs is defend- 
ant. 

You are Airther notified 
that if the taUng of the 
aforesaid depositions be not - 
commenced, or if commen- 
ced but not concluded, at the 
tuife and pUce herein 
stated, the taking of sune 
shidi be conthiued by the 
commiisioner in chancery to 
such tune and place as may 
then and there be deter- 
ndned whithout trntbet no- 
tice to any party. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant has moved her 
resident shice commence- 
ment oi this suit and has 
felled to advice the Oerk at 
this Court ct her intended 
future residence; that due 
diUgenoe has been used by 
and on behalf of the com- 
pUinant to locate the de- 
fendant, but without suc- 
cess; that the defendantt 
present post office address 
is unknown; and that the 
defendant^ last known post 
office address was Colony 
TraUer Pvk, ^gfaiia 
Beach, Virgfaifai, It is accor- 
dingly ORDERED that this 
Notke be puMshed once a 
week for two successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beadi 
Sun, a newsp^ier having a 
general drculttion in the 
Oty of Virgmla Beadi, Vir- 
gmla. 



A copy-teste: John V, Fen- 
tress, Oerk 

By Patti A. Keenehan, D.C 
RusseU R. StaUard, p.q. 
219 KfiUtvy Orcle East 
BuOding 
Norfolk, Virgtaia 23S02 

VBS 2t 3/294/5 



Virginia: In the Orcuit 
Court Oerk's Office oi the 
Oty of Virginia Beach on 
this 22 day of March, 1978. 
Re:' Adoption of lames WiU- 
iam Ross, III and Tera Jean 
'Ross, iniknts > 
By: James WiUlttn Ross, 
Jr., and Audrey Bernadine 
Harris Ross, his wife 

ORDER 

The object of this suit Is to 
secure the adoption of 
James WiUiam Ross, III , 
and Tera Jean Ross, infents 
by James WUUam Ross, Jr., 
and Audrey Bernadine 
Harris Ross, his wife. Pet- 
tioners pray that a final 
order of adoption be entered 
in the above styled adoption 
allowing the adoption; that 
the mother oi said children, 
Cardyn Laverhe Rots, re- 
sides at 2749 26th Avenue, 
Apartment C, Oakland, Qd- 
ifornia, and her consent 
appears to be unobtainable 
and 

IT IS THEREFORE ORD- 
ERED that the said Cardyn 
Laverne Ross do an>ear 
before this Court on or 
—before May 12, 1978 sub- 
_sequent to due pubUcatlon of 
this order and do what is 
necessary to protect her 
interest hi this ivooeeding; 
and 
- IT IS FURTHER ORD- 
ERED that this order be 
pubUshed once a week far 
four successive weeks in the 
Virghiia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper having general dr- 
cuUUion hi the dty of Vfar- 
ginia Beach, Virghiia. 

A copy teste: John V.Fen- 
tress, Oerk 
~ By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 
Alexander P. Smith, 
counsel. 

Smith and Owens, 
1412 Marithne Tower, 
NorfoUc, Virghiia. 23510 

VBS-3/29, 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 
4t 



LEGAL 

Ple«e take notice that on 
the (29th) day df March, 
1978, the undersigned wU 
^9ty to the Virgjnia Afco- 
iKflc Beven«e Oontrd 
Board for a retaU Ucense to 
seU Beer am) Wine far off 
premises consumption M 
Mfttle Gray T/A Oray^ 
Grocery, W^ Bladnmer 
Rd., VirgMa BeacA, Va. 
23457. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk^ Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Oty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

16th day of March, 1978. 

Marion SphieUi Moore 

Llanos, 

Plafaitiff, 

against 

Carlos G. Llanos, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is to 

olHahi a (Uvorce a vhKuto 

.matrunonU from the sidd 

defendant, upon the grounds 

of (fesertkm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and ffied that doe 
dU^enoe has been wed by 
and on behalf of the iHaintiff 
to ascertain in what coiutty 
or dty the defendaitt is, 
without effect It Is or^red 
that he (to appat on or 
before the 8th of Mqr, 1978, 
and do what may be 
iwoessary to i»otMt his 
iitterest in this sutt. 



Nfyrtk Gray, Owner, 
VBS 3/29, 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. KeeMhn, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Vhgfaya L.COdu'an 
Sidte 201, 
Kempsvflle Ptaza Office 

VIrgBria Beadi. VA.23462 



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Virginia Bdacti Public Notlcet cont'd 



Virginia: In the Clerk's Off- 
ice of the Circuit Court of 
the aty of Virginia Beach, 
OT the 15th day of Nfarch, 
1978. 

In re: Adoption erf Iiifant 
Boy, David Allen R<«ers, 
Jr., to be named David 
Allen Owens 

By: Rupert Gene Owens and 
Anne Huneke Owens, 
Petitioners 



TO: David Allen Rogers, Sr. 
c/o Alexander D. Rogers 
3449 Norway Avenue 
Roanoke, Virginia 



In Chancery 
#CT8-371 



ORDER 

This day came Rupert 
Gene Owens and Anne Hun- 
eke Owens, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is toeflect 
the adoption of the above 
named infant, David Allen 
Rogers, Jr. by Rupert Gene 
Owens and Anne Huneke 
Owens, husband and wife, 



and afSdavit having been 
made and filed that David 
Allen Rogers, Sr., a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, the last 
known post office address 
being: c/o Alexander D. 
Rogers, 3449 Norway Ave- 
nue, Roandce, Virginia, 



It is therefore Orderecf 
that the said David Allen 
Rogers, Sr. appeal' before 
this Court on or before the 
5th day of May, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude toward 
the prc^KJsed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is neces- 
sary to protect his interest 
in this matter. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court <rf the City <rf 
Virginia Beach. VA, on the 
10th day of March, 1978. 

Vito Qark Mirador, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Debbie Ann Mirador, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce. a vinculo 
matrimonii from' the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an afRdavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 744 Stonehurst 
Road, South, Jacksonville, 
Florida 32211 it is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
■ before the 1st of May, 1978, 
and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest 
in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jc*n V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy C lerk. 

Wade P. Bettis, Jr. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 

. VBS-3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/5 






A copy teste: 

J dim V. Fentress, Qerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C 



B. Qomwell. Jr. 



Robert 

p.q. 

Guy, aomwell, Betz, Smith 

& Dickerson 

Attorneys at Law 

Suite 525 Pembroke One 

Building 

Virginia Beach, Virgtaia 

23462 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk^ Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty ai 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

15th day of March. 1978. 

Patricia Elizabeth Switzer 

Stultz, 

Plaintiff. 

Jack Randall Stultz. Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation puru 
ant to section 20-91(9)(a) 
Code of Virginia. 

And an affidavit having 
been niade and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
(rfthe State of Virginia, the 
last known pott (rffice add- 
ress being: 1130 S.E. Bay- 
wood Driv^. Palm ^y, Flo- 
rida 329C» H is ordeud tteil, 

the 5th (rfMay, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect bds interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-tester John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty, Qerk 

Timothy W. Findiem p.q. 
Suite 311, 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



the Southern prc^erty litoe, running a distance erf 148.66 feet 
along the East side of MacDonald Road and runninf around 
a curve a distance of 44.54 feet. Said parcel contains .6 acre. 
(Indian River Estates Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

4. 

Subdivision V^iance: Appeal from DecUions of Administra- 
tive Offiars in regard to certain elements (rftlw Subdivision 
Ordinance, Subdivbion for David A. Martin. ?'<»««)[ 
located on the West side of Charhy Neck Ro«l. 2887 ftet 
North of Nawney Geek Road. Plats with more detaUed 
information are available in the Department <rf Planning. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of Admnistra- 
tive Officers in regard to certain elements of the SubiUvisioo 
Ordinance. Subdivision for the Estate of W. W. Oiver. 
Property located at the Southeast intersection of wunart 
Road and North Witchduck Road. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

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Petition of Lassiter and Associates. Inc., for a Oiange oi 
Zoning District Qasslflcatlon from B-1 Business-Residential 
District to A-1 Apartment District on certain property 
beginning at a point 150 feet North of the intersection of 
Uvcl Green Boulevard and Drew Drive, running a distance 
of 375 feet along the Western property line, running a 
distance of 86 fleet along the Northerii property line, running 
a dutance of 531.17 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 138.89 feet along the North side of 
Level Green Boulevard, running a distance of 150 feet more 
or less in a Northwesterly direction and running a distwice 
of 180 feet more or less in a Westerly direction. Said parcel 
contains 2.508 acres. (Level Green Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH 



Petition of John T. Kelly, Jr., ETALS, f6r a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from R-5 Residential DUtrict 
to B-2 Community-Business District on certain property 
located at the Southeast Intersection of Princess Anne Road 
and Baxter Road, running a distance (rf 208.37 feet along the 
East side of Princess Amie Road, running a distance of 
1241.09 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance <rf 160.38 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 288 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 239.6 feet In a Northwesterly direction, running 
a distance (rf 145.20 feet in a Northeasterly direction, , 
running a distance of 290 feet In a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 394.92 feet along the South side <rf 
Baxter Road, running a distance of 367.87 feet in a 
Sotheasterly direction, running a distance of 550.10 feet In a 
Westerly direction, running a dlstance^of ^04.50 feet to a 
Northwesterly direction and running a distance w 76.71 feet 
along the South side (rf Baxter Road. Said parcel contams 8.68 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

8. 

Petition of Quneron A. Munden. ETALS, for a Change of 
Zo^ Dlstrfct Classification from AO-1 Agrlcukural 
District to V-^^<|^mmunlty-Bustoess IMstrict on certdn , 
property located on the West side of Oceana Boulevard 
beginning at a potot 1500 feet Soittli of Harpers Road, 
running a distance of 239.M feet along the West side of 
Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 200.45 feet along 
the Southern property line, runnuig a (Ustance (rf 210 feet 
more «r kss aloa« the Western property line and runidng a 
y'etmce of 196.45 feet alom ttte'Mtalidirii^^piop»rt9liJ|Bil 
Said parcel contains 1 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



P«Utl(w of Wekh Pile I^lvlng Corporation for i Change (rf 
ZodBg Distrits Chssificatkm from R*8 Resldem^ District 
to B-2 Community-Buslnets I^trkt on oertn^i^operty 
lotted at the Nartim^t bttersectkn of Baxter RoM, ami 
^^a Electric and l^ower Company begtaudng at a pdfatt 
l^Ffeet more or kss West (rf Independence Boukvard, 
n^lng a distance of 3S4.7 feet along the North skk of 
BntcT Road, ruu^ a Stance of 483.58 feet dong the 
Western property Une, rimning^ a distance (rf 394.70 feet 
aki4 the Norttern iwoperty line and runmi^ a dtotanoe of Awrficatlonof John Davul far a Conditional Use Permit for 



located at tte Southeast totersectlon of HoOawl Road aod 
Keener Lane, runidns a datance of 22S fiECt dong the South 
side of HoUmd Rofyl. runnlm a dutmoe of 145 feet In a 
Southwesterly directkin, running a distance of 1523 feet m a 
Soutteasterty directkn, runnmg a distance of 122 feet to a 
Southwesterly direction, running a dlstaiK* at 430.7 feet 
aaB$ the Southern property line wid runnli* a distance of 
245 feet along the East side erf Keener Lane. Said parcel 
contains 1.8 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



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NOTICE OT PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hdd a PubUc 
Hearing on Tuesday, April 11, 1978, U 12K)0 Noon to the 
Council Chambers of the Administration Bulding, Princess 
Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, Virginia. The fottowlng 
application will appear on the agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
QTY OOUNQL ON JANUARY 13, 1978: 

1. 

Petition of Roger H. A J. Beverky Sawyer for a Oiange of 
Zoning District Classification from AO-1 Agricultural 
District to I-l Light Industrial Dlstrkt on oertato property 
located on the South side of London ftldge Road begtonlng 
at a point 305 feet more or less East of SUrm Oorner Road, 
running a distance of 1148.21 feet along the South side of 
London Bridge Road, running a distance of 1383.23 feet to a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 423.3 feet m 
a Southeasterly direction, running a dlstuKX of 77^.80 feet 
in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 1783.2 
feet along the Western property Itoe, running a distaiKX (rf 
344.24 feet in an Easterly Section, running a distance of 
292.38 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance 
of 345.18 feet in a Southeasterly direction and running a 
dlstuice (rf 1294.22 feet in a Northeasterly (UrMtka. Sdd 
parcel (xntains 87.87 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BCXIOUGH. 



Ai^sUcation (rf Sun Oil Company of Pennsyhranla for the 
dlscoitttouance, closure and alwiKlonmeitt of a portion of 
(M Providence Road on certam i»^operty located at the 
Southwest totersectlon of Indian River Road ad Provkknoe 
RomI, runmng a (tistance (rf 209.12 feet to a Wnterly 
Dlre(«lon,rttnning a dbtuce irf 50^ feet to a Soirtber^ 
dlreaioo, running aroimd a curve^ to a Southewter^ 
direction a distanx of 130 feet more of l»s, running a 
distance (rf 1 15 feet a»3re or kss to a Northeaster^ direction 
ai8l running arounl a curve to a Northwesterly dlreakn a 
distance (rf 32 feet more or kss. Sakl parcel contuns .289 
aares more or less. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

raraRRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION ON 
FEBRUARY 14, 1978: 



Apf^M^m of ^ginia Be^ Robo, Inc., for a Conditional 
Uw tumM lor an autora(rfNk servke iittkja and off wash 
fed^yf* an oertato iffoperqr loa^td at the SontheMt 
M^^tta of UnMaa Rivw Road ud MacDonald Road, 
j« At^tt of 19$M tm alo^ the South dde of 
i^« Roni, nmni^ a (tatuee of 190 fi^t iAa« the 
Jtet^^^erty Mm, runm^ a dbtaace of 117 feet akng 



Petition (rf Quneron A. Munden, ETALS, for a Chaoge of 
Zooign INstrict Classification from AO-1 Agricuhurd 
District to R-8 Residential District on cert'ato property 
located 196.45 feet West of Oceana Boulevard beginniag at a 
potot 1400 feet more or kss South of Harpers Road, running 
a distance oC 732.06 feet along the Eastern property line, 
runntog a distance of 220.29 feet to a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 210.94 feet to a Southeaster- 
ly direction, running a distance of 477.61 feet along the 
Southern property Itoe, running a distance (rf 892.01 feet 
along the Western property Itoe and running a distance of 
339.82 feet along tte Northern property line. Said parcel 
contains 9.7 acres. PRINCESS ANNE B0R0UC9L 

10. 

Petition (rf Southeastern Vlrglma Investors ai^ Ckmeron 
and Evelyn A. Mui^n for a Change (rf Zoning District 
Classification from AOl Agricultural Dlstrkt to R-5 
Residential DattvO. on certato i^operty begtonlng at a potot 
4230 feet Southwest of the totersection (rf Harpers Road and 
London Bridge Road, running a distance of 2960 feet more or 
less along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
360 feet to a Southeasterly direction, running a distance (rf 
780 feet to an Easterly direction, running a distance of 970 
feet more or kss akng tlM Eastern ivopety line, running a 
distance of 30dl.2O feet along the Southern property liiw and 
runntog a distance of 1525.23 feet along the Western 
iwoperty line. Said parcel contains 1 12.80 acres more or kss. 
PRINCESS ANNE BCHIOUQH. 

11. 

Petition (rfSottheastern Virginia Investors and Cameron A. 
and Evelyn A. Munden for a Change of Zooing Dlstrkt 
Classification from R-3 Residential Dlstrkt to R-5 Resi- 
dential IXstrkt on certato property beginninf at a point 3820 
feet' more or kss Southeast of the intersection of Ibrpers 
Road and Loodon ftldge Road, running a distance of 625 
feet UKve or kss along the Eastern property line, running a 
dlstaiwe of 790 feet akng the Southern property Une, 
running a distance of 360 fieet along the Western property 
line ami runofaig a distai^e of 1100 feet more or kss akng 
the Northern property Itoe. Saki parcel cootalns 10.8 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

12. 

Petition of WiUowood Hotdtog Corporttkn for a OMOge of 



300 feet aloi^ the Eastern property Une. Sdd parcel 
coBtains 4 acres more or Ins. (Kempsvilk Meadows Area). 
KDMPSVIUJB BOROUCHi 

li. 

Petition (rf Mvc Jaoobson for a Change of Zoning District 
QMsificatloB from I-l L^ht Industrtol Distrkt to B-2 
Gommunlty Business District on certdn property located at 
the Southeast corner oi Newtown Road and Anowhead 
Road, running a (Ustai^e of 160 feet more or kss idong the 
S^h side of Arrowhead Road, runntog a dlstaiMC of 187.95 
feet along the Eastorn ^operty Une. rtuming a distance of 
2S0 feet more or kss akng the Southern property Une ud 
itAning a distance of 132 feet more or less akng the East 
•Me of Newtown Road; Said parcel contains .71 acre. 
fCBMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

16. 

Petition of Seven B Company for a Change of Zoning District 
Cbissificatlon from R-8 Residential I^trit^ to A-1 Apart- 
ment Distri^ on certato property located on tiK East side of 
Ewell Road beginidng tt a potot 800 feet North of Baxter 
tUihd, running a distance of 381 feet along the Eut skk of 
Bwell Road, running a dlstaine of 730 feet akng the 
Northern property Une, running a distance of 381 feet akng 
the Eastern property Itoe and running a distai^e of 730feet 
akng the Southern property Une. Said parcel contains 10 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

17. 

Petition of Robert R foaithwalte, Jr., for a Change of 
Zoning Distrkt Oassificatkn from I-l Light Industrkl 
District to B-2 Goaununity-Buslness District on oertato 
property tocated on the West sid^ (rf South Birdneck Road 
begtolng at a potot 1300 feet more or less North of BeUs 
Road, runntog a distance of 1027.83 feet along the West skle 
of South Hrdneck Road, running a distance of 1 179.60 feet to 
t Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 1330.21 feet 
to a Northwesterly directkn, running a distance of 1700 feet 
along the Western p'operty Une and running a distance of 
1334.32 feet dong the Southern property Uiw. Saul parcel 
oontatos 43.83 aaes. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

18. 

Petition of Pidetity American Propertks, Inc., for a Change 
of Zoning Dlstrkt Classification from R-8 Residential 
Dlstrkt to B-2 Oommunlty-BusliKss Dlstrkt on certato 
Iffoperty located on the East skle (rf Urchto Road beginidng 
at a potot 130 feet more or kss South of Shore Drive, 
running a distan(;e of 30 feet along tlK East side of Urchto 
Road, running^ a distance of 150 feet along the S(}uttern 
property Une, running a distance of 30 fleet akng the 
Butern property Une |uid running a distaooe of ISO §ijt 
along the Northern property Une. Saki parcel cootaini 10 
square feet. LYNNHAVEN BOROUKSL 

, OONDmONAL USE PERMIT: 

19. 

AppUcation of Graydon Banks WaUcer and I^yld KfidittI 
Ascher for a Conditional Use Permh fbr a jet ski rental on 
certato property located on the North skk of Laskto Rosd 
beginning at anoint TU feet. East of Otok Drhre, ruimiiig a 

runntog a d&tanc^ of 122.83 feet to- i Norfbef^" dilN^itti<"^ 
running a distance of 105 feet to a Northeaster^ direction, 
running a distance of 99.31 feet to a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance (rf 152.20 feet to a Southwest- 
erly directkn and running a distance of 124.43 feet to a 
Southerly directkn. Said parcel oontatos .469 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUCHi 

20. — 

y^ifdkatlon of E. V. WOUams Company, Inc., for a 
(jooditional Use Permit to operate a barrow pit on certato 
proeiffty tocated on the Sooth skk of Indian River Road 
beginning at a potot 1259.32 feet West of KempsviUe Road, 
riuning a distance of 494.11 feet along the South skk of 
Indian River Road, runntog a distance of 297.28 feet to a 
Southerly direction, running a (Ustance of 600 feet to a 
hkrthwesterfy direction, running a distance of 629.40 feet to 
a Souther^ direction, runntog a (Ustamx of 548.70 feet to a 
Westerly direction, runntog a dktance of 165.30 feet to a 
Southerly direction, runntog a distance of 355.10 feet to a 
WMterly direction, running a distance of 470.38 feet to a 
Southerly dfrectkn . runntog a (Ustance (rf 127.21 feet to a. 
Westerly Section, runntog a distance of 470.38 feet to a 
Southerly directkn, runntog a dbtance of 127.21 feet to a 
Wester^ directkn, runhtog a distance of 480.24 feet to a 
Northwesterly directi(n, running a distance of 193.92 feet to 
a Northerly direction, runntog a distance of 397.60 feet to a 
Westerly dfarection, running a dktanoe of 1791.43 feet to a 
Southwesterly directkn. running a distance of 2820.32 feet 
in a Stntheasterly direction, runntog a distance of 1014.21 
feet In a NorthcMterly dlreakn, runntog a distance of 
391 J8 feet to a Northwesterly dlreakn, runmng a cUstanoe 
of 1019.04 feet to a Northeasterly directkn, numing a 
distance of 224.94 feet to a Southeasterly direction, running 
a distance of 1874.75 feet to a Northeasterly direction, 
rundiv a dktnaoe (rf 818.41 feet to a Northwesterly 
diccakn and'nmning a distance of 409.37 feet to a 
Nortiieasterty directkn. Saki parcel contains 183.272 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

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Apfticatkn of Ralph and Judy MooMy for a ComUtknal Use 
Permit for horses Cor hire and bo«(&« on certato property 
lodtfed on tte West skk of Seaboard Road begiiming at a 
poiM 6336 feet South ai Leroy Drive, nmnlng a dktuoe of 
31 feet more or kss akng the West skk of Seabovd itoad, 
rui^i a (ttitiDoe of 2931.72 feet to a Southw^terfy 
direcitiaD, rumi^ a dbtance of 443 Jl fe«t to a NorthwMt- 
erly (beakn, rumdng a dbtaace of 1634.38 feet to a 



bkyck, raft. umJireUa and beadi <*^ remids on certam 
property located on the East side of Atlantk Avenue, 100 
feet South of 18th Street on property of Dolphta Atwater 
Itoel. Said parcel contains 7500 square feet. VIRCHNL\ 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

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Apfriicatkn of Vlrgtoia Beach Cammrounds. Inc.(KOA), for 
a Conditional Use Permit for a l^foot by 5-foot sign on. 
certato property located on the West side of Sooth ffirdneck 
Road begfau^ at a potot 531.61 feet North (rf Belb Road, 
runntog a Stance of 132 feet more or kss akng the West 
skk of South BlrdMck Road, runntog a distance of 735.37 
feet along the Northern i»operty Une, runntog a distance ai 
132.90 feet along the Western pr(verty Une and runntog a 
distance (rf 723.93 feet along the Southern property Itoe. 
Sakl parcel oontatos 2.377 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

AppUcation of Welch PUe Driving Corporation for a 
Qndltlonal Use Permit for a bulk storage and buikUng 
contr«:tor's yard on certato property located at the 
NortlMast toteryection of Baxter Road and Vlrglma Ekctrlc 
and Power Ompany Power Line beginning at a point 1330 
feet more or kss West of Independence Boukvard, running 
a distance of 354.7 feet along the North side of Baxter Road, 
running a distance (rf 483.38 feet alongthe Western property 
Une, running a distance of 394.70 feet along the Northern 
property Une and rimntog a (Ustance of 500 feet along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 4 acres more or 
kss. (Kempsvffle Meadows Area). KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 



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Aiqdkation of Robert H. Bralthwalte, Jr.. for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a golf course, driving range, mtototure golf 
course and reaeatlonal buUding on certato property located 
on the West side of South Birdneck Road beginning at a potot 
1300 feet more or ksS North of BeUs Road, running a 
distance (rf 1027.83 feet along the West side (rf South 
Birdneck Road, runmng a distance (rf 1179.60 feet to a 
Southwesterly direction, runntog a distance of 1530.21 feet 
to a Northwesterly dlrectkn,runnlng a distance of 1700 feet 
along the Western property Une and running a distance of 
1334.32 feet along the Southern property Une. Sakl parcel 
contains 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
28. 

Apirficatlon (rf prtocess Anne Corp.. T/A Prtocess Anne 
Memorial Park, Inc., for a conditional Use Permit to operate 
a cemetery, mausoleum, c(4umbarlum, chqxl, administra- 
tive offices and equipment matotenance and storage on 
certato property located on the East side of North Great 
Neck Road begtolng at a potot 950 feet more or kss North of 
Inlynnvkw Road, running a distance of 912 feet akng the 
East side of North Great Neck Road, running a distance of 
1465 feet alonx the Northern property Une. runntog a 
distance (rf 758.30 feet along the Eastern property Une and 
running a distaOce of 1667 feet along the Southern property 
Une. Said parcel contains 31 acres. LYNNHAVEN W3k- 
OUGH 
29. 
AppUcatkn of The Congregtiion of Hope Lutheran Church 

;1?o|Jrt?3^cytt?Jffi Sde*af*^^Sce'^'*rf'<i; 
Retocated beginning It a pdk ^.79 fefct EtOt of BnftiP -^ 
Drive, running a distance of 280 feet mere or less along the - ^'^ 
North side of ProvideiKX Road iCelocated. runntog a > 

distance of 301.51 feet akng the Northern i^operty Une and ^ 
running a distance of 709.88 feet along the Western property ^^^^ 
Une. Sakl parcel contains 5.23 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
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Zoning I^trkt OBssiflcatkn from A-1 Apartmem Dtotrkt Westerly (bectkn, runiring a ^**^J5|JJ5'Xi?X £-! 
to A-3ApartinemKstrirt on certrin property tocated on the " ^ --*-'' '* ' -«-* -*«4^9'»9«.-* 

Southsi^ of Gom Hidl I^ive heginntog at a point 212.93 lieet 
East of Ocettia Boukvwd. running a Stance of 430.94 feet 
akng the Northern property Um of whkli 1« iwt k the 
South sMe of Gmm Hril Drive, rum^ a distance of 327 feet 
akng the Eastern i^'operty Une, runntog a distance of 327.02 
feet akng the Sonttern prc^erty Une and runi^ a 
dlstnoe of 230 f^ akng the Western property Une. Sakl 
panel coittafaa 2.5 acra. (Gnnn Hdl Mmor Arei^. 
PRINCSSS ANNE BOROUGH. 



Northwesterly dkeiftkn. riaudng a dktMioe of 13^.^ feet 
in im Easterly ittredkn, mm^ a distmioe of 687.41 ilMt to 
a N^hwMtwIr dfrectkn, runntog a (Stance of 487.96 feet 
in a Horth^M^ ^Mtion, runntog • distance of 1138.96 
feet fai a Sootheaiter^ (irectkn, rwudng a distance of 
lOSitlSl^toa^krtheasterty Aectkn, rno^ig adistaMe 
of 7ISJ7 ^ to a SoittbeMter^ <&:ectko nd numii^ a 
distance of 1^0.12 feet to a Northeasterly (Urectkn. Sakl 
l^ori emmm ^ J acres. FimOO WCmf ><«. 



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13. 

Petitkn of St. Ste|4ieason Holiness Qmt^ for a Change of 
Zoning Distrkt Oasslfictfkn from I-l L^ ladostrial 
Itetrkt to A-4 ApartmcM Dtotrfct on fxtu^ property 
kcated 13» feet North^^ of Beamttil Street begfamtag tt a 
pofatt 910 feet West of Sorth fSsia6(k Road, rannto| a 
dstnux of 640 feet ^ng the Soirthern i^operty %» 
nmidng a dktance of ^ feet more or kss akng the 
Wwtern j>r(¥erty Une, ruH^ a (Hstmioe of 7y feet m ore 
or less dang tte ffcrawm propwy Wv^rnvsmm a 
^bumce of 440 feet more or kss akng the BMtem property 
Une. Sdd p»e«l eoB^aSm f acres nwre or l»s. LYNWIA- 
VENB0R01K3H. 



ADdkatko of Bxx<n Oorporatkn 

PeSfcr aBaataaoMe Mnftoe •tation on «nm pri^ij 

1^ « the iSSrest httersectkn of HoDaad load wd 

'^^ltt£™«tag a (a.t«« of 1S5 f^J^^ 
JSSSof HoBaBdRoad. rmatag a(totanocof ^.77 fwt 

.!?*?WiS^waBerty Ma^ ^^m a (Uitanoe of U5 

J ! J^ 2a 77 1^ akBg the West sWe of Soirth Pha 
TrSf^^cefc^ .91 acre. KEMPSVILLE 

Atntotknof Stanwood DWanaa Ihr a QndWooal Use 
Fei«kforaautomoMk servke statkn on certato prop«ty 



30. 

Abdication of Trustees. ThaUa United Methodist Church far 
a Qndltlonal Use Permit far a chur(di on certato property 
located at the Southwest coriwr of >%gink Beach 
Boukvard ami Fir Avenue, runntog a distance of 641 feet 
akng the South side of Vlrglma Beach Bookvard.runnmg a 
distance of 250 feet more or kss akng the Western property 
Une, r unning a distance of 510 feet akng the Southern 
property Une and nmnlng a distance of 204 feet along tlK 
West side of Fir Avenue. Said parcel contains 3 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

31. 

Anrficatlon of Arthur J. ami Margaret H. Newton. Jr.. far 
the duconttouance, closure and ahandonmem of a portion (rf 
Ash Avenue beginning at a potot 273 feet North of BooiKy 
Road and runiung to a NortlMrly direction a distance of 315 
feet to the Southern boun^U7 of the Southern Railway 
right-of-way. Saki street is 60 feet to width and contains .43 
acre. Plats with more detaikd information are availid)k to 
the Department of Pknning. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

32. 

Apirfkatlon of First Oolomal Qvk League, Incorporated far 
the (Usconttouance, (^ure and sAwndoment of a portion of 
Lmdsley Drive beginning on the North skk of W(Xiknare 
Road and runnii^ to a Northerly direction to the Southern 
boundary Une of lot 4 as shown on the i^ entltkd 
'%ub(Uvision of Property of Vernon E. and Margaret I. 
Moore" dated August 4, 1977, and recorikd to Deed Book 
1641, I^e 7^ to the Office of the Oerk of Or^t Court. 
Ptats with nuare (ktaikd tofornmtkn are avaOiMe to the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BCHtOUGH. 

AMENm^lENTS: 



33. 

Motion of the Pkmiing Commission (rf tlM Qty of Virguda j'>!.<< 
BeaditoameiidMidreordatoArtkde4,Sectkn^l(c),ofthe u-^i* 
Comprehensbe Tas^ Ordimmce pertatolng to moi^ '.-•^ 
homes. More detidkd toformatkn to avdiabk to the iffi 
Departmeitt of Pkmitog. 

34. '■ •: 
Motion of tte PUuudng Commkslon of the Oiy<t l^ginia .. >« 
Bei^ to ameml ami reordi^ Sectkn 4.1(m) of the ^' V 
Subdhriskn Or«Unaiwe relating to str^t right-of-way 
wMUtf. More detaUid Inlbrmatton is avaitaMe to the . , 
Deptttmem of Ptamung. '.f*^ 

35. rO 
Motkn of the Pkmdng Oommisskn of the Qty of Wginto 
BnIa touneiKl and reordata Artlde 10, Secthn 1001, of the Xi 
Oonqjreheuive Zoning Ordinaaoe pertidiri^ to use reg^ <c^^, T 
tltns far s(d»ob. More tktaOed tafanmAn^aviMde to Ki"\ 
the DeiMfftmem of nai^v- ' *: 









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nats wtth more detaik(l tofaroudon on the above 
anrfkttku we av^d^ to the Departmeai of Plai^iv. 

All toerested person are to^vfted to tttend. 

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/irgkila Beach Public Noticas cont'd 



NOnCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

TUB Virginia Beach Board of Zomof Appeals wffl 
ondttct a Public Hearim on Wednesday, ApiU 19, 
1978, at 7'JO P.M. in the CoimcU OiaB^rs, 
Administration BuiUbii, h«fcinidpal Oenter, Virsinia 
J|each, Virginia. IlK ftlkwint qjplicatians wQl ^}pear 
on the agenda. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. (Deferred March 1, 1978). Diverse Sales, Inc. 
requests a variaiux of S signs to 11 signs insteiA of 6 
sigia u allowed on Parcel 19, Airport Industrial Park, 
3498 Ward Court. Bayside Borough. 

2. (Deferred AprU 5, 1978). Trustees of Vfrginia 
Beach Lodge No. 274, A.F. and A. M. by Ross 
P.Wible, Oiairman, Trustees, requests a variance cS 
l.S fbet to a 3.5 foot front yard setback instead of 3 
feet as required (Arctic Avenue) and (rf 2 feet to a 3 
foot rear yard setback instead of 3 feet as required ami 
of 7 feet to a 3 foot side y vd setback (20th Street) 
instead of 10 feet as required for a buHdii^ over IS 
feet but under 30 feet in height on Lots 1, 3 and 3 and 
10 feet (rfLot 7, Bkxdc44, Virginia Beach Development 
Company, 2000 Arctic Avenue.Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

3. (Deferred April 3. 1978). Aberdeen Barn by 
Baldwin and Gregg, Ltd. requests a variaiue of 16 
on-site pv king spaces to 76 parking spaces instead oi 
92 park^ spaces as required (restaurant) and to 
allow a perinwter driveway in a portion ot the 10 foot 
rear yard setback where proi^ted on Lot A, A.M. O. 
Corporation, Independence Boufevyd. Bayside 
Borough. 

4. (Deferred March 22, 1978). John S. Waller 
requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 foot front yard 
setback instead (^20 feet as required and of 3 feet to a 
3 foot side yard (west property line) instead of 8 feet 
as required on Lot 6 aoA southern half of Lot 3, Blodt 
9, Sectkn E, Cape Henry, 6900 69th Street. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. William R. Yates requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recrettional equipment in front of a 
building instead (rf behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 23, Blodc O, 
Section U Point O^oods, 2104 Pallets Court. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

2. Master Auto Service Corporation requests a 
variance of 48 square feet of sign area for a total of 
1000 square feet of sign area instead of 932 square feet 
Of sign area (368 square feet allowed sign area, 384 
square feet nonconforming sign area) as miw existing 
and of 1 sign to 7 signs instead of 6 signs (3 allowed, 1 
noooonforming) as now existing^ on Parcel B, 
Subdivision (tf Property (tf W. E. Witt, Dated 4-9-63,, 
Princess Ann Plaza ^ea, 3283 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. M^. and Kfrs. J. C Addington, Jr. request a 
variuce of 16 feet to a 14 fi^ t;tgiji» 
instea^qm ftf ^l^pd^^gffa^» 
totheiA^MtticQffinf^) OBLot 1, Bio 
E, Q^r Henry, 7016 Oocanfront. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 




4. John S. Waller requests a variance to dlow 
parking in the required 10 foot setback where 
probibited when commercial zoning a4ioins apartment 
zoidng (south i^operty Um) on Ld 16. Maxey Manor, 
1943 Laskin RqkI. Lynnhaven Boriough. 

3. James C Nodto requests a variance of 2 feet to a 

6 foot side yard setback instead of 8 fe«t as reqtured 
(east side) on Lots 1 and 2, Block 17 Chesapeirice Park, 
4840 Bi^ Bridge Road. Bayside Borough. 

6. Robert S. Smith, Sr. requests a variance of 3 feet 
to a 3 foot rear y vd setbadc instead of 10 feet as 
required of Lot 20, Block 82, Section 7, Prnicess Anne 
Plaza, 316 Dodge Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. Frank E. Welter requests a variance of 8 feet to a 
10 foot side yard adjuent to a street (Qdvert Street) 
instead of 18 feet as required of Lot 12, Btodc 3, 
S^Aion G, Cape Henry SyiKlicate, 2370 Shore Ikive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Lyiwbilt CorporAioa by Wm. L. Shepheard, Sr., 
President, requests « variai^e of 20 feet to a 30 foot 
front yard setback instead dXhet as r»iuired and of 
3.3 feet In IwlhUiv he^t to 40.3 feet above grade 
instead of 35 feet in building height as allowed on Lot 
12,^ North Area. Section 1, Sandbri^e. SatMddkt 
Road. Princess AniK Borough. 

9. J. Panl Smith, Jr. by A.B.M. Oonstrw:tlon 
Cbrporation requests a varinioe of 20 feet toa 30 foot 
front yard setback instead of SO feet as reqnked on 
Lot 6, Tna C, Section 2, Sandbrid^e, 30!20 S. 
SandM^er Road. Princess Anne Borough. 

10. Atlaittic EnterfH-ises, Inc. by John W. Vakos 
re^iests a variance to allow parting itt a ratio of 1 
space per unh (134 units) instead of requirfaig 
i^ditioMl parkii^ for the meeting rooms and 
restaurant and to allow the iwrking spaces to be 8 feet 
wide instMd<tf 9 feet wide as requked and toallow Uk 
aisle wkhh to be 20 feet wkle mstead of 22 fi»t as 
r^ioired for parldmat a90degrM ugteandtoaaow 
vatet parking where !»;dilUt^ on UXs 1 through 6. 
Modk 70, Yv^^Bmk Devek^Mnt Campmf ,39th 
and 30th Street and Mlantic Aveniw. Wgima Beadi 
Borough. 

11. tttty P. Loflin. Jr. requots a varhmce d 11 feet 
to a 19 foot froM y vd setback fautod of 30 feet u 
req^wi on Lot 12, S^tkn U Woo&todc Gove, S94S 
Woodhaven Ooifft. Km^vflte Bonii^. 

ii. J. C IMsUdD reqiKSts a varhWKx to aOow 
parktaf la the re«^ed 23 foot'iliba^ froai attreet 
nhm prohUtfld en Parcel 13A. Afrport loAatrlal 
Vuk, 1413 Ak RiQ Avenue. BaysMe ftroi«h. 

li Alen J«MS. Jr. requests a vwhmcc of 3 lN»t to a 

7 foot sUayard Mttacfc (west side) and sT 3 feet to a 7 
foet r»v yrird setbadc gstead d 10 feet ea^ m 
tmt^i*A « LoM 32 aad 33. ttxk 19, Oes^eake 
AA, SSm Land^^ Avenue. B^rsMe Bflroo^ 

14. Oonaete OarrMors, Im. bf Eric Ackenwi 
^piMta a vari^^ to waive tlMt tfdition a l p«|ita« 
qMGW for a aa^w^a^ ^xettioul e^er (teri^r 
tM^op trnnOm GCflier) to be a^umwA m an 
accessory to the ikttetaard i»rk (6 pvUng »pmm) on 
Pmi^4^ PMpwly «f Mhwt L. Boowy. 4M B, 
rKoad. Ke^MvBs terough. 



13. Robert H. and Qttd^ O- Gti^ reipiest a 
variant ^ 3 feet to a 5 foot rrar yaitf «eth«dE (^t 
side) instead ctf 10 feet m required of Lots 41, 43. 43, 
47, ^^ Block S3. Sha^tewn Heights. 843 Kenrndy 
Avenue. Vlrguibi Beach BoroUfh. 

16. Carl L. Hertder requests a vwiance <rf 3 feet to a 
7 foot rear yard setbKk instead ot 10 feet as required 
on Lot 6, Bkjck E. Laurel Cove, J316 Parkside Wace. 
Lynnluiven Borough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST APMAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 

W.L. Towers 
Secretary 
VBS 3/29, 4/5 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 



The Cjmmisskn of Game and Ink^ Fisheries at a oMeting 
held in Richmond. Virgtaiia, on February 24. 1978, ordered 
the foUowmg proposed diangn fai Its regulatians pursuant 
to Sections 29-123. 29-126 and 29-127 of the Code of Virginia. 
A pubhc hearing for tlw pwpose of adofithig sudi dianges 
win be held at the Holiday Inn-West. 3200 W. Brcwl Street, 
Rkduund, ^ginia. at 9:30 a.m., April 14. 1978. 

CHAPTER 2. In General (Game). 

Adopt a. new reguhuion to be numbered R2-8.3 as 
fottows: 

Except as otherwise ftmidcd in R6-2, R6-3, R6-3.1. R64 
and R6>11. the hunting and triq>ping seasons and bag Umits 
fa the G. Ridiard Thompson Wildlife Management Area 
and Sky Meadows State Park shall be the same as those for 
Fauquier County. , 



CHAPTER 8. For. 



Amend Reguktion RB-1 to read as follows: 



WggJABJAgJM^jWBDjmS^lj^^ 

The hag Ifanit fo' deer shall be one a day. two a Ikxnse 
year, either sex last eighteen hunting diqrs enly. in the 
counties of Lancaster. Northumberland and Richmond 
(south of Ughway 360). 



(a) It shaU be unlawftil to hunt feaes with dogs only hi 
the city of Newport News from February 1 through 
September 30, both dates inclusive. 

(b) It shall be unhiwfol to hunt fates with (fog* ob^ <» 
the George Washbigton National Forest ud on the 
Oathright. Gosl^n, Hghland and Littte North Moutfahi 
Wildlife Management Areas from February 1 through 
October 31. both dates inclusive. 

(c) It shall be unlawftil to hunt foxes whh dofs only tai 
the counties of Clarke, Fairfex (except that portion closed to 
di hunting), Fauquter (except withhi thit conflnes of the 
(^tico Marine Reservation) and Loudoim from ^U 1 
through August 31. both dates inclusive. 

(d) It shall be uidawAil to hunt fnes with dogs only hi 
ibe counties of Mai^. Botetourt. Buduman. Ctfroll, Qralg, 
Uckensan, Floyd. CMles. Grayson, Lee, Mantgamery, 
Pulaski. Roanoke. Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell. 
Washington, Wise and Wythe from December 1 through 
January 31, both dates indusive. 



Adept a new regulation to be numbered R8-2.1 to nad as 
follows: 

It shall be lawftd to hunt fbotes with guns from Deoenber 1 
through January 31. both dates taidusWe. hi the countlM of 
ttmd, Botetourt, CarroO. aaig. Dickenson, Floyd, Giles, 
Grayson, Montgomery. Putaski. Roanoke, RusseU, Scott. 
Smyth, TazeweU. WasUngton. Wise and Wythe. 



Adopt a new regulation to be numbered R2-9 to read as 
foOows: 

Any person ownhig a trq> shall be responsibte fior having 
it marked with his name and address. Such trap must be so 
marked except when witUn the dwclUng house trfthe owner 
(0ftlMtrm>. 

Adopt a new reguhaion to be numbered R2-12 to read as 
follows: 

It shall be unbiwfiil to set above the ground any connibear 
tr^> with a jaw spread m excess of five mches. 

CHAPTER 6. Deer. 
Amend Regtdation R6-S to riead m follows: 



The bag Ifanit for deer shall be one a license year, either 
sex the hut day only, in the counties (rf Alleghany. Augusta. 
Bathi Uand, Botetourt. Clarke. Oraig. FrankUn (except on 
Philpott Reservoir), Frederick, GUes, Grayson, Greene 
^cept on Riqiidan wn<Uife Management Area.), Henry 
(except on Fairystone WildHfe Management Area and 
PhQpott Reservoir), Mghland, Madison (except on Rapidan 
WildUfe htanagement Area), Page? Patridc (except on 
Fairystoiw Park. Fairystone Wildlife Management Area and 
Philpott Reservoir). Pubuki. Rockbridge. RocUngham. 
Slwnandoah, Warren and Wythe. 

Amend Regida$ion R6-S.2 to read as. foUows: 



Adopt a new regulation to be numbered R8-8.1 to read as 
foUows: 

It shall be lawfhl to ttap fooces from December 15 through 
January 31. both dates hidusive. m the counties of 
Accomack. Chtftes Qty. Essex. Gloucester, Iste of Wight, 
James Qty, Kfaig and Queen, Khig George, Kbig WDUam, 
Lancaster, Mtthews, NGddlesex. New KeiU. Northampton, 
Northumberhuul, Richmond, Southampton, Surry, West- 
iBoreiand and York; and in the dties of Chesqwake. 
Himptm. Newport News. Norfolk. Portsmouth, Suffolk 
(area formerly constitutfaig Nansemond County), and 
1%gfaiia Beach; and east of U.S. Route 93 hi the counties of 
Ovdine, Chesterfield. Fairfiuc. Greensville. Hanover. 
Henrico. Prfaice George. Prhice William, Spotsylvania, 
Stafford uid Sussex. 



Adopt a new regulation to be numbered R8-8.2 to read u 
foUows: 

It shall be lawftil to trap fofxes from December 1 through 
January 31, both <btes taiclusive, fai the counties of Uand, 
Botetourt. Buchanan. Carroll. Qaig. IXekenson, Floyd, 
CXtes, Grayson. Montgomery. PubuU. Roanoke, Russell, 
Scott. Smyth, Tazewell, WasUngton, Wise and Wythe. 




le do^,4l> the ooraties or Fakln, 



Adopt a new reguhttlon to be numbered ft&6 to read as 
fojtofws: 

# 
The bag Umit for dMr shall be one a Ucense y<Hff, either 
sex hut two Imntbig days on&, in the caunt^s of AJnherst 
(west of Route ^. Bedford, GuqriMll (west of Southern 
RaihoKD- Nelson (west <rfRoute 131) and Pittsylvania (west 
of Southern ^dhoad). 

Ameod Reguhttion R6-6.1 to read as follows: 



The bag Ifanit for deer shaO be one a day, two a license 
year, either wx «n the hut tlvM huntbg days only, ui the 
counties of Qilpeper, Fauquier (except on Chester F. Phe^ 
and Q. Ridord Thonyison Wildlife Mau«ement Areas, 
QuantlGO Marbw Reservittioe aiKl Sky Meadows State 
Park). Loudoun, hbthews. Orange. Ptukx William (except 
on (^Mntico Marfaie Iteservation and Ifarry Diunond 
Laboratory). Rappahannock.. Spotsylvania and Stafford 
(except on the Quantko Marfaie Reservatkn); and on Fort 
A. P. HOI (nonfanpact areas) and Fort Pickett. 

Amend Regulation R6-7 to read as follows: 

The bag limk for iteer shaD be one a day. two a Ikense 
ytat, either s« (taring the last twehre huntfaig days onfy. hi 
the counties of CucISm (except Fort A. P. Mil nonimpact 
areas), Essex, Ghaicester, King and Queen, Kii« George, 
King WOham. MIddtesex. Richmond (north of Highway 36(9 
and WMtaoreland; and on Fort A.P. HDl (fanpact areu) and 
Quantko llBrnie lUservtrtkn. 

Adopt a new regubttioB to be numbered R6-7. 1 to read as 
fellows: 



The bag Ifanit for deer shaO be one a ^y, two a Ucense 
yev . eithn sex the but two himtfaig <hQrs only, hi the 
couttles of Aodierst (east of Route 29). Quq^O (e«t of 
Soitttem Raihoa^ and Pittsylvania (east of Soitthern 
Ra^Oid except WUte Oak Mountafai WiklUfe Mani«emest 
Atm). 

Amrad Regdatkn ftt^S to raid as lalows: 

The bag Ita^ for deer shaO be one a day, tbree a Ifoeine 
y«B^, two of wUdi nuQp he does on the hut twelve tanttfaig 
di^ 0^, fai the comttles of Amelia (except on Ameha 
wm^ MuMf cmraft Arci0, ble of Wigltt and Fowhittan 
(except on Powhatu ^WHfe Management Ar^). 

Amewl Regtthafon 1^7.4 to read as tdBatn: 

Ihe bag ttodk for deer shaU be one a duy, two a ^nse 
y^, dther sex on thr IM abi hmth^ d^v o^. hi tte 
eonihs of Accomack (except on C^ooteagne National 
WUUe Retee mad PwrMwe IstetO. AtteoMKle. 
ApprOBiMtaL (Moept ai Budtk^Htt^nproiw^at Stitte 
FoMlt aiMl Horsepen Lake Wttfc MIm^V^* Amd. 
Ctarlet CkLf, CharkXte, QaBbAwd (except oil Camb»- 
tattd State Forest^ Fhivwua (except on Hv (Hrare River 
ktawwMi Areia.<OQoettwid./ 
lanM Qty. LoriM. l^Mtfwg. 
N^on (nst of Roitte ISl. «toept Ji^ River WIMb 
Mina|ifm*p t AroO. New Kctt. Nortlwvton, Ftatldway 
(no^ OB Fort Pid»tt). ^rteee Bdw vd (eu^ oa Prtace 
BAvard State Forest and irivy CNek ^nme Mnage- 
EMtt Atm} Md York ^smpt mTCmim MhIf, TlMMtem 
J^mn md Mnral W«v«w SmUx^', ml a the Mm of 
Ches^peaksr ^msm m ObmA Swoqi Itelo^ Wltf^ 
m^mhMam^ iaom on Lai«ley M Vam Mmc). 
NMrport iWws (except OB Fort Bmtb) md VlrgUa Beadi. 



CHAPTER 12. Opossum. 

Amend ReguUtion RIM to read u follows: 

It yhall be hiwful to hunt opossum only durfaig the open 
season for huntuig raccoon as provfaled fai R16-S tlffough 
R164. 



Adopt a new regulation to be numbered R6-7.6 to read as 
follows: 

The bag Umit for deer shaU be one a day. three a Uoeiife 
year, two of which may be does on last six hunting days 
only, fai the counties of Brunswkk (except Fort Pickett). 
ChasterfleM (exaspt on PoodMntas State Foreit and Park 
and P^quite Federal WfldUfc Refoge). DuiwidtUe (except 
Fort Pickett). Prbioe George and fai the dty of SuffoUt 
(except on Dismal Swamp National WUdUfe Reftige). 



R16-7. It shaU be lawftil to hunt raccoon from November 1 
through December 31. both thtes bichisive, on the George 
Wailiiiigtoe National Forest and on the Gathright. Ooshen, 
lifhland and Little North Mountafai WUdUfe Management 
Areas. 



R16-t. It shiA be lawftil to hunt raccoon from October 15 
though January 31. both dales hidusive, tai the Oounties of 
mud, Botetourt, Buchanan. OvroU, Oaig, Didteaaan, 
Ftayd. Otes, Grayson, Lee, Montgomery. PuhuU, Souidce. 
RuiseU. Scott. Sn^h, TazeweU. Washfaigton. Wise and 
Wythe. 



R16-9. Except as otherwise (vovfaied by knd legiihrtian 
ami with the spedflc exceptions provkkd in tlw reguhitions 
appearhig fai this diapter. fa shaU be hiwfhl to trap raccoon 
from December 1 tluough tlw last day of February, both 
dates hidusive. 



R16-10. It shaU be lawftd to trq> raccoon from Deoember 
15 through Mardi 10. both dates hidusive. in the oountiea of 
Accomack, Caurles Qty, Essex, aoucester. Isle of Wljiht, 
James Qty. Ktaig and Queen. Khig George, Kbig WUUam. 
Lancaster. Ktathews,Mlddtesex. New Kent. Northampton, 
NorthumberUnd. Ridunotul, Southampton, Surry, West- 
morebud and York; and bi the dties of Chesapeake, 
Hampton, Newport News, NorfoUc, Portsmouth, Sufldk 
(area former^ constitutfaig Nanesmond County), and 
Virgfaiia Beadi; and east of U.S. Route 93 fai the counties of 
CkroUne. Cbesterfiekl. Fahfhx, QreensvUle, Hanover. 
Henrico. Prbice George. Prfaioe WUUam, SpotsyWania. 
Stafford and Sussex. 



s;|giMadlto|MitioacM<torfmMb4s«foikiws:^ -,■, 

Expei^ as otherwise spedficaUy iffovided by local 
legisbttioo and with the specific exceptions provided bi the 
regubuions appearuig in this diapter. it shidl be biwftil to 
trap foKcs from November 15 through January 31. both 
dates indusive. 



Anttnd Reguktion R12-2 to read as fiflows: 

It shaU be Uwftil to trap opossum only durbig the open 
season for trappuig raccoon as jvovided in R16-9 and 
R16-10. 



CHAPTER 16. Raccoon. 

Regidations R16-1 through R16-4, prescrlbfaig the dusfaig 
season for raccoon with dogs, are hereby resdnded. 



Rektttattkns R16-S through R16-11. rebtting to Irantfaig and 
uaffii^ of raccoon, are hereby resdnded, md new 
Regi^hitioiV R16-S .through R16-11 substituted fai Uen 

thereofi 



R16-5. Except as otherwise provkied by focal legisbttion 
and wkh the spedflc exceptions jw ovided fai the ngnlatkns 
in tUs artide, fa shaU be lawftd to lumt raccoon fai dl 
coumies east of the Bhie Rid^e Mouittafais from October 1 
thro^^ the last d^ of FebrMry, both dum faidoshre. 

A 

p 

R16-6. It shaU be lawftil to hunt raccoon from Odober IS 
thro^ the but ifaiy of FelMiiary, both dittn inctaiive, to 
the comtties of AOeglui^ (except George WvUngtoa 
Natlbal Forest nd Gittltf^ WOmt Mnagonm 
Ar^.Agusta (exoi^ George Wastt^on HtOami ForMt 
and Little North Mountain WUdUfe Management Areai, 
Buk (except Qeor^ Wash^on Natkmai Ixest and 
Oati^ht WtUm MnageMflt Arei).CIvto, Predcrbi. 
(ex(^ <iorge WashfaigtoB National Forest). M^iand 
(«t^ Gtefe WaddSfton Mttanal Forest iad Highland 
WBttfe Mnagement Area). Page (except George 
WaNAvtm Natkmal Forest). Roddiridge (except George 
WaMtagtoi Iteteaal farm, Ooshen WBcBlfe Maagcmeot 
Area ud Uttk North MonAiAi WMUk Mna^eM 
Ar^, Roddagham (except George Vtattbg^ Natkaal 
Fomt). ShMMidoah (except Oeor^ WartUttai Nadonal 
Por«t) ud Warren (except George WaAta^oa NMonl 
Fomt). 



Adopt a new regutattkn tobe mnhered R6-7.S to read as 
Woirs: 



R16-11. Except as provided by local tegisbttion the bag 
Umit fbr huntfaw vxi trappbig raccoon shaU be two raccoon 
per person or party, per day. The season bag Umit shaU be 
twenty-five per person. 



CHAPTER 18. Turkey. 



Amend Regubition R18-2.1 to read as fisttows: 



It ShaU be lawftd to hunt bearded turkeys only from AprO 
14 through May 12, 1979, both diues hidusive, from one-half 
iKNir before simrke to 11 tMuk a.m. Bearded turkeys shaU 
be hunted by caUtait. It shaU be tmlawftd to use dogs or 
orfaaizs drhrcsr for tlw pwposc of hnnthig. 



C3IAPTER 19. Waterfowl and Wtterfiiwl BUnds. 
Amend Regubrtion R194.2 to read as foUows: 

No stationary waterfowl bUnds shaU be Ucensed. and no 
stationary or fioating bUnd Ucense shaU be required tor 
huittfaig wtterfowl on the Game Farm Marsh WUdUfe 
Ktanagement Area, or fai, or on. the pubUc waters of the 
ddckahomhiy Rber, north of the hfow Kent-Charks Qty 
oouitty Une adiaoent thereto; provkkd, iKJwever. that this 
reguktion shaU not abridge the prhrikdges prescribed for 
kndowers, ud thefa lessees and permittees, tai SS 29-85 and 
2948, Code of Vlrgfada. 



CHAPTER 24. Trout Fbhfaig. 

Amend Regutatkn 24-1 to read as foUows: 

Except as otherwke spedflcalfy provkkd hi the reg- 
nkttons t^nearing hi this chqiter, the open angUng season 
for trout shaU be from twehfe oUoek noon the first Sativ day 
In AprU through Felnruary 15. both dates faidushre. Except 
for the first d«y. mnVag durfaig the season shaU be 
perndtted from five a.m. untU one hour after sunset. 



COMMISSION OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES 
John P. Random, Chafaman 
PubUsh: 
Statewkk 

INVITATION TO BID 

Vhgfarie Beach City Pubik Schoob wUI accept Bkk 
on their Inawance Program to be efllKtbe July 1, 19^. 

Lfam to be Md are: 

CompreheMive AutomobOe Fket i^operty - j^UcUngs wd 
Oaitertt Oon^reheniive General Uabttty Worker^ COm- 
pensatkn 

Interested A^ntt nd Onmpanks ayqr eottact the School 
■otfd% taanmoe Ctawahant tar obtirii^ a oopjr of 
Spedficttfons: 

Industrfad Inswuce Minagemeitt Corp. 
P.O.BorM12 
RkhmaBd.Wffada 23230 
TeL \40t/ 35MI13 

Mb shodd be siteAted noMer than 
May 12. 1971. 4:30 p.m. 

AU n^ shouU he sent to: 



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M. R. L. FislKr 
tadwtrtad: 

VBS 3/29 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUfeL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29ag78_ 



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Virginia Beacti public notices 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 



The Commission (rfGame and Inland Fisheries at a meeting 
held in Richmond, Virginia, on February 24, 1978, ordered 
the following proposed changes in its regulations pursuant 
to Sections 29-125, 29-126 and 29-127 of the Code of 
Virginia.A public hearing for the purposie of adopting such 
changes will be held at the Holiday Inn-West, 3200 W. Broad 
Street, Richmond, Virginia, at 9:30 a.m., April 14, 1978. 

CHAPTER 6. Deer. 

Adopt a new regulation to be numbered R6-2.3 to read as 
fdlows: 

It shall be lawful to hunt deer on the Dismal Swamp 
National Wildlife Refuge on October 2,4,7,14,21, 28 and on 
November 4, 11, and 18. 

Amend Regulation R6-S.1 to read as fdlows: 

The bag limit for deer shall be one a day and three a 
license year, either sex, on Camp Peary, Cheatham Annex, 
Qiincoteague National Wildlife Refuge (sika and white- 
tailed), iXsmal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Fort 
Eustis, Harry Diamond Uboratory, Langley Air Force 
Base, Naval Wei^ons Station. Parramore Island and 
Presquile National Wildlife Refuge. 



Amend Regulation R6-7.2 to read as foUows: 

The bag limit for deer shall be one a day and two a license 
year, either sex, the last hunting day only, on Amelia 
Wildlife Management Area, Buckingham-AnxmattOK State 
Forest, Cumberland State Forest, Hardware River WildUfe 
Management Area. Horsepen Lake WildlifiB Management 
Area, James River Wildlife Management Area. Podahontas 
State Forest and Park, Powhatan Wildlife Management 
Area, Prince Edward State Forest. Briery Qeek Wildlife 
Management Area and White Oak Mountaiq Wildlife 
Management Area. 



Regulation R6-8, prescribing the bag limit for deer on the 
White Oak Mountain Wildlife Management Area, is hereby 
rescinded. 



CHAPTER 18. Turkey. 



Amend Regulation R18-4 to read as fdlows: 

The bag limit for hunting turkeys in all counties east (rfthe 
Blue Ridge Mountains shall be one a day, two a license year, 
one of which may be a hen during the first three weeks <rfthe 
fall season. 



COMMISSION OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES 
Jdm P. Randdph, Chairman 

Pablish: 

East (tf the Blue Rk^e 



LEGAL NOTICE 



Take notice that on April 3, 1978, at 10:am at 4972 Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, Virginia Beach. Virginia 23462. the 
undersigned wiU seO at public auction, for cash, reserving 
unto itself the right to bid, the foOowing automobile. 

1972I^ontiac 

serial #2K57Y2A140011 

CYCLE WC»LD 

VBS 3/29 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the derkts CMIioe oi the 

Circuit Court of the Qty <rf 

Virgiiua Beadi. VA, on the 

23rd day (rfMvdi. 1978. 

Gsrote Manxu White, 

PlaiittifT. 

agaiiut 

Lamar Ewing White, 

Defendaitt. 

TIm object of this suit is to 
dbntm a divorce a vmculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year^ separation. 
' And an af^n^it having 
been m«ie and fikd that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of tte State oS Virginia, the 



last known post ofBcx add- 
ress being: 222 Forest ifill 
Drive, Asheville. North 
Carolina 28803 it is ordered 
that be do appear on or 
before tbs ISth of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 

Robert H. Bennett p.q. 
3330 l^fic Avenue 
VirginU Beach. VA 23431 

VBS 3/29, 4/5, 4/12, 4/19 



"Bid on Seatack Area. Phase III. Water System and 
Sanitary Sewerage Facilities, Qty of Virginia Beach 

Virgiiua. . c »- 

CONTRACT I - Water System and Gravity Sewerage 

System." ' 

OR 

"Bid on Seatack Area, Phase III, Water System and 
Sanitary Sewerage Facilities, Qty of Virgima Beach, 

Virginia. 
OCWrRACr II - Sewage Pumping Station." 

2 

The words "Owner", "Qty" or "Grantee" shall be used to 
designate the duly constituted municipal government of the 
aty of Virginia Beach acting through the properly 
authorized representatives. 

3. . - 

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids in 

accordance with applicable State and Local tow. rules and 

regulations. 

4. 

No bids may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days 

after scheduled closing time for receipt of bids, except that 

pursuant to Title II, Chapter 4, Section 11-20.2, Code of 

Virgima. Option No. 1, and Sections 3 and 3a m the 

Instructions to Bidders as to method of withdrawal. 

Bid documents may be obtwned by contractors from the 
Office of the Department of Public Utilities. Mumapal 
anter, Virginia Beach, Virginia, with the understanding 
that Ptans and Specificrtions wiU be returned m good 
condititin within five (5) days after opening of bids. 

Bids must be accompanied by certified check or bid bond, fa 
not less than five percent (5^) of the total bid, made payable 
to the aty of Virghua Beach. Performance and Payment 
Bond with an acceptable surety in an amount equal to 100 
percent of the Contract price wiU be required as a condition 
precedent to the award of the Contract by the Owner. 

Contract I includes the construction <rfa water system and a 
gravity sanitary sewerage system complete with manholes, 
deanouts. risers, fierce main and appurtenances. The 
api»-OKimate quantities of items to be included are as 
foUows: 

(a) 5 Sanitary Sewer Qeanouts 

(b) 37 Sanitary Sewer Manhdes 

(c) 7164 L.F, 8" Gravity Sewer Line 

(d) 738 L.F. 10" Oavity Sewer Line 

(e) 950 L.F. 6" Sanitary Sewer Force Main 
(0 3 Force Main Air Vents 

(g) 114 Sewer Service Laterals and Qeanouts 

(h) 4190 L.F. 6" C.I.M.J. Water Line 

(i) 290 L.F. 4" C.I.M.J. Water Line 

(j) 4 JFire Hydrants 

(k) 75 Water Service Laterals 

Contract II includes the construction crfa reinforced conCTete 

and masonry wall pump station, including pumps, electrical 

work, pipework and miscellaneous retoted work, complete 

and ready fotDperation. 

8. 

Qntracts I and II are separate contracts. Contractors may 

bid either or both contracts and the Owner may select 

separate bids for each contract. 

9. 

ThirlHroiect will be financed by Community Block Grant 

fwdls frM thi UiHtASt^M QevatatMnt. Bidden on HWi 

#ork win'foe requii^tfto caatfif^Mtbt Ubcr Standards 

PrQvisioos applicable to Contracts governing Federally 

financed and assisted construction which are included in the 

Specifications. 

The Contractor and his subcontractors shall be responsible 
for all rutes. regulations, aiMi statutes pertaining to or 
promulgated pursuant to the Housing and Development Act 
of 1974. as amended (Public Uw 93-383). 

The Contractor performbig wak on Contract I and Contract 
II (rfthis project will be required to fidfill the requirements 
(tf the (a) Davis-Bacon Act. (b) Copeland Anti-Kkkback Act, 
(c) Contract Work Hours Safety Standards Act, (d) 
President's Executive Order No. 11246, (c) Title VI of the 
avil Rights Act (rf 1964, (f) Section 109 (tf Title I of the 
Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, and (g) 
Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 
1968. 

(a) All constgruction contracts awarded by Grantees and 
subgrantees shdl mdude a provision for compliance with the 
Davis-Bacon Act and as supplemented by Departinent of 
Labor ReguliUions (29 CFR. Part 5). Under this Act 
contractors shall be required to pay wages to toborers and 
mechanics at a rate not less than the minimum wages 
specified in a wage determination made by the Seaetary of 
Labor. Iq ividit'nn. contractors shall be required to pay 
wages not less i than once a week. 

(b) All contracts and subgrants for construction or repair 
shall indtkfe a provision for compliance with the Copeland 
"AntilCickhack" Act as supirieinented in DepartnMnt of 
Labor Regolatioos (29 CFR. Part I). This Act provi(tes that 
each contractor or subgrantee ^aO be prohibited from 
inducing, by any means, any person enq>loyed in the 
construction, completioo, or repair of public work, to give up 
any part of the compensatioQ to whkh he is otherwise 
entitled. The grantee shall report aD suspected or reported 
violations to tiK grantor agency. 

(c) Where tpf^caiAe, all contracts awarded by grantees and 
subgrantees in excess of $2^000.00 for construction contracts 
and in excess (tf $2,300.00 for other contracts which involve 
the empkwnwnt of mechanics or laborers shall ii^ude a 
provision nar comi^iance with Section 103 and 107 at the 
Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act as 



INVITATICX4 F(» BU3S 



PROJECT: 



seatack area. phase hi 

water sys1cm and sanitary sewerage fac- 

uubs 

£mr GF VIRGINIA BEACH 



1%| JIMMf Vkfiida Beach. Virginia, will receive sealed Utta 
fmtm teaiiUai (tf all {riant, equqMiwnt, labor and 
ad the performing of all work for the above 
I fmieet ontil; 2:30 P.M. current tfane on A{vil 18, 
'fWil UttOOee flfthe UtiUties Eagioeer. DqMrtmem of 
M^c^ deitter. Vlrgbifai BeatA. ^gldta. 
he ptMsif opened ai^ read akxid at 2:30 
PJiMRMt Oam m AprQ 18. 1978 at the Office of the 
i nM Hii tT i nliiiirr. ITriiarTmrnT <tf I^Me Mtties, liHyd- 
^ 'Offitff ^^Arii BtKfa, Vkginu. ttds are to be 
<utiuilll«i<1 m thf Ma^td ferm at Hd Proposal, in seafed 
I ^Mlng tte UMer% nan^ and aitdress and dearly 
wfth tte ^^orite fpltowing tkle: 



supplemented by Deptfttawnt of Labor Regutotkxu (29 
dFT, Part 5). To compute the wi^es (tf every mechanic and 
laborer on the \mU of a stai^lard work day of 8 hoivs and a 
itandard work week of 40 hours. Work to ew»ss <rf the 
ftandard worktey or work week ii coo^^iu^ed «» rtte of 
pji less than I-Vi times the basic rate of pay fior aD hours 
Korked in excess of 8 hours in any calendar day or 40 hours 
ta*^the work week. Seetioa 107 of the Act is ly^Uc^le to 
oonsiruction work ud i»rovides that w) toborer or mechanic 
shall be required to work in surrountMngs or under working 
conditions which are unsu&itary, hazardous, or dangerous to 
his health and safety as determined umler construction. 
safety, and Iwalth standards promulgated by the Secretary 
of Labor. 

(d) 

All contracts and subgrants in excess (tf $10,000.00 shall 

include provisions tot coo«)liance with Executive Order No. 

11246, entitled fkiiiil Employment Opportunity", as 

«upplenwirted in DeiMrtaient (tf Labor Regidatlons. All 

contractors must todude the Equal Opportwity Cl«ue to 

any contract of $10,000.00 or more. Each contractor or ■-k-**|#%*» 

subgrantee shall be reqiiked to ahve an afllrmttlve action I^Qi I vCTIOll 

plan whidi declares that ft doesnot dis(arimii»te on the basis 

of race, color, religion, (^eed, national origto. sex. and age 

and wUdi spedfies go^ and target dates to assure the 

implementation of that plan. 

(e) 

Title of Qvil Rights Act (tf 1964. Non-discrtodnation m 
programs or activities receiving federal fin a nri ala s sistance 
extends to all federal departments and agen(^s enqxywered 
to extend finandal assistance to any program or activity by 
way (tf grant, loan or contract other than contract of 
insurance or guaraitty. 



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AU bidders must consider the project area (Seatack, the aty 
of Virginia Beach) «pr suppliers and subcontractors when 
getting bid costs before making their Hd. proposals. 
Satisfhdory evidence may be requested. 

12, , . 

AU >ime contractors are required to utilize minority 
bustoesses. for a minimum iwgregate contract wnt»nt (tf 
$2,000.00. The omtractors are permitied to use nmwtty 
bustoess outside the Qty of Virginia Beach after every effort 
has been made to use mtoority businesses within the uty. 
Satisfectory evidence of these efforts may be required. 

VBS 3/29 - ,, 



to tost weekli SUN marathoa pidores, MIdwel HamiBo^ 
got a couoUi« sqweie flrcm Us mother, Mary, tastead of 
his wife, as reported by the Sm. Hanuioad is aot married 
and the SUN apolfl|lies for a^ Inconveleace doe to their 
errer. 

Drew serves as chairman 



(0 

Section 109 of Title I - Housing and Commumty 

Developmeitt Ad of 1974. Non-discrimtoation to any 

progrun or adivity subject to the ivovisioa of theis Htle. 

(g) 

Sedion 3 of the Housili and Developnwitt Act of 1968. 

Scdioo 3 is to provide to the greatest extent feasible, 

traintog and emi^meot opptirtunfties for Ujwer Income 

residents withto the fvojed bx^ and bustoess onMrtuni- 

ties for bustoess located to the projed wea or owned to 

substantial part by |»Ofied areA residents. 

10. i 

The grantee will refratofrom entering toto any contrad or 

contrad modification with contiradors ami subcontradors 

debarred from or who is toeUgibte fct government contracts 

and federally assisted construction contrads. 

The HUD Area office will utilize the current consolidated 
List (tf Debarred, Suspended, and Ineligible Contradors. 
The CbmptroUer Generals OonsdiUated List of Persons or 
Firms Currently Debarred for Violation (tf Various Public 
Qntracts Acts Incorporating Ubot Standards Provisions 
will also be utilized. 

Wage determination rates shall l|e made a part of the bid 
document and every subsequent contrad and subcontract 
for perfii-mance of comtrudion work oo this projed, and 
the vttgc rates contained thereto s^ be the m i nimum wage 
rates to be pidd under such eoQtracts by oontrM:tors and 
subcontradors on the job. 



Dr. Donald W. Drew (tf Virginia Beach, a 1946 gradutte rf 
the Tufts Unhrersity Schod of Medicfae to Boston, Mass., is 
currently serving as a regional chairperson for the school'^ 
1977-78 annual fund campaign. . . - 

fa a report released tost year by the AssociatiOB (tf 
American Medical Odleges. Tufts ranked first to the 
country to total alumni partidpation and second in total gifts 
from alunmi. 

Belcher appointed 

Joan Bekher, a Larasan Reahy employee for the past five 
and a half years, has been appdtoted manager of the firm^ 
Lakes office on HoOand Road. She was formerly the area 
manager of Stratford Chase to Kemps ville. 

Ms. Bek^r has been the redpient of many awards, 
toduding Salesman of the Month. Larasan's Sales Assodate 
(tf the Year, a member of the MlUoo Ddtor Qub and a 
redpient of the New Homes Nfillion DoUar Award. She is 
alsb a member (tf tl^ National Marketing Institute. 

Miss Pet appears 



aaudia Wells, former 
Miss Pet Nfilk of T.V., wiU 
be appearing at Open Door 



Chapel on Thursday, March 
3(kh, at 7:30 p.m. : 

Admission is free. 



FC drives for paper 



The junior class at First 
Cdonial Iflgh Schod will 



condud a paper drive April * 
1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. *; 



rVkOCOLATE CRUNCH JELLY FILLED DUNKIN' GLAZED CHOCOLATf 



SUPER HEROES 

AND MUNCHKINS 

TEAM UP! 

^16-OZ.SUPEI| HERO GLASS FILLED WITH 8 MUNCHKINS \ 
59« EACH. COMPARABLE RETAIL VALUE n.l8. / 



I or I he iM'xl 4 uiccks. 
u'li<'r«'\'<>r giMi Hiul a S|ii|M'r 
I ici n. you'll IiihI ii «|ibu|> . 
of Mtiiu hkins. IJcifSuw 
t'cuh w/t't'k Diilikiii' Domils 
will Ih' offering h diffc^cni 
Ki-o/. Sii|MT Hero {davs 
iillcdailiiKMtimliRiik 
(k>iHil hole tri'iHs fui|5l9C. 
in this order: Spidt^r fM". 
Thor. The Hulk, and Captain 
AuMTita. This offer i^ 4ood 
at |>arli(i|>atiiigl)uiiftin 
Doniiis sli(>|M> u^iilt' iuipply 
hata. Start a coll^'ti0n. 



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Two Sections 15 cents 

Week ending April 5, 1978 



Easter Invitational features local skating champion 




Skatei died, costumes sparklinf with glitter and some 
frustrated &ces was the scene Friday night at the Haygood 
RoOer Skating Center. 

The Center hosted the Sth Annual Easter Invitational Roller 
Skating Championship which began Friday, March 24 and 
ran thru Monday, March 27 with skating beginning as early 
as 6 a.m. This yeu, 800 skaters from 17 states and Canada 
competed. Skating competition Inclwted figure, dance, free 
style and speed. 

First Sgt. Bill McOaughlin oS the U. S. Marine Corp 
Reserve was master of ceremonies. He gave a few opening 
remarks, introducing officials and presenting the U. S. 
Nbrine Corp Reserve Cokr Chiard. 

Jo Ann Young, a Virginia Beach load who is the current 
U.S. National Roller Skating Champion, skated an 
exhibition during opening ceremonies Friday night. 




Professional makenp artbt, Jane Haymore, gives Jo Ann a 
few poiatert on her makeup and prepares her for her 
nUbitioB. 



ShaamMi Perry, [left] and Brooke Haiid, [rl^kt] poac wUh 
'fiarvcy", the rabbit. Both girhi were bi Javcdc 
c«mpetltloii. 






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MMtcr orccrcnoatei, Fb-st Sgt. BiU McQaagUin [seated; 
fives a few apening rcmwki. Behind hfan, left to r^ht, are 
Unda Oibnn [Cape Henry GaOcitaite], Nancy Bates 
[Bayside], Ktan Worley [KempsvOle], Sharon McCormick 
[CoKl-prfaMCMCi of the Neptnne Fcstiviri~Wayne Mow- 
bray, teadUiv staff at the Center, Ray Chapat, geiwral 
manager of the Haygood Skattang Center ant Cynthia 
Chapat, tcacUng staff at the Center. 



Jo An Yonm, U.S. Natkaud Rofler Skatlq 
skates an exUMtioa to the mask 'Evergreen". 



champhm, WKh the andtenccioaid^ on, Jo Am flaiihea exUhittai. 



Photos by Linda Pitzen 




OIHcWb kM* «■ as the U. S. Marine Reserve Color Gnard 
tfc Mrodaccd. 



Musicians to benefit from Navy instrumental clinic 



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The 22ikI annual All-Eastern Band aiul InstruMOtal 
ainic will be IwU at tte amttd fercxs* S^xl of Muic, 
Naval Amphflrious Base, Little Oeek. on Mk<^ » through 
Aprfl 1. 
I T^ purpose of tte i^iuc is to frovkle Msistamx to Ugh 
$<sboAt oflege. uid miUtary iNUid dln^ors, imtrw:tors, awl 
perftri^rs in im];»ovi]v ttefr mvsk^nship. TIm god of tte 
clinK is to«ntribute to the ioqM'Oveownt (tf An^rkan twub 
in general. 

latfitttiaBtodinic-teKMng sessions, ttere are idwduted 
a ramber d ootuxru by prominent mittwy and dvQiMi 
musiod groups. All clinic wlivlties, Indu^U^ the oncxm. 
tte free ami open to the pabUc. 

Qaett taxb Uds year i»4^: tte United StMes Naval 



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Academy Band; T|m iUUmtk Fleet Navy SiMwtaad; the 
'X)cean Ex|»^ess"caa^fraB Navy Bwid San Vtaskco; the 
Naval Academy^ statebaad, 11a Itott Whm'^. the 
't:)ammxtores"' jazz eiaeml^ of the UAed Stittet Navy 
Ba^ in Wirtii«toa. D.C; the Uotted Stttes Mb^ Studio 
Brad, the '^Mkrs of iouad" *om Fort M»de. Mryland; 
ti» IkMd StMes Mnry Band, WwUtagton. D.c; nd the 
SaUstwry Sttte Coltege Stagebani. 
. Eadi year tte siAool of musk sev d»s the ntthn for an 
(attsti^^ t^ lOod te^ to i49e« bi ooooert « the 
AU-Eastern Ba^ i^ IvtrusKittd Ctofe. Ttk yev the 
Ketten Mgh School Wind EuenMe tnm Vkmt^ BEsch 
has teen tetetted to perform, 
l^md dir^sor i»dt Sperry% katkrsh^ hM bro^bt the 



K^aa froap to u honored position among the natioot Ugh 
Mod b^b. I^iiV his seven-year tenure .in Tklewater, 
^ band has consistently eari^ rtth^ of superkv at 
frIlhaHd ba»i festiv A wMte tadcHu^ the i»»t diflieuk 
l^adn of amsk. Hm Kellam tend tl^ year {riKes more 
taiHvkhu^ ta tte regkotf band via compethive Mcttkms 
thaa 1^ other area U«h sdMd. 

EacA y^ Six Flags Over Oeorgn hosts a ^kari band 
%ttival in Atbtnta. The KeUam WM MmmiH has 
pavered rtfta^s of exixlkitt and superkr m ttt strkt 
itmntem^St of a^idui^. 

lie Vm^ StttM Navy Uewtaud b pirta^M best known 
tot ks «MHnl goodwfll <7iAes to South Amerka in 
conectkm wkh miAi-iMtkmd UNITAS navtf exeri^s. 



The ShowlMnd are tteNavy'smusical ambassodors-at-large, 
and have ontributed imnwasurably to buikiing bridges of 
trust ai»l frieodsh^ with southern uighbors. 

Vwusxa faeordb^ wtuts, imminem musk eduoaors, 
outst«Klkw soktets, and expert clinkaans are invited to 
^u-tk^e intte AD-Eastern tend a«l InstrunKntal CUnk. 

TUs yetf teaching cUnki and guest sobMt s^qKtfMiees 
wiH te n»le by I^. Frederkk FenMO, ifltOTM^koatty 
famous cQidi^or and percussknist; HO Wttrow. me itihe 
jazz giants on trombone; Rc^ Burns, wide^ experkiK^ 
stndk and reoortUi^ dnmmer; a^ AUaa I^aa, versatUe 
fvuidiMl triuqwt wkh tte f^v York &ms Qnteet. fiadi 
wiU conduct a cUnk and an^ear as sokxst wkh one of the 
peribrmi^ groiq». 



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Hooray for the East&r parade! 




Hie kindergarten classes 
of Alanton Etementary 
School couldnt have picked 
a better day for an Easter 
parade last Friday. 

The girls were decked out 
in Easter bonnets they made 
themselves out of brightly 
colored tissue paper. The 
boys donned Easter caps 
and bimny ears. 

In addition to showing off 
their Easter finery in a 
parade around the schod 
building, the students pulled 
a six-foot paper mache' 
Easter bunny they had creat 
ed in class. 




The IdBdcrgartea daiaet Used ap to start the parade, 
with the six-foot Easter iMaay they created la tkc lead. 






Georgia Petersfeso carried the classes' real live Easter 
bunny through the parade. 



II 





Stadeat teacher Mrs. Naaey SMtcHord teHs tiw iMsri 
to ImU M to tiMkr lurts ki the Murch Ivccsc. nrtared 
left to rl^t are Eric Slt^pors, TsancUa Ho^es, 
Albert Jofeasea, Cwljre Jmms, Tnaisia HoBaad aad 
LakkfeaJayacr. 



Mbi Barbee, Haatcr Tyaes aad Chris DiPlaatis 
ccrtaidy shoired She Enter s^rit as they sidppcd 
throagh the iwrade aroaad the schod baldiv. 



Photos by Pam Vandeveer- 




Stttdenis to participate in 
ODtt model United Nations 



A M^EL United Natioas Security Council n^etisg 
itaAed ^ Tklewater area Ugh sdK»i students will be held 
Moolay and Tuesday, April 3 aiMi 4, at CM Dominioo 
Unverfttty. • 

ThejetsioDS wiUcua from 9 a.m. toat^OKtmately 3 p.m. 
I«A^ m f«^lbi-l^ etOtoVs Wevv Center. 

T^af^jfroo) i^Mtahd prhrate high sdioob in hkvMk, 
^gi^l^lcA Hi^aaMd4C^S4seake viB represett the 
13 tf^i^ff nuions m the Security Council. TI% stwknts 
wU {^1^ cofes citbtit nt^Md rauntries, discuss issoei, 
ivesetf tmA dM^e resolMteM, deal with crises, and ^w;us 
t^ vote M would their couatry^ reiM^esentatives m New 

rt*aty. 

'nm moM Secwity Coundl meeting is sponsored Iqr the 
"tf? "P ' * s* i^mx Club nd the university^ niteriu- 
ttee. 

en tte eveM oM Jerry Watan-, 
I programs tt OXJ, at 4^^% 





Let's go fly a klte...afMount Trashmore 





There will be a kite-flying contest held by the PAVAB 
April 1 begfaiiung at 12 iK>on at Mount Trashmore. 

lUin date will be April 8. 

Registration will begin at 12 noon and run until 1 p.m. at 
the hriteside shehers at Mount Trashmorfe. 

Awards for most original kite wffl be jw^ed tt 1 p.m. 
Lvgest kites will be judged u 1:30, highest at 1:43 and all 



atprds, wludi are spomored by VF-101, will be givea tt 2 

pjh* 
Any cub sowt may ]Mrt^|Mte with his home made kite. 

Bring tlw fiwily, hmdi and lave fim. 

Far furtter taformittioB odl Gu'l R. : *d, ivocrun 
ctuAtnan, at 340-<074. 



Miss Burns Is second runn4r4^ In state pageant 



Last November, Domui Lynn Boisi was chosen to 
rei»^esent ^irgi^ Bead) in the Virgiiua AU-An^ rican Orl 
P^eant teld in RosBote, Va. last moMh. She competed in 
sportsweat aad taknl fla Frl^ eventa^ ud evenfll gown 
on Satwday. 

Donn mm selmed s^snd r^oer-up aa4 won the 
everat §omn cn^KtitMn. She w« abo the 9H^t^ talent 
winner whfaA entries ter to |»rtk4Me in tte An^rka 
AU-AB»l£M Ckl Tirieat l^e^ m Ai^wt. The Mfmtt 



w^lcteUlmlUMM. 

B^a Trent from Lyndri»irg was crmraed VirgiiHa^ 
All-A^riCMi CMrl. 

OUHais toe daughter of Dr. and Ms. P.O. Bum Jr. and 
gra^^ed Irom Frank W. OoR H^h $€hoA. $he wu tl» 
Vii|^^ Bewdi Junior Mm tast year and is current^ 
usiiUtm the east eout whh tte Johmy Steele Stew 
Trtate to the Ki^." 



Dreps named chairman 
of Beacli cancer unit 



N. Joseph I^^eps Jr., has been named diairman ct the 
Virgiida Beadi unit of the Amerkan CliKxr Sodety'^ 1978 
edi^ational and fund ralsiog criuade wh^ begins Ais^il 1. 

Drei» wiU lead kxal vdoateers in a oomnunity-wide 
effort to help "wipe out cancer in your lifetune" by researdi 
aad tiaattkxi. "Our vdnnteers wfll wge tteir frtei^ ami 
neigUxts to help win this gold l^ suiqwrting tte so^tyli 
life-saving prcvrams with *% cteckup and a d^ck", he said. 

The Utevision personaltty. fttar lin Perkins, test at "Wild 
Kimdon,* aiKl his wifie, C^d, aMhor mi MBunettat w will 
kad tte crusKie as otttional co^hairmen. 

t^w {ffograms wMch oMtivate peo|^ to have reguhs 
di^EaqM, tfe carried into all ammunitws (tf tte couittry 1^ 
nme thm 2.300.000 vdunt^rs", I^eps saU. 

•We liMw Ihrt people rca^f waai w do lOBetldBg dKxn 
'omcer", (todared Ikess. Tor this reason u me speak to am 
tmu^ neighbors, a^ otters dwi^ tte awada . w« wiD 
brhig ttem infcrnttka lAont arnKt** wwiriit •^P^i. Ve 
win ivovMfe infonuttkn t^boM how to te^ prd^ 
ttennelves against nncer." 



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Virginia Beach Ciub News 





PA Garden Club presents "A Day at the Beach 



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The Princtss Anne Garden Qub will present a "Day at the 
BeKh" feiuurins a tour of Sandbridge houses, the Ninuno 
Church, the Lynnhaven House and the Thoroughgood 
House, on Thiffsday. ^ril 27 from 10 a.m. ttetil S p.tn. 

BloclE^ielceif^vfll oost $5 and single admission on side at 
cadi house wiU be $1.50 eadi. 

LiHicheoo wlU be available at Tabernacle United 
Methodist Churdi from 11 a.in. until 2 p.m. 

Refreshments will be served at the Price House from 11 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Guides are avaU^te for tour buses at 428-3S09. 

Iliis event is m celebrirtion of Historic Garden Weeic. 

Among the homes to be toured will be th^ following at 
Sandbridge: 

Mr. and Kfrs. G. Gary Sinpson Jr. at Sandbridge and 
Lotus I^ive, ISfr. md Kfrs. Rdf WUUum at 2340 N. 
Saiulfiddler Road. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fraim at 2461 N. 
Sandfiddler Road. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ames at 2300 N. 
Sandfiddler Road. I^. alnd Mrs. William J. Priee at 333 Pike 
Circle and Mr. and Nfrs. Barry Iwanqwsld at 3008 
Sutdfiddler Road. 




yt. and Mrs. Barry IwaaowsU wB opci tbelr 
during nstork Garden Week at the BcMh. 



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Mra. and Mrs. Samnel AaMt Inmw In Sandbrfdic will be 
•ratarcd on the Prlnccii Anne Garden Qnb^ tonr "A Day 
the Beach" AprU 27. 



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Business women celebrate 
at Shore Drive Inn 

The Queen Neptune Oiapter of American Business 
Women^ Association celebrated its second aimiversaiT at a 
birthday party at Shore Drive Inn. 

Members and guests had duuter, gained enrichment from 
the presentation on "Dreams" given by Barry Kavy, a 
representative of the Edgar Cayce Foundation, and enjoyed 
a skit. It's in the Cards," presented by several members (tf 
the diapter. 

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the 
"Woman of the Year" award. AnnuaUy. each of the 1,500 
chapters of the ABWA honors one of its members as woman 
of the year. 

Queen Neptune Chapter selected Peggy L. Stancell 



4633 Kfiles Standish Road for the, 1978 award. 

Q-iteria for selection of this award includes achievement 
in the wbmen^ field of business, education, participation in 
the assodatioq and in (xxnmunity activities. 

Peggy is the. director of the environmental services 
department for Leigh Memorial Hospital. She has been a 
member of ABWA since March 1975 and is a charter 
member of the Queen Neptune Chapter. 

Qualified chapter women of the year are eligible for the 
1978-79 Top Ten Business Women" awards, and announce- 
ment of the national convention in Atlanta. Ga. in 
November. 1978. 



Fuller wins for ceramics 

Virginia Fuller of VkgininlNmch. a piembei 
Tidewater China Painters Chib. recently won fixir first' 
awards with a total of nine ribbons at the annual show of 
Virginia Ceramics. Inc.. heM in Richmond. 
. iHtKint Lindsey, Ann Ifershey and Kitty Howard, abo of 
Virginia BEach. were among the pre^ssional winners. 
Janice Lindsey was awarded a Best in the Show ribbon. 

Diane Barlett (rfNorfoik. president of the chib. won a Best 
in Show award along with five first {dace awards an a total of 
ten ribbons. 

Tlw Virginia State Federation of China Painters will hold 
its annual show March 30, 31 and April 1 in^^Uliamsburg. 



Club offers scholarship 

The Garden Oub ci Oarokniw Farm is accepttag 
applications for a $200 scholarship. This scholarsUp is 
awarded eadi sia-ing to a deserving Kempsville High Sdiool 
senior. 

Requirements for applying are a C or better grade 
average and/or financial need. The scholarship must be used 
for furthering education at the student^ duice of school. 
Students entering any field of higher education may apply. 

Kempsville Kgh School seniors interested in applying for 
the schdarshi)} should contact KSss Ellen H. PoweU. 
guidance counselor at Kempsville High School. 

The deadline for applying is April 15 with the scholarship 
to be awarded in June. . 



March meeting changed 

The mardt meeting ai the Indian Lakes Garden Oub has 
been dianged to Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Community 
Center. 

Tlie speaker for the evening is Indian Lakes resident 
Thomas Steele. He is a hm^cqx architect en^kyed by 
Whm Nursery. Hs talk is entitled Ijtndscape Design." 

Hoatesses for the evenfaig are Patty Finley and Mmreen 
Detz. Those wisMng to atteml shouM call a iKxtess by 
Tuesday, march 28. 

The '^H-fl meeting is sdieduled for April 27. There will be 
the etections of officers for the coming year and a dtiiMse 
aitttion of i^ahts. New officers will be instalted at a hmdbeon 
in May. 



Dining set 
moves on 

When a good dinii^ room 
•et goes at • good prke, tl» 
SUN dasiifiedi probably 
had sometidi^ to ito wtth it. 

KAdMel and Karyl Smith 
of K^ Henry Court, \rir- 
ginia Beadi. sold their set in 
a few (faiys with the 
SUN dassUieds. 

"A kt of peoirie are lode- 
1^ lor good (kab and <»nt 
liffiofd to Ihv a Mw set." 
saM Mfs. Smth. 

She also says sheV cer- 
rid^ use tl^ TOST/SUN 
dasiiikib next tinw she has 
sonMthhv to sell. 



M^omen honor doctors 



The Women^ Auxiliary to the Virginia Beach Medical 
Sodety will honor husbands of members on Dodors' Day. 

March 30 was adopted in 1933 as the date for Dodors' Dy 
and is a proged of the Wcmen^ Auxiliary to the Southen 
Kfedical Association. 

It was suggested by the wife of a Georgia physician that a 
day be observed annually on which to honor members of the 
medical prc^ssion. 

The date was chosen to comnwmorate the first use at 
ether as an anesthetic in surgery by Dr. Qawford W. Long 
in 1842. 

An exhibit <tf medical/surgical instruments provided by 
various physidans of Virginia Beach and the Richards 
Manufiu^turing Company will be on display at the Windsor 
Woods and Kempsville Branch libraries from March 29 to 
April 3 and at the Great Neck Branch library from March 30 
to April 3. 

Oi Sunday. AprU 2, the auxifiary is hddhig an oyster: 
roast for the doctors at the home ai Dr. and Mrs. Burt 
Philips. 



Birthday 
celebrated 

The Lake Smith Terrace 
Garden Qub celebrated its 
12th birthdi^ at the March 
meeting of the club. 

Speaker for the evening 
was Mrs. Edward A. Hoff- 
meister. who judged table 
settings and arrangements. 

A member of the scholar- 
ship committee announced 
that applicants for the $500 
horticulture and forestry 
schdarship are being soli- 
cited through the high 
schools. Students with a 
grade average oiSSor above 
may obtain applications at 
their schod. 

Hostesses for the evening 
were Margaret Sanford. 
Mary Ann Conrad and Kay 
Calvert. 




Beach homes 
bloom 
for spring 

The charming Tborougb- 
gOQd homes of Mrk M. F«y 

mm ilniEeM^ 

^^^ Mr. a^^s. B. ♦' 
R^SPlieton, 1612 Wake- 
field Drive, will be the site 
of 'Spring Blooms at 
Home"; a home placement 
flower show sponsored by 
the Federated Garden dubs 
of Virginia Beach on Friday, 
March 31 from 1 p.m. until 5 
p.m. and Saturday, April 1 
from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. 

The show will feature 
artistic floral arrangements 
among the many \^ctorian 
and English antiques tl»t 
grace the Nfiddleton and 
McAfee homes. 

Other divisions ot com- 
petition will inchide horti- 
culture, junior garden clubs 
and special exhibits in 
garden ther^>y, dvic pro- 
jeds (HANDS) and educa- 
tional exhibits. 

Tickets are $1 and are 
available at the show. 



Secretaries 
name Swiney 

The Tidewater ChsjMer of 
the National Secretaries As- 
sociation recently nuned 
Karen A. Swiney Outstand- 
ing Member for 1977-78. 

Mr». Swiney is a secre- 
tary to Frank E. fitohde. at 
the NaVal Amphibioitt Base 
m Norfolk. 



Twenty-five peroem of dl 
American hn^s have no 
finandid savings at all, com- 
{Nured with 23 per cent five 
yews ago. 



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like any 
I other 
night ttKXJSonds 
of you will go to sleep tight. WHh 
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Accradned by Ihe JoW GonvnMon on ttw 

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App«o»edtar«ueCfo«i.Chanpui.Me<ioafe 
and other hecMhrOQyfliaoe^ 



"Thjr word is a lamp onto 
mjr feet, and a light into 
my path." 
-Paalms 111:108 





It la better to light one 
little eandle than to cnrsa 
the daitaess. 

-Aathor Unkmnro 



LET FAITH BE TOUR LIGHT IN THE ROADWAY 

In the eternal conflid between light and darkness, remember that light is a pos- 
itive force, widle daitness is merely the absence of light, without power of its 
own. Therefore, it takes but a small amount of light to carry you through the dark- 
est iKHii^ of your life; if bith is the source of it. By living one day at a time, you 
will allow this ray of light to cast its protective beam far enough ahead on the road- 
way to guide your footsteps. Then follow it to Church, where you Will leanr to walk 
in the light of Mih and banish the darkness forever. 



Haynes Furniture Company Rosewood Memorial Park 



5S24 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Fumlture-Bedding-Carpetlng 

Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Drive 484-4S63 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. and Staff 



631 Witchduck Road 497-S92S 
C. C. Klrkpatrick 

Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

17U Laskin Bold 428-5951 
L,H. Burns and Staff 



l^empsvMe Pharmacy Price's Incorporated 



S866 Princess Anne Road 497-351$ 
Robert W. Clybuiti-Lynn Leavitt 



4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name A|q>lianees-TV-Stereo 




Engineering Media, Inc. Smith Sales and Service 



606 R. Liberty street 
Charles Hackwortb and Staff 

Charlie's Seafood 
Restaurant 

3139 Shore DHve 491-9863 
Mary E. Relqwlc and Employees 



460 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smith and Employees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1635 LasUn Road 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. Todd Electric Company 

3111 Pacific Avenue 428-9161 Henry and Moses Todd and Staff 



TPI often fw«e Alcohol hoM^M cs a pubic $«vN»: 
mt-¥mfa (PentfwJa) Vpf-mtP 



Overton's Market 

1419 Poiadexter street 545-9496 
The Overtone and Employees . 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Virginia Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr and Employees 

Furniture Showrooms 

818 E. Littte Creek Road 
1981 S. Military Highway 
Sandy BoUn and Employees 

Andy's Plumbing 
and Heating 

1003 Canal Drive 485-5000 
State-Registered-New and Old Work 

Plasser American 

Management ami Persmmel 

Brentwood Restaurant 
and Lounge 

1311 George Washington Highway 

Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 

Torn mi Linte R^dar and Cmnpany 

Townsend Fuel, Inc. 

James Van Dyke and Emploi^ees 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter Street 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Employees 

Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Road 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison and Associates 

Chesapeake Savings 
and Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. Military Highway 420-1841 
L. Belmont Williams sad Personnel 

J.D. Miles and Sons, kic. 

J. D. MUes. Jr. and AstocUtes 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
BuHdlng Supplies 

Priaeess Arae station 427-3200 
Fnak and David Kellara 



1231 Lawel AvwM, Ches^tMke 
420-7108 484-5789 



TIds feature is maite possUde through the co<^rattM 
of our ministers. It is paid for by these firms who 
Ntttve onr churdies are a vital inrt of ourcMamn- 
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rBeauty is Polly's business 



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CHoria Eure, manager of the Holland Plaza shop, greets 
customjcrs in the wishing well. 



It's relaxing, it's beautiftHtag, it's PoUy's. 

Polly Pearce has opene^is new beauty shop at Holland 
Plaza, located at South Plp9 Trail and Holland Road at the 
Beach. It's her beauty salon fa the area. 

But this salon is a little jyKerent than the rest.- 

A wishing well greets, tlie customer as the enters the 
shop, which is clad in soft, nfot greens and soothfaig whites. 
Fountains, plenty of ptatts and mirrors create an 
cxraordinarily relaxing ttlm. 

And the Holland Plaza stop has a facial room, complete 
with an estetheticienne, or skin care specialist. 

Odette Hastey, has a '^te^eur yoan latour" from Paris. 
She's been with Pdly for flaor years and her donuun is the 
skin care room. 

It's a room where you ve completely relaxed and receive 
a facial and skin analysis/ In the soinpletely quiet room, 
Odette performs leg waxbt. ^^^^ waxing and eyebrow 
waxing. Odette has worked with Elizabeth Arden and with 
Helen Rubienstein. 

Pdly's is a place where beauty queens come. According to 
Mrs. Pearce they do quite a few beauty {M^eants and she 
has worked with the Nfiu Virginia Beach pageant as the 
director for the last 12 years. This year^ pageant will be 
held May 20. 

The shop will be offering diarm courses and pagenat prep 
courses as well as exercise classes, which are still in the 
making. 

The Hdland Plaza Shop has been opened for five weeks 
now and ha&four t^rators, a manucurist and Odette. Hours 
of operation are Monday uid Tuesday from 8 a.m. until 7 
p.m., Wednesday throi^h Friday 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. and 
Saturday from 8 a.m. Unti S p.m. 

Next time you need a hiir cut, a set, focial or a relasing 
after no(xi of complete bemity care, try Pdly and her beauty 
experts, at Hdland Plaxa. . 




Polly Pearce stands next to a Grecian fountain in the middle 
of her Hdland Plaza shop. Mrs. Pearce has been the director 
for the Nfiss Virginia Beach Beauty pageant for 12 years. 



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Mrs. John Meek gets 1)cautified" by operator Maratha 
English. 



Elizabeth Knight of Qestline Drive, relaxes and knits while 
at PoUy^. 




Odette Ibsteg relaxes a customer in the frudal room, where 
complete relaxation is the goal. 




Pat Qdlahan, Pearl Campbell, HtefaB Fra^r and Elizabeth 
K^ue relax under tte dryers at Polly's Beauty Salon tt 
Holland Plaza. 



^>to$ and story by Joan Coates 




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Virginia Beacn miiitary update 



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Navy Data Systems Technician Second Qass David B. 
Widen, whose wife, Qoria, is the daughter of Mr. and Nfrs. 
Walter McDonald of 2508 Salem Road, recently participated 
in a tactical training exercise, with President Jimmy Carter 
as guest observer. 

He is serving as acrewmembet aboard the destroyer USS 
PetersMi, homepo-ted in Nwft^. 

Conducted off the coast of Georgia, this exercise incliuied 
a host of battle group activities, primarily invdving three 
Atlantic Fleet surface ships and the nuclear-powered 
aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower with the 
President embarked. 

I>uring Carter's five-hour visit, the battle group 
conducted tactical training exercises in a simulated combat 
envircnment. This included integrated maneuvers for 
establishing contrd of sea lanes, providing defense against 
hostile submarines, surface combatants and aircraft and 
projecting naval striking power deep into hostile territory 
ashore. 

More than 50 assorted, carrier-based aircraft participated 
in the exercise. Their demonstrations included both 
individual and coordinated strikes at simulated targets. 

Widen joined the Navy in Septejmber 1974. 



Wood 



Navy Operaticms Specialist Second Qass David A. Wood, 
son of Eva M. Doing of 282-A Willings Court, has been 
promoted to his present rank while serving aboard 
amphibious transport USS Francis Marion, homeported ini 
Norfolk. 

He joined "the Navy in September 1976. 



Houston 

Navy Chief Boatswain's Mate Ernest S. Houston, son of 
Elizabeth Smith of 2352 Winoway Lane, has departed for an 
extended deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. 

He is serving as a member of Assualt Qaft Unit Two, 
based at Little Qeek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk. His 
unit it part (rf Naval Beach Group Detachment Bravo which 
will qxrate with Commander, Amphibious Squadron Four. 

During the six-month deployment, trainil^ will indude 
exercises with U.S. Sixth Fleet units and those oi aOied 
nations. Port visits are scheduled in several Nfediterranean 
coastal cities. 

Houston joined the Navy in November 1965. 



Waiters 

Navy Radioman Second Qass Rogers C. J. Waiters, 
whose wife Rovel, is the daughter of Georgia Toran of 166-A 
Head of River Road, participated in a search and rescue 
mission in the Western Pacific.San 

He is serving as a crewmember aboard the frigate USS 
Gray, homeported in Yan Diego, and currently operating as 
a unit of the U.S. Seventh Fleet. 

On March 2, Gray rescued six crewmen and their small 
fishing boat which had been adrift four days in heavy seas 
following engine loss. Gray then towed the disabled vessel to 
Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines. 
Waiters jdned the Navy in January 1966. 



Dalt6n 



Rouse 



Navy Chief Yeoman Edward G. Dalton Jr., whose wife. 
Kathleen. U the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Patrick Devaney 
of 4750 Pod Side Road, has departed for an extended 
deployment in the Nifediterruiean Sea. 

He is serving as a crewmember aboard the tank landing 
ship USS Saginaw, ha/ieported at Little aeek Naval 
Amphibious Base, Norfdic, and currently qwrating as a unit 
of the U.S. Sixth Fleet. 

Missions of the Sixth Fleet are to prdect U.S. citizens, 
shipping and interests in the Mediterranean area; to deter 
aggression against our Western European allies by 
maintaining mobile striking forces; to promote peace and 
stability in the Mediterraneut and to create good will for the 
United States. 

He jdned the Navy in July 1956. 



Wonders 



Robert J. Wonders, son of Mrs. Marie E. Wonders of 803 
Prints James Court, has received his first promotion in the 
U.S. Air Force. 

Wonders, promoted to airman, recently completed 
technical training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and is now 
assigned as a security specialist with the U.S. Air Force in 
Europe unit at Sembach AB. Germany. 

llie airman is a 1976 graduate of Frank Cox High Schod. 



Majors 



Thompson 



Navy Radioman Second Qass Michael P. Rouse, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rouse of 1879 Great Neck Road, Hm 
departed for an exended deployment in the Mediterranean 
Sea. 

He is serving as a member of Assauh Qaft Unit Two, 
based at Little Oeek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfdk. Va 
unit is part of Naval Beach Group Detachment Bravo which 
will operate with Commander, Amphibious Squadron Fottr. 

During the six-month deployment, training will Inclutte 
exercises with U.S. Sixth Fleet units and those of allied 
nations. Pwt visits are scheduled in several Mediterranean 
coastal cities. 

A 1971 graduate of Cox High Schod, Rouse joined the 
Navy in September 1971. 



Coulbourne 

Navy Ensign Michael J. Coulbourne, son ct retired 
Lieutenant Comouuider and Mrs. Thomas E. Coulbourne of 
1440 S. Twin Lake Road, was graduated from the Navyt 
Aviation Indoctrination Course (AIQ. 

During the four-week course at theiNavid Air Station. 
Pensacda, Fla., trainees studfed basic aerodynamics, 
aviation physidogy and engineering."^hey also studied, 
land and sea survival techniques and participated in an 
extensive physical fitness curriculum. 

AIC is the first step in the Naval flight training program 
leading to designation as a naval aviator. 

He is a 1972 graduate of Frank W. Cox High Schod and a 
1977 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapdis. Md., 
with a batchelor of science degree. 



Redick 



Marine Corporal Kip H. Redick, son of Jack H. Redick cf 
Sand Piper Road. Virginia Beach, recently participated in 
exerdse Talm Tree 4-78" in the California Desert. 

He is serving as a member of the 2nd Battalion, llth 
Marines, based at Camp Pendleton, Calif. 

He jdned the Marine Corps in May 1975. 



Now serving at Ydcata AB, Japan, with a Military Airlift 
Conunand unit is Air Force Staff Sergeant Edward L. 
Majcrs, son of Mrs. Ruth L. Majors of 220 Applewood Lane. 

Sergeant Majors, an aircraft' maintenance specialist, was 
previously assigned at Charleston AFB, S.C. 

The sergeant, a 1966 graduate of Eureka (Calif.) Senior 
HBgh Schod, attended the College of the Redwoods at 
Eureka. 



The O.S. Air Fwce has promded Quy W. Thompson, son 
of Mrs. James Anderson of 494 Kriste Court, to the rank of 
senior airman. 

Airman Thompson is serving at Hdloman AFB. N.M.. as 
an inventory management specialist. 

The airman is a 1973 graduate of Lakeland (Fla.) senior 
High Schod and attended Tidewater Cdnmunity Cdlege 
and New Mexico State University. 



Dominicci 



Allen Is executive officer Diamondbacks awarded 



Spriggs 



Omdr. John E. Allen is the new executive officer of 
Fighter Squdadron 33, headquartered at Oceana Naval Air 
jStation. ^ '■;, ;!:... ;^:. -../.." "r^ 

k Allen i»evioMBly iMBiiM MI«WwMiWligVf-i71'» "fc 
tccmbat maaeiMirtil^NMiment ti iu$ West, Fla. He Is a 
former sddst with the Navy's flight demonstration team, 
it (the Blue Angtes. and began lUs career with the Navy in 1961 
as an enlisted man. 

Allen is married and has four children. 




Navy wives meet 



The bimonthly meeting (rf the Navy Wives Qubs of 
America Tidewater Area Council will be Thursday March 30 
at 7 p.m. at the Camp Allen Chapel in Norfdk. 

Refreshments will be provided, but babysitting will nd 
be available. 

Past NWCA Southeast Regional president Augusta Beard 
will be the guest speaker. 

Wives (tf enlisted Navy. Marine Corps, and Coast Guard 
personnel are invited to attend. 

For further information, contact Donna Henry at 
424-2430. 



Ortega assumes command 



The THamondbacks" of Fighter Squadroi 102 were 
presented with the Goldent Tallhodc Award by Navy Capt. 
W.E. Ramsey, skipper <^ the USS Eisenhower, while 
depkored riBtiei|ty ditrpj^ ffj mMliff. 
trtdls. 

Hie squadron boasted the highest landing grade average "^ 
of any squadron aboard during the deployment. 

The conunanding officer of VF-102, Qndr. Drex Brad- 
shaw, was named Top Hodcer when he earned the highest 
individual landing average. 

While deplciyed, the squadron's maintenance department 
was credited with an outstanding job, according to Lr. j.g. 
T. J. Lenahan, when 97 percent of all tasked sorties were 
flown. 

The squadron's ordance department was responsible for 
the F-4 Phantom aircraft carrying a quarter million pounds 
of ordance against selected targets which were airborne, 
ashore and afloat. 



Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate Third Qass Bernard A. 
Spriggs Jr.. son of Bernard A. Spriggs Sr. of Newton Road, 
has reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS 
Independence, currently undergdng overhaul at the Naval 
Shipyard. Portsmouth. 

He jdned the Navy in April 1976. 



Navy Ensign David A. Dominicd. son of Chief Warrant 
Officer and Mrs. Felix B. Dominicci of 809 Earl of Balfon 
Qrcle, was comroissicmed in his presem rank upoi 
completion of Aviation Officer Candidate Schod. 

The 13-week ccHirse at the Naval Air Station, Pensacda, 
Fla., was designed to prepare candidates for their fiiture 
duties and responsibilities as commissioned officers and to 
prepare them to enter primary flight training. 

A 1973 graduate of First Cdonial High Schod, and a 1977 
graduate of Virginia Pdytechnic Institute and State 
University, Blacksburg, with a bachelor of science degree, 
he jdned the Navy in July 1977. 



Cochrane 



Barber 



Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic Third Qass Keith A. 
Barber, son dMr. and Mr. Marioi E. Perkins of 3729 Donna 
wood Eh-ive, has reported for duty with Tactical Electronic 
Warfiare Squadron 137, homebased Whidbey Island, Naval 
Air Sifltion, Oak Harbgr. Wash. 

He joined the Navy in August 1975. 



Aitnum Ketth A. Cochrap^j* soq,^ jretired U.S. Navy 
Commander and Mrs. Jamvs H. CocMiuie of 5300 Sherlock 
Road, has graduated at Chanute AFB. III., from the U.S. Air 
Force technical training course for missile ikdlities 
spedalists. 

Airman Cochrane, who learned to apetatt and maintain 
missile support equipment, is being assigned to Whiteman 
AFB. Mo., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air 
Command. 

The airman, a 1974 graduate of Kemps vllle High Schod, 
attended CMd Dominion Cdlege, Norfdk. 



Navy Onidr. Manuel Or- 
tega has assumed command 
command d Att«;k Squad- 
ron 176, headquartered at 
Oceana Naval Air Station. 

Formerly the executive 
officer of the squadron. Or- 



Holman 
promotes 
Navy career 

Nfidshipman Thomas D. 
Hdman, class <rf 78, will be 
in the Virginia Beach area 
the week cf March 27 as put 
of the U.S. Naval Academy's 
annual Itperation Informa- 
tion." 

This spedal program is 
designed to »^uaint quali- 
fied young men and women 
with tte Klvanti^es cS a 
Naval AcMemy edu(»tion 
and a cueer as a in^ofes- 
sional rfficer in the Navy 
and htoine Corps. 

A grwluate of Frank W. 
CeK high schod. Kfidship- 
man Hdman k the son of 
Qipt. and Kfrs. A. D. Petru- 
lis of ISOl Stanfield Road, 
Virginia BewA. 



tega relieved Omdr . Marshal 
A. Ifoward in a ceremony on 
board the USSAmerica. 

Capt. Robert Fuller, the 
America's commanding of- 
ficer, was the guest speaker. 



Saudi Arabia^ King Kha- 
lid will have the worUls 
biggest executive jet, a 
spedally outfitted Boeing 
747SP to be delivered in 
1979. 



Potluck 
supper set 

The USS John F. Ken- 
nedy Enlisted Wives Club 
will hdd a potluck supper 
for husbands and wives 
April 7 at 6 p.m. at the Ship 
it Shore Qub, Norfolk Naval 
Station. 

Free babysitting will be 
provided. New members are 
welcome. For information, 
call 464-4344. 

Anderson 

relieves 
Tucker 

Navy Omdr. D. C Ander- 
son relieved Qndr. R. E. 
Tucker Jr., as commanding 
ofiicer ai Fighter Squadron 
74 currently based asho'e at 
Oceana Naval Air Station as 
aconqxmentcrfAir Wing 17. 
The squadron deploys 
aboard the USS Forrestal. 



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Helps restore lost power and 
I pertormancfi to an out oflune 
I engine We il replace spark plugs. 
I points, condenser, and make other 
I vital checks and adjustn^ents. 



I LUBE, OIL L FILTER CHANGE 

{Includes chassis luba, new oil filter and up to 5 quarts of 
Exxon Plus singla-grad* motor oil. Uniflo*, our premium 




RepKice worn out 

bladrsnowdndson 

the dillerenre' We'll 

install a pair o( Atlas blade refiUt, 

check washer system «ind rtlill 

washor supply. 



SPRING RADIATOR SERVICE 
Tor compltle radiator #4 Aft A 
pfotacilon. wa'llflwrti^ litT" 
th« cooling sytltm and 
put in up to 2 gallena of witlfrant/ 
coolant. If^iact baits wkI hoaaa. 



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CARPET 
ACCESSORIES 
&APPLIANCESI 

OPEN DAILY 10 am to 9:30 pm 

VIRGINIA BEACH* S324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
HAMPTON • 3375 E. Mercury Blvd. 



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FREE WOMEN'S CLINIC 

for Road Safety and Basic Auto Malntananca 
April 11,7 p.in. - 9 p.m., 6 waaks on TuMcMy 

INDIAN RIVER CAR CARE CENTER 

Military Hwy. & Indian Riv^Rd. 

Virginia Beacli, Va. 424-2400 



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Ricardo, lie. Rmltors 
is proud of llarjr's record 
in 1977 wUch a sales 
volume of $450,000 nearly 
entering her into the 
MUlionDidUr Sales Club. 

Mary is a lifetoni 
residett (rf Chesaprake 
and has a tc^l of IS 
years in real estate. 
She is a graduate of 
the RMltors Institute at 
the University of Virginia, 

She invites all her 
many friends and clients 
to contact her for all 
their real estate needs 
at 482-4697. 

RICARDO. INC. 
REALTORS 

"IN THE HEART OF 
GREAT BRIDGE" 

351 Johnstown Rd. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 

547-4555 



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You can trust a Realtor! 

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BABBITTING 
Great Bridge Area 
WiU fir* your eUM 
ear* ia my home wioi 
Hn^iyui. Dtpewteble, 
BmmmU* ntts. 
PlMMcaU 412-3134 . 
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Antiques 

ALWAYS CASH 

Is whitt we pay fw anti- 
qws, used furniture, sil- 
ver, appliances, amplifiers, 
entire housebdd belong- 
ings, entire estates. 

CALVIN Zia>D 
AUCnONCO. 



Immaculate 4 bedroom rancher, cathedrial ceiling in 
kitchen and family room. Panelled family room with 
fireplace. Large screened porch. Anderson thermopane 
windows. |6S,900 



REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

Indian River 
Real Estate School 

PRINCIPLES OF 
REAL ESTATE 

Complete LicensingCourses 

Morning classes 9 to 1 

Evening classes 6 to 10 

Applications accepted now 

CALL 420-1060 



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Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 



3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 



484-4542 




BRADY 

Associates, Inc. 

Realtors 

Plasa Shopping Center 

Office: 484-9600 

PAUL V. BRADY 

Res: 488-2271 

CHURCHLAND 
AGENTS FOR: 

CHARLES D. JOHNSON 
& SON, INC. 



SASSER 



3200 Tyre Htk Rd. 

484-6690 




YouecNil 
sovettie 
whole wolM, 
but maybe 
Justa 
miepleoe. 

Pn^ress comes in 
inches. But even indies add 
up. A few lives here. A few 
lives there. And what the 
Peace Corps will do fw your 
Ufe is more than we can ever 
teQ you. Call the Peace Corps 
And maybe you can he^ get 
the wotld back together, a 
fnece at a time. The Peace 
Corps is alive and wdL 
Call tdl free: 
80(M24-8680. 



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KINGSTOWNE 



OPEN 



FRL, SAT., SUN. 2 P.M. 
Beautiful Brick Ranch 



'TIL DARK 



KINOSBERRir HOMES 



PRICES BEGIN AT $34,300 
C^tional: Garage, Fireplace, Central air. No Down 
Payment to Veterans. Only $200 total cash re- 
quired of Veteran Purchasers 

Located off Deep Creek Blvd. 

1/2 mile north of MUitary Hwy 

AMITY COMSTRUCTIOH A REALTY CO. S91-014C 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

for 
People pUnning Homes 
A Custom Builders 
SALES OFFICE 
333 Providence Rd. 

CALL 464-93 17 



LIMITED TIME 
ONLY! 
Pianos 

TRADE-IN SALE 

$300 

Regardless of condition- 
on any new piano in our 
showroom. Peele/Tollisonj 
Piano Wharehouse, 5312 
Building E., Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, 490-1653 




AAMcSaniM<4 
ITnNmipipwA 
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HOME 





A PARHIME CAREER WITH 
FRINGE BENEmS 

Serving 16 hours a month in the Army Reserve earns you more 
than an extra income. Benefits include regular raises, promo- 
nons and retirement pay if you stay wid> it. Call your load uiut 
tor details. It's listed in the white pages erf the yhene boak under 

"U.S. Government." ' 



BELAIR 





RUSSELL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

y^ Room additioiis, bathrooms, 






Utehens, garages and general 




iMwie rqiairs. Call anytime 




tor free estiDates. 48S-377S 


* 


LIctiised, bonded, lOyrs.eqt. 




C(»IPLETE BATHROOM 


CLEANING New homes 




REMODELING 


and rentals. All kinds of 
cleaning. Call 421-^87 




No J(H> too Ug or too 






soatl senrlc*. Low over- 






hMd iHrlCM. Wt fiaaace. 






Call anytime. D JR. Stakes. 


ROOFING REPAIRS Ex 




•9I-75M <8- nS-OSSl 


perienced - any type, small i 
jobs. Call night or day. 625 








JC8 plumung - lUh 


9624 or 857-6710 shop. 




pairs and moiUficatimu. No 
job too small. ^ hr. ser 
vice. Low rates. 461-9105 














or 567-8002. 








HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, mainten- 
ance. State licensed. Free 
Kslimates. Prompt, cour- 








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teous service. Quality per- 




BLACK 


formance. 4M6 - 1544 or 497 • 
2520. 




BIU%rH€RS 










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ML BLACK 




R ^845-7311^ 






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ItonM 
ImproveflMfit 




BaMen 

Hone Imtrovmaents 


Co. 




C^Mractcrs 






(kn^B^kters 
BomAMttms 


Kitchen remodeling 


Alaalmia Sidiv 


Bathroooi resMiIdeling 


Rod^- Cvfohs 


AlUBlHIB Sfattflg 


JUtchra RemodellBK 


Garage built 


to E. Black, Sr. 


Ro(Mi adtttfcns 
Cuimtry 




fTwwpeske, Va. 


Fireplace buUt 
Garage to FafflUyroom 
Cooversicns 










You name it, we'U do it! 






399-M59 or 397-717I 




S.A,lta^lM 


Anytime for free ^timate 
by state r^stered 


flow MM. Ml 


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RI\RTOF WHAT YOU EARN IS PRIDL 



Peggy Knight 
School of Music 

ANNOUNCES 

Openings in Piano-Theory 
Rytiun Classes -Ages 2-5 
Member of the National 
Guild of Piano Teachers 
BA in piano - ODC 
M Ed. from UVA 13 
13 years eqierioice in 
primary education and 
prirate piano teaching 



1206 Hawthorne DHve 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

Ph. 420-0554 



Put your unneeded items 
to work for you bringing in 
$$$$. Cdl 486-3430 for a 
low cost classified ad. 



Frkby-Saturday-Monday 

AbMliitely no dealers, please. 



WOOD-N-TMNQS 

AatiqoM and F^vniture 

SALE SALE 

OUTDOOR FURMrnmE 
Pu^ rodnrs A brings 

WebnyaadSel 
MMCCMJjnfAVE. 

We also do sti^ta^ and 
r^nlahi^. 




Your Choice 

»1000 

Cars-Trade-Flnance 

Wtth approved crodK. 



74Maveilck,4Dr. 
74 Torino, 4 Dr. 
74lmpalaWgn. 
74 Vega, 2 Dr. 
73VegalVgn. 
73 Pinto Wgn. 
73Chev.,4Dr. 
73Chevelte,4Dr. 
73 Scamp, 2 Dr. 
72 Torino Wgn. 
72Chev.,4Dr. 

72Cliev 



72 Caprice, 4 Dr. 
72 hnjiala, 4 Dr. 
72 bnjiaia, 4 Dr. 
72 Chrysler, 4 Dr. 
72Ch^,4Dr. 
72Pilfo,2Dr. 
72 Mercury, 4 Dr. 
71Plyiiioiilh,4Dr. 
71 RAonle Carlo 
71 Ford W^. 
71 Matador, 4 Dr. 

..4Dr. ^ 



LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk County 
Finance Co. 



Some other cars umier 



500 



Home of Dad & Junior 

S39-9981 
SUFFQLK 



Locally Ownad 
482-3381 

342 Battlaf laid Blvd. 
Wlhon SlKwUng Shoppfng 



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ton^ni^lrainmglMih. Keep vuir jab 
MM RMi en pvt-tinie bmu *Sm. & 
Sun. I or attnidiiur 3 week MUime 
mideni training. Call ri|^ mm fiir 
Mlirtmnatiun. 



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THE FIND IT SERVICE - 

Share In the jwofits <rf items 
for sale or items wanted. 
You may at any time rffcr 
for sale or list items you 
wouU Hke to buy with us. 
Send $2.00 ta ZEREK. P.O. 
BoR 29, Uwrenceville. Va. 
23868. 



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VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-499-3707 



BASIC FLORAL, 
DESIGlf CLASSES 
Enroll now for April clas- 
ses at 2 locations: Prices 
Florist, Chesiveake; Vir- 
ginia Beach Florist, Laskin 
Rd. For infomatioo call 
422-3624 



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TIM to 

mi* you 



Thi$ information ho* been 
•lupplted by exptrt* at The 
Society of Chartered Prop- 
erty A Casualty Underwrttert, 
the national profeseional 
lociety whoee memben have 
earned the CPCV deeignation 
by meeting high educa- 
tion^ ethical and experience 
requirement*. > 

Q. I've heard that most 
insurance companies give s 
discount for safe driving. 
What type of driving record 
must I have to qualify? 




LOST- Siamese, male, alt- 
ered, answers to Siraopy. 
Lost near Johnstown Rd., 
Chesapeake. REWARD 
OFFERED/547-7385 

••AutMDaMlts for Sale 

1977 CUTLASS SUPREME 

fblly equipped, wananty, 
$4,595. Cta be seen at 
Avis, 3440 North Military 
lOghway. 853-4112. 

419 

dSVROLET 1977 m»k 

TE CARLO, fyiy equipped, 
warranty, $4595. Csn be 
seen at Avis. 3440 North 
MlUtary Highway, 853-4112. 
4]9 

VOOSWAaEN-1975 Su- 
per Beetle LeGrande, less 
than 17,000 actual miles, like 
new, AM, FM, jun 
roof, $2,850. 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 

419 

197«-FORD VAN, black, 
S.S. Mags, T.A. Radials, 
air conditioned, fUl power, 
headers, side pipes, sun 
rocrf; kaded,c«U 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 



7-Tnicks- Trailers-Jeq^ 

DATSUN pick up trucit, 

dean. 4 speied, radio, hea- 

. tor, good paint, $1,6W5. 

461-5104. '♦'Z 

ll-Boato, MarirtSBHdias 

J(Mn«SON OinVOAROS - 

Full selection of 1^^, 
in aU horsepower xwK^A 
plus a few leftover 1977% 
at big savings. VikiM' 
Marine is Virginia^ largest 
outboard dealer. The reascjin 
is price, selection and st- 
vice. See us before yob 
buy or you may overpayj 
¥i mile West of Lynnhaven 
Inlet Bridge. Viking ', 
Marine, 3762 Shore Driv«, 
464-6939 or 464-3411. 
419 - 



SAILBOAT-1973 AFC Ame- 
rican 16'. 1975 2 1/| 
Evinrude, auxiliary out-, 
board, trailer, saib, boitt 
gear, $1995. 481-5870. J 

419 : 

SPOETSCRATTW. Cleaa 
Reasonable. LOADEDIIfl! 
428-8111 Ext. 42 or 426- 

W72- 

329 



A. It's true. If you hava a 
clear driving record you will 
qualify for lower rates on 
your insurance premiunu 
than those drivers who do not 
have a clear record. 

A clear driving record 
means that neither tiie policy- 
holder nor any household 
member hu been involved in 
an accident in which he or 
she was st fault, nor has been 
convicted of a serious traffic 
law violation for the past 
three years. It is estimated 
that more than 75 percent of 
all motorists quali^ for the 
safe driver rate. 

Tlie chargeable period for 
some companies varies. For 
some it is two years. This 
is. changing. 



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il»»>dilimce« 

ARTOFECXZURYinmy 

home. Gdl Frank Isreal 
for ftirther information 
428-3694, Oub Demoostra- 
tion. 

45 

WATER PILLS and lax- 
atives WK} deplete your 
body^ essential Potassium- 
Ask K-Fcrte' Ingram Drug.- 

329 

1 AM LOOKING flar a 
mature working wosnan to 
share a 2 bedroom, 2 bath 
townbome. Lovely area 
cloBe-shan>ing, transport- 
ation. 464-6037. 426 



FOR PRAYER and Chri- 
stian counseling call 
Fanny D. Finney at 623- 
5052. 

tf 

SELLING CHUCK NCA- 
RIS KARATE - 2 year 
membership. Paid $1,015 
sell for $775 or best offer, 
can 3404337 
45 

TRAVEL (MtiraiT&D 

pragnms for dob <»■ dvic 
organisation. Moviea. pro- 
graina, leetarM avaOidlde 
fOT vaeatton qMts or 
tours. Cmtinental Travd 
Ltd. 488-^08. 
828 

NEWff APBt PBINTINb 

to eoQ^u. high a^ods, 
mOitvy bases, diardws, ' 
anyoM wuiting a proiea- 
atonal prodnet. Yoiff aewt- 
paper or advertiWag dr- 
eular malm an in^radoo. 
Be rare tt rriie^ Xttt 
'image yoa want to xoffj/nclL' 
ChadciNffprkea. deUvtay 
and snappy «fbrt quality. 
Zmi^Uub ty p ea ettia g tadl- 
Uea. CM Brrat Norria 
(647-4671) or Nmis Bly 
(^•8080) for estinatM. 
no old^ttkHi. Wen an^<»- 
fii6» tin ty por tun ^ to 
quote pricM. 

C1SCIA.AR 1«JVIXT- 

If y<» di^fltate advw^ 
ing ditdvs hi Vhi^ma 
Bww^ and OieaqiMto, we 
oa save yen ^t]^ Oin^ 
deliv«7 syrtrau. tofstter 
irith taa«rtl% IB oar boow- 
town oewapapHra. draver 
the mort radiace far ^0 
m«9. ^I^e eovm«e 
rf the nariai yo« Mrt. 
Can Byerfy PuUiatioN 
(S47-tfn) awi adE for 
Br^ Mvite. He «a^«- 
vMe yon ^Mk mm^ti^ 
isforaitfoB. No d^ptfoa, 
«f. 



SEA RAIDER - 1978 - 24^ 
foot, cuddy cruiser, all 
extras. 240 OMC. 1/0.^^ 
retail $14,260, sale 18.996. 
E-Z loader trailers sale. 
Kenny's 647-5444. 

45 

BOAT SLIPS For Rent. 20" 
to 60'. yearly, only 4 slips 
available. Fuel, bait, ice. 
Fisherman's Wharf Ma- 
rina, 428-2111. 



419 



PLYMOUTH STATION 
WAOW, 1968, power 
everything, good condition, 
runs well, dependable. 
Oream Puff!$350 or best 
offer, caU after 5 P.M. 
420-3243. 

419 

BUICX 1977 REGAL, fully 
equipped, warranty, $4595. 
Can be seen at Avis, 
3440 North Nfilitary High- 
way, 853-4112. 
419 

DAT8UN-1973, 610 sta- 
tion wagon, air conditim- 
ing. 8 tnck. fuel economy, 
autonatie, 1 ownw, low 
mileage, R500. 484-5761. 



1975 PLYMOUTH, Sports- 
' man, station wagon, excel- 
.kfit condition, new tires. 

an twwer, luggl^ «lck, 

red&fig sesss, -PaM 

$9,400. Sell fiir $3,500- caU 

547-0543 
45^ 

1977PONTIAG, TRANS 
AM, Spedal edition, T-top, 
all extras. 7,000 miles, 
please can- 461-5104 
412 

MERCEDES BENZ1953, 
220 Cabriolet "V, Classic 
IM-e-war styUng. A rare 
model, $8,000 firm. 481- 
4642. 

412 

1979II0RNET, good tires, 
radio, heater, new battery, 
good transportation, wife^ 
car, moving. $450. Call 
467-1818. 
4 5 

FUT-1972, 123 station 
wagon. AM/FMsterio 
tape deck, new tires. Blue, 
good condition, dependa- 
ble, economical, $900. 
425-8726 
45 

197f UNGOLN Cratinent- 
al-Hardt(9, All power, bl- 
ade with red intwior. Ex- 
eeDen* eimdittoo, 86.000 
mika. $2,000. 468-2690. 
828 

DAT8UN-240 Z, ^ blue, 
1971, AM/FM 8 trade, 
4-q>eed, eonqdetely re- 
stored, edl 426-1748 after 
6 p.m. 
828 

I9n MERCURY Mai^uis 
Brougiim. Very good eon- 
diticm. $1,M0. New In- 
apeetini dicker. Fleaae 
can 497-1988. 426 
^ 

CAinLLAC-1969. Sedan 
De ViUe, vinal b^. fully 
equqipedi new ttrea. exMl- 
Imt eonditioo, irenisi 
daily, HmiMad-company 
car. 1800-bert tOtif. 499 - 
8601 or 4W4)993. 



SEARS • GAMEFI8HER - 

12' flbnrglass boat witii 16' 
Dilley trailer - new wheel 
bearings. Great conditioni 
$300.. Moving must aelU 
480-3429. 

45 

U-Help Wanted 

NEED Six Women interes- 
ted in earning $60. to $100. 
weekly. Part time from 
your home. Call 420 - 0977 
for appointment. 
^ TJ. 

BARN $5-810 per wwUm 
in your spare tine and 
ci||oy It too. No delivering, 
no collecting, no risks. 
Rubbermaid Products, for 
more information call 
Nfildred. 461-8152. 
419 

AV(m - Be part of the 
CHamorous Fashion World.** 
;Avon tisata show yoq'H^w 
to have your oWfl MMiity 
business. Sell femdus Cos- 
metics and fragrancesj^in 
your own territory. CaU 
481-3631. 



ADVERTISING emu 
PANY needs 25 men and 
women to do telephone sates 
wak. No experience need- 
ed. Kfilitary and students 
welcome. Day and evening 
shifts availd^. Guaranteed 
sdary and bonuses. On>- 
ortunities for advancement. 
Apply in person. 3320 Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd.. Rosemont 
Exit. Stroud Building, Suite 
11, accross from Princess 
Anne Plaza, Virginia Beach. 
9 a.m. - 8 p.m. 

3-29 

HOUSEWIVES use youT 
free time for fbU or pari^ 
time income. Good opport;- ' 
unity in your own neighbor 
hood. 425-3834. 

.4li^ 

I U-Poritjana Wartad . 

BABYSITTING INDIAfi 
RIVER AREA-in my homp. 
Experienced, want pUy- 
mates for my child, fa^ 
meals, pUyroom, days, , 
nigbts, 543-4355. 
419 * 



TUTOR KEIffSVILLEp 

AREA- Your home or nune. 
Win tutor in reading 
disabilities, math and 
English. Grades 1-12. 
Certifted teacher. 424-2471. 



BABYSimNG-MY 
HOME. 2 years and up. 
fenced yard, play room. 
References. Near Green 
Run and Lynnhaven Park- 
way. 468.26«3. 424 



PLYMOUTH FURY, 1966. 

^iModai^, l!6in8peeMon 
^idm, food ecmditicm. 
%m, «r7-0256. 

7-TrBdM-Tw^rs'Ji«|» 

M»G1 Pia[-UP,19». 

short wheel base, with 
cnqier. Slee|» 2, with stove 
and ice booi. ^50. Good 
condition caU after 5 p.m. or 
anytmie w^k-eads. 
«5-7676. 

419 



CARE for 2, poo&ly 8,. 
^^ ladies in iqr li^, 
nurdi^ experimee, Chiia- 
tiaa h<»M. 647 - 8847. 

3;» 



BABYSnriNG-Plymouth 

Pu-k, Lynnwood Slures, 
Pteasant Park, surrouadiag 
areas. WiU give your cfafld 
lovii^ care in Christian 
honM. Reuonable rues- 
543-3M9. 



419 



FORD 1966 PKZ UP, 
Red, new 35$ ei^iiw with 
ody 7,000 fl^Ht short 
bed, exceltent cendition, 
$795, 393-6107. 



419 



19-Local Instruetitm Clas ses 

^f^^mt^dsM. Certifier % 
uuncan iraeher. Uomptote 
Une DuKM products. 
(h«afwe. ^ng. uni- 
OM ^la.^«e b^(b«^8 
^hiiMa. 2218 Pottm Bead, 
4»4)487. 

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All agw. I%<MM tar infn- 
a^on and brochure. 853- 



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.^ASENII-Fenute, o^year 
f^, good with (Aildren, 
AKG registered with 
W>ers. $150... Qdl even- 
ings 487-90£t. 

< ^^ 

MOSIIY PART MINIA 
HIRE DASCHUND pup- 
pies. 6 weelcs old. 2 
males. 6 females, adorable, 
to good homes only, S5. 
M?Hl849. 
41? 

SBEHAN HUSKY - Pure 
toed with AKC papers, 
female, 1 year dd, all shots, 
loves attention/people. To 
good homsnly, $20. 421- 
9475. 

■ 419 

ENGLHH SETTER- mix, 
femak, year dd, house- 
trained, all shots. Great 
with kids, needs loving 
femily and ramping room, 
SIO. 423-5698. 
419^ 

DOBERMAN PUPPIES- 

AKC Registered. Mack, 
. rust. Damasyn, Warlock and 
Kay HU bloodline. 33 
champions in 3 generations 
OD dams side. 28 champions 

00 sires side.421-3S23-. 

419 

WELSH TERRKR. nude. 
AKC registered with pqxrs 
shots, good with kids, 
want show home. $150.. 
evenings 487-9062. 
412 

BASE^aI- male. 3 months 
•.Old. shots and wormed. 
AKC with papers, Cham- 
pi<m blood lines, $175, 
evenings 487-9062. 
419 

POMERANIAN PUPPY- 

male. 4 ihonths old. AKC 
registered with papers, 
miniature size, dark cream. 
to good home only, bes t 
«ffer, 486-6589 
419 

COCKERS, AKC Register- 
ed. 6 weeks dd, 3 buff 

1 parti cdored, $100. 
627-8055. 45 



PMIEBANIAN • TOY 

.PuM - AKC niMmid. 
, Uv^ poppiM. mal^iymd 
jjteta. idMoe eaU 64$-SnH. 

- 2a 

al&CKER SPANIEL PUPS 

9 weeks old, AKC Regi- 
stered, Male, red and 
buff, mother uid fitther on 
premises, good with chil- 
dren. 583-4870. 
419 

i KKMMUB PUFPOd) - 3 

:r Toya, Regiatered with pa- 
.p«n, Shrer. White; ^.- 

.176. and $125. Cute. \^- 
iul. Alio aduh female. 
.S6S-n88. 

IV, 888 

^AFGHAN PUPnES, AKC 
.Registered. Champion 
stodc, 7 weeks, silver/- 
cream and cream, $200, 

rHKirym or 588-8985. 

M-PetSerrlwi 

VmaNIA REACH DOG 
IRAINING registration 
April 6.. Qasses start 
AfM'il 13. Late registration 
Incepted, call Terri Wdff 
"4864112 853-0087. 419 

•^TOMMO.'S K-f Gdleg«h 
'tiroup or private obedienee 
elaaaee, protective training 
for -yoa h«ne or bunneaa, 

^slMTing thoae who donand 
the best. S8S-8SS5. 

828 

t4-tertM-Cattlt let. 

HALT A»ALOOSA and 

hatf AraUan. 2 years old. 
Registered. Saddte and 
ta<^ indued. $650, 482- 
2381. 

412 



t4-Boraw.Catttt Ect. 

lflJNTERPONY-12.2 

^mds, very genlte, good 
for beginner, excelkm 
jumper. Blue ribbon win- 
ner, price $740.good home. 
488-1202. 

426 



»S-Articlaili>r Me 

SHIPMENT mw brand 
liame childrenis clothes 
greatly diseountedf Polly 
Flinders. Ruth. Cinderella. 
Just For Kids. Lomton 
Bridge Shopping Center, 
486r(480. 



H-AtfiqMa 



H'tAvaiadGtrdas 



419 



LAWN MOWER-Good con- 
dition, satisfaction guaran- 
teed, $35. 853-9351. 

419 , 

SEWING MACHINE PF 
APF, Oerman model. 1212, 
20 stiches, excellent con- 
dition, S500, CUl 486-0568. 

-4ia- 

AUTUMN HAZE MINK 
STOLE-perfect condition, 
$250 or best dfer, 499- 
M27. 

419 ' 

CHAIN SAW sHomeUte, 
coat $200 seU $100; KEL- 
TY backpacking equip- 
ment, new. worth $500, 
seU $225; 4 31a»r rims/- 
covera $50. 488-9481. 
328 

SEARS. 5 hap. outboard 
motor, uaed twuse, excel- 
lent eiHidition $100; SIVIO 
Soprano. Aeemdian, very 
good oottditita. ease in- 
duded. $100. 487-6007. 



TEXTAN SADDLES - 

WMtnn aaddfe. with 2 
Westom idankeU. $175; 
English aaddk with 1 Eng- 
lish blanket, $126, excel- 
lent conditirai. 4264179 or 
426-7739. 
328 

DYNAMARK Roto-tiller, 
5 horsepower, only 7 hours 
use. $265; 12 vdt FM/ 
stereo radio with 8 track. 
$50; Sears portable dish- 
washer, $165; lawn mow- 
er, 20 inch cut, $50; 12 ft. 
fiberglass boat, $100; 
child% small bicyde, $15; 
20 h). girls bicycte, $15; 
prices negotiable. 482- 
4243: 
329 

'IIUEWAIiat Sew Vac, 
2710 Virginia Beadi Brale- 
vard; 840 - 3481 or 6628 
East bdlan River Road, 
420 - 5808. Reconditioned 
,3 Btciww s,WJ6.an. KMty 

itmxmDRifHasif,' guod 

qualify WeffSm, wide ad- 
ectlon, all siaes and types. 
Colley Avenue Bicyde 
Shq>, 27th St. & Cdley 
Ave. 622 - OO06. ^^ 

LAWN MOWER - 22" 
Wizard with grass catdier, 
adjustable cutting kvel. 
used 2 months, eort $115. 
will seU for $60. 422-3085. 
46 



2 RTCBTERED quarter 
horsM, Mares, 15.3 and 15 
hoMb. Sorrel. Qm be 
siiown. 5 and 7 years old. 
I^ioed to seU. 460-^7. 

; 412 

HNTO - i^aiaasa, 13.4 
tends, an shots, good con- 
frmttko, good ibed pony, 
4 years dd. green In-oke. 
gentle but headstrong, 

.$235.488.7290. 

_ 412 

tnSDHJll P««Y, 18.2 
haada aad gr«y. 1977 
VraSA, local peeychafflp- 
km. Good movw ^ J«q>- 
w, j^eed to adL (Net- 
t^etm Fniw. «8-1482. 
_ « 

BARMAN HOBSETRA: 

pjtmi, t i^RWSIRA- 
WWAHDHIWTR^ 
ttS AVAEAM-B^Oatat 



Your dassi&d ad eould be 
here, selling your unneed- 
ed household items. Call. 
486-3430. 

PUUJ7T8 CHICK8- 

8-10 mcmth old pullets. 
Also taking orders for ba- 
by chicks. Hease call 497 - 
2161. 



"He FKEWOOD KING" - 

all Oak. 3/4 ton truck, 
split, stacked and de- 
livered • $40 and up. 1 - 867 
-5946. 

■ 412 

FRANKLIN FIREPLA- 
CE, comiriete with chim-_ 
~ney. roof vmts and fire-~ 
place set. Excellent eondi- 
ti(m. Saerilke W $176. call 
6884154 
- 46 

CUPifXS Mustache 
trimmer, goatee trimuMr. 
also hone and dog dip- 
pers. Seotece Barbw Si4>- 
pfy & Sharpening Service, 
caU867-44ffi 

, 46 

POWBI 1M>WQI - 22". 
Snai^o- witii grass cateh- 
w. good eolMffiira. Moving 
to Condo. $60. 481-4812 or 
625-2606. 
48 

GWHAM SILVBt ehaf- 
ms didi. S Gottem sflver 
c limrolc ewtag pieces 
iritii eovws, Jacobean 
chair with en^wd vdvet 
mAotatitiT- 4^-3626. 

4S 



<3QAT8k»B altar 6 
p.m. CHEAP. 487-7364. 



48 



329 



OAK CffFiaTDEpfs. 

stad( boolKases, 100 mis- 
ccltaocous oak pie^s, 
dej^ession glass, dolls, 
^Midto limp, wicker tid^s 
aad dwfrs nd mu^ matt. 
19th Century Antiques, 
318 West 21st. Street, 
open 10-7, 7 days. ^5- 
9119. Deafer. 
419 

QUEEN ANNe~rAnJ(-2 ~ 

fe«^; matdiing 4 d^s, 
l»flH, btffers tri^. M^ 
wfth wQodio p^. ^400. 
Othn hew. 547-0S43 

45 



ANTHIUE rRENCH bed- 
rttom suite - Ornaely inlaid, 
fa^ Ridgeway, 9 pieces, one 
of a kwi see to appreciate. 
$2,000. 4264301/ 625-5625 
45 



ANTKHJE VICTORIAN 

baloon back matdied set of 
6 dining room diairs. Ex- 
cellent MXKytion. Must be 
seen to appredate. $500. 
Firm, 423-4983 
-i:z 45 

CHURCHY ANslMUES A 

SELLING POST. At Fox 

HaU. 6029 E. Princess 

Anne Road. 20 percent off 

with thi« adverUsementl 

863-9648. 

45 

SO PIEOK OAK FURNI- 
TURE; curved ^ass oak 
china calanet) wfeker; de- 
preaaian giaas; Oriental 
ehhia; Gwman bisque 
ddb. Much more. 625- 
9119. 
46 

BRASS CASH REGIS- ^ 
TER, Coro Handel screen. 
High odi bed, 1879 studmt 
hunp, twin aleigh beds, 
625-9119 dafly 11-6. 
45 



ROY« anhques ■ 1904 

-Laffette Avenue. We buy 
and sell. Used iod antique 
furniture. 626 -9624 vt 867 
- 6710 shi^, Dealer. 

T.F. 

l?'liouse Bdd Goods 

REFRIGERATOR - runs 
weU. $25; bunk bedb with 
mattresses. $50 set; twfa 
beds. $50; piano spinet- 
good condition. $575; 2 bar 
stods - swivel, pair, $15; 
prices mgotialde-4824243. 
329 

REFRIGERATOR - CSN- 
ERAL ELECTRIQ 14 cu. 
ft.. White, exceUent condi- 
tion, $125, 486-7988. 
412 

FREEEBR-Whiripod, up- 
right, safety kick door, 
safety lig^it, white, Good 
condition. Paid $450. Will 
sell fm- $160. 463-1352. 
828 

CUSTOM MADE Vour 
Pfece qedional, like new; 
Walnut dining room set 
w/two piece hutch; Vari- 
ous furiiitura; bureaus, 
dinette set. 464-8966. 
828 

WmRUHKHi WAraEB4 

years old, white, good 
condition, $86. 464-1990. 



KELVDIATOK Deep. 
ftewsr. 17 wi. fe.. Gged | 

■•:•' . ' - » '^' '-.. - — <-■ — 
WASHER-DRYER Beau- 
tiful Whirlpool IMPER- 
IAL, green, used 2 wedts-- 
under 6 ymr warranty - 
boimbt Christmastime. 
PaU $900 wiU sacrifice 
$600,420-4888. 

l§_ 

MATBK8E8 / BOX 
SPRINGS, USED/sanitiz- 
ed-$lS.0O s^up. Applian- 
ees. Ck>thii«. Things Un- 
Umited. New N* Used, 601 
Virginia Beach, Bhrd, 428-- 
7841. 

- 45 

TELE^^IW-Heathkit 25" 
coter, toudi tuning, just 
finished, exoelknt condition, 
ready for cabinet, $420, 
340-2547. 

_^^__^ 419 

MACaVAVOX STERIO 

consofe, S225; New Fridai- 
dare Dryer, $225; Wom- 
txC% English 10 speed, 
$1 10; Satin wedding gown, 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m. 

426 

CAPTAINS BEIMtwin 
bed), hand nuxte of 
PhiUipiiw Ntahogany, 2 
large storage drawers, 
excellent condition, $75, 
545-3987. 

426 

BEIMNXM SUITE -doubte 
bed with matresses, dres- 
ser with tall ndrror, 5 
drawer chest, excellent 
condition $195. or best 
dfer. 419 585-5733 

FURNITURE, 1904 set 
encydopedias, Adadrd re- 
frigerator, dishes, pou-n- 
pans, soull aniiiances, 
lamps, household items 
very reasonable prices. 
4894387.419 

SOFA- Qxttemporary styl^, 
green, black and white 
pittd. Oood condhion $85 
or best dfer. CUl 855- 
7718 after 5 p.m. 419 

COUCH Md CHAffl-Ew^ 
An^rican, 6 foot so& has 
a vieen size Ude-a-way 
bed, mttchiiv cfamr, Her- 
cuhn &bric V.O.C. ^5., 
4M-76(B. 419 

REFRKKUTOR -WUrl- 

pod- 1 year oM. exceDeM 

cottiitkii. whhe, 17.1 cu. 

ft. $300. Please caB 497- 

3134. 

— 45 



OBLIWEN'S CUyiHES 

warned for re-sate, brand 
names. Just For Kids, new 
a^ used infents through 
childrens clothing. Loniton 
Bridge ShopfMng Center, 
486-4480. 419 

CASH ON THE S^OT 

for used furniture and 
apfriiances. QUI B.AS. 
Furniture ComiMny. 625- 
3376. 

419 

- WE buy used T.V.'s, am- 
plefiers, and speakers. In- - 
stent eadil American T.V., 
62S» Indtai River Rom), 
Virginia Beach, 420 -6096. 
45 



l*> *h*' Tfdium is bmimi up 
with die evci.day Uft-of your 
comaodty more ihn your 



SHOTGUNS, rSles. and 
ptetds, kuvM. swords, 
bi^onets and all types war 
souvenirs regardless of 
condition. Cdfector will 
pay top W. 467 1888. 
419 

nUVATE PARTY wishes 
to buy sterling silver, 
Stratlvari pattern by Wall- 
ace. Comi^te setting or 
individual pfeces. 4lh^-' 
1746. *' 



VEGETABLE A BEDD- 
II«KJ PLANTS- cabbage, 
tomato, cauliflower, 
strawberry plants, & |«n- 
sies. Bob's Berries Green- 
house. 1315 Keiqjsville' 
Road, Oiesapeake, Virgin- 
ia, 547-3335, 

412 

M-Fara E quipmaot 

TRiUGfOB-JMIN DEERE- 

lOhsp., 42' cut, rdo tiller 
attai^meM included, Ex- 
cellent condition, new eng- 
ine, $1,100. Call 481-1842. 



419 



JOHMfm FARM I 
Traaters, 3. hook-^ e- 
qul|HiMti fence (Miat, pee- 
■Ht hay and con, 645- 
8370. 

' . .8» 



SS^ TOYS wanted-4644282 



BOUSB BOG DISC - for 

3-pt. ho<*-up $290 each. 
30' flat bed hay equipment 
traitor $490. 480-1947 or 



Your jimk b someone 
else's treasured Sell H; with 
a bweost classified ad, call 
4864430. 

WE buy diamonda and any 
type of goM. 461 - 8261 
Dealer. 

lO-Mualcal Merchandise 

FiAra»4LAinea[i, ms 

Era. imright Aerotone, 
profsaAnialfy restored 
1978 witii 16 rolls both old 
and new tunes. Oii^al 
finfeh, oceellent oonditicm. 
Best <rffw. Great for recre- 
atim room or bar. Call 
461-2616 for appointment 
to see anytime after 9 a.m. 
45 

83-Good Things to Eat 

GRAIN FED COWS for 

freezer. 40 cents a pound. 
Will deliver to packing 
company. 488-4244. 
_. 828 

OYSTfaUB - Lynnhaven, 
shucked and unwashed. 
Oniodte JIurd'a Seafood 
Rertaurant. off littie Neck 
Bd.. Earl Smith. 840-5171. 
tf 



^9 49746K. 



329 



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' MOBVUSW 

Mteftdk's 

Bc^ eeO, trade. Buying 
sflver eoins. 42 Southon 
Sh(q>ping Center, Norfirik. 
8684118. t.f. ' 

t^M-Jew»yAW>icM» 

QUALITY 3.20 carat sd- 
itaire diamond. anwals«d, 
$19,200, saCTifice, $10,000t 3 
carat diamond codctaU rii^, 
$1.500, 481-7933 
after 3 P.M. 419 

IS-LatiB Md Gardea . 

IT'S SnUNG Flantmg 
'Time! Free aapi 48 pg. 
Planting Oiude Ottakig In 
cdor - offered by Vfrginia^ 
Urgest growers of fruit 
trees, nut trees, berry 
-phmts, grape vmes, hmd- 
scape plant material. 
Waynesboro Nurseries - 
'Waynesboro.^giida 
22980 426 



COW MANURE-Improve 
your soil. 1/2 ton pick- 
up trudc load $35, deli- 
vered to your garden dot, 
623-9382 after 4 p.m. 419 

ASPARAGUS^iiMMge. 
brocdi plants; onioB sets; 
red potatoes, bedding 
plants, garden seedsUime, 
fertiUzer, etc. Wgi^ 
Bew^ Feed and Seed. ^7- 
2151. 419 

MRT A-LBIadc. tetOa 
top aoil. Also sand and fin. 
Pran^t aerviee. Jack N. 
Powdi. Inc. K6 - '^44 OT 
868 - 7218. 
TF 

MOMEIB RENT A GAR- 

dea-Gardeitt are ready. 
TIdm to plant, (mfaMis. po- 
tatoea. May peas. Far-%i- 
fermatwo piease e^ 497- 
61». 
828 

RENT KIEWEVS E^ 
Gardens at Gout Booao. 
te rtadr to {rifeBt. 20'xSff 
frv laS. can 4274295. 

- 46 

R0TO-TB4iN6 - Any 
seiBtioB, ai^ainjA, K op. 
Free estimatee. ^Amii. 



TI9SCML-«ad[. loaa^. 
tewi. from A-ifaihy {0*0. 
Alw fill cHrt ud vtxL 
L m ^ qyiHg md gra^ig. 
Ctf tiH-TSTS. 



^GH CHAIR, $7.», OJ^. 
Infrutt ou- seu, $10.00; 
embrddered men^ Korean 
SU we^ht jadcet. 547- 

nv> 

329 



AgnmMiYias 

The mn or woBSB wto-ieeib 
didr t w i U Bu n h y iw ni|iapi 1 
tan eev«4e-ti0«« «A iMc is 

on iood c v tais , km ms or htt 
kB0«4e^ tew^drisnatfag 
hd* arta Asm becsni tfw 



WE fa»t^ Antenna's. 
Make day end night home 
calls. M/C and BAG. New 
and used T.V.'s American 
T.V., 420-6095. 



45 



40-Moblle Homes for Sale 

oowcmBHS'S^^^ 

66', 2 bedrooms appliances 
furnished, centrd heat, air 
conditioning, carpeting, fr- 
ont bay window, Bxcdlent 
Condition. Asliing $6,000, 
486-2642. 



/44-R«nrts-loMs 



VACATION IN THE 
N«XJNTAINS: A fim place 
for youngsters of any age. 
Plenty to do on Lake and 
300 acre Wildlife Manage- 
ment area. Fishing, boat- 
ing, hiking, games, TV. 
Spacious living area, 5 
bedrooms. 2 baths, modern 
kitchen. Perfect for large 
groups. Deer Track, c/o 
Dan Stickfey, Jr., 600 W 
Market St., Harrisonburg. 
VA. 22801 

426 



[!4MpartBMts for Rest 

OlAf MILgE -New 
Vartmenu «ctcM from 
le Highl^KiqL 

peted, modernja^ii.aU 
appliances, $2B8 tlf $240- 
547-71^1. 

tf 

DAytE ACiES- Near 
W«««^ Br^h section, 
bridt ancb, * bedrooms. 
Vh bsths, den, carpeting, 
Vi acre fenced. Available 
Mveh 8, $326, 4M4881. 
^ 

ARROWHEAD - 3 bed- 
room. 2Vi baiitownhome, 
frunify room^^ dl ajqdian- 
ces, storage ioam. carpet- 
hig, excellett odidition, 
482-3198 or 4;»-60S3. 

1 80-WaBtotf to Rwt 

IIEAfS-RES(«T AREA 

Room with btochen prive- 
leges or garage apartment. 
Reasonabte foe Juik and 
July for 2 responsible 
femak college Juniors with 
hxd references, 489-1888. 
419 

lit-Far Srie Ya. Beach 

KEMPSVILLM6,500 and 
assume. 3 bedroom 2 1/2 
baths, washer, dryer, dis- 
posal, self-dendng oven, 
prestige area. With pod 
privledges. 497-4568. 

426 

THOMXJGHQOUd-BY 

epTMr-Cul-de-BM. Heavily 
-treed. 3 bedroom brick 
ranch. Screen porch, luge 
den with firej^ce. hfid- 
$70%, 464-5»6. 

426 

CaARLES1tlWNE-4 bed- 
rooms, 2^%tthrooiits, MT- 
ner tot, he« pmnp, eat- 
in-Utdien, formal <Unnig 
rOcm, storon, attk fen. 
V.A. eligiUe aasmne, 
$5,300. 424.^91. 

_419 

BAY ISLANIKxwely set- 
ting 3/4 acre on Long Oeek. 
L4haped Imae surrounds 
20MO' in-groond pod. Park 
yov boats bcsi& extra long 
9iMs% pier. Great Room 
wteh fireplaoe. Upstdrs bed- 
room has frqtee.Ml-0045. 



asMM h^Mf in ^ 



VACATmi AT _ 

Cancel yoer b^ and die^ 
tato this reno^bd 4 bed- 
room, 2 h^ home. &ert 
wdk to OeiM. SeOer p^s 
d yourdndByeerts. ORV 
$60,000. GooteuSciL^ 
Oigaiim-ll^JaneboMh 

hig4«7-ai8. 



TIDEWATER'S MOST 
POPULAR FEATURE 



FREE BEES 



If yen have dot w eat or aaythk^ yen want to give away, wewlD 
ma ymr dassUed ad lAsehrtely FR^. Yes, that's rlglrt, wel ran 
year ad b ear p^whu- FREE BEE sartian. TUa ia e pdbMe swvlce 
pravided by year 



Yew fim: ME ad wO^raaeh JmI tike ri|^ F*^ n^ «■■ 
prevlde a idee hasM for yew antasal. Aad if it's sawatUif else yen 
have to give awny, yw Irtiiila aii ■sfahhars wlTliirsdais yew 



have to give awny, yair -__ __ .i,,^., . . .._ ^y...^.. j 
gaeeredty. So mO 486-3430 to piaee yew FBEE WEE ad today! 




0-freeBee 



6-frwlee 



0-FreeBee 



Three dogs, 1 poodle 
w/papers, mde. p^ a 
poo, male, 3 yn., Italian 
greyhound, female, very 
good with chOdren, aU 
have their shots. 543-3961 
after 6:00 p.m. 



LARGE^DOe, mde, 12 
mmths dd, put Lab, good 
with children, free to good 
home. CaU 483-2870 after 
?'90 pm. 

FRErffEEl Black, mate, 
Oocker Spaniel. 7 years, 
femde dachshund, spayed, 
3 years. Both registered. 
To good home aily. 484- 
7906 



BE OUR FRIEND - Adopt 
and give your k>ve and 
home for our animals. We 
need your help. Ports - 
mouth Humane Society. 
397-6004. 



FREE PUPPY, mde, all 
black. 547 - 4341. 



WARNINGI 
Aeeordfaig to the Chesa- 
peake Humane Sodety, 
certain pwaons have been 
■dag the FREEBEE ad- 
vertiafaig eelnmns to di- 
tata ftree aataials lor lab- 
oratory pwpoaes. These 
people, aceordhig to tlie 
Hnnuuie Sodety, appear to 
be very ordinary people. U 
you want to give your 
aninud away and have any 
dmibt dient the recipient, 
please contact either the 
ViiiiBfo Beach Huaune 
Sodety er the CiieBapeake 
Aaimai Shelter. 



raSE 8T(HtY HOUR- for 

dUdran to help working 
parento. tat dijldran agea 3 
to 6, on Wednesdays at 7 
p.m. and Stturdaya at 11 
a.m. Chesqieakb Head- 
quaiton Library in GrMt 
Bridge^ 

t-REE to good home. 
Three year dd mutered 
amall dog. ExceUent watch 
dt^. Very friendly but not 
a house pet. 482-8249. 

NEED A FILM or speaker 

tor year next dub ra e e t- 
big? The ChMspeake Pub- 
Vit Ubrary offers free pro- 
grama on eultural affairs, 
movies and new bodta. 

PUn>IES • 1 male and 7 
femdes, all diflwent mix- 
ta, any color, beautiful 
maridngs, all are wormed 
and have had their ahoto. 
846-7483. 

FEMALE Dacha bund, 
pedigreed, six yean old, 
spayed, to good home with 
fenced in yard without 
amall children. 424-4614. 

FART German Shepard, 
female, approximately 4 
months, free to good home 
with fenced yarJ 421 - 
9567. 

PUPPY ■ Femde, eight 
weeks, black and brown, 
active end friendly. 421 - 
"218. 

Krni:N, 4 montha old, 
hUtek and white mde 
kitten. 486 - 6898 



FREE HORSE MANURE 

for gardens, caU 421-2546. 

AKC REGISTERED Ger- 
mu Shephwd/Auatralian 
Huaky. Female - Spayed. 
Excdlent watchdog. Free 
to good home wiUi lai^ 
fenced yard. 646-8987. ev- 
enlnga/weekenda. 

PRIV4II: UEEDER wUI 
give free hone to wUd 
owla, hawka, or any birds 
not wanted by ownw. Alao 
free care for hijured birds. 
SUto Permit 100 06 4. 
Write Rick at P. 0. Box 
13428. Chea^wake, Vfrgi- 
nia 28826. 



NEED a oonununity mind- 
ed speaker for your dvic 
group? CaU 420-9671 be- 
tween 9 a.m. and 12 noon. 
Monday - Fridqr. 

FREE prompt pick-up of 
appUances, furniture, hou- 
seware*. AU donations tax 
deductible. For the benefit 
Va. Beach Friends School, 
caU 428-7841. 

DOG - mde, part Lab and 
part beagle, 8 yeeara dd, 
ralaed with cUldnn. Mov- 
ing and can't take pet. 
482-30^. 

4 MALE pupidea, 1 femde,' 
part Scottle, 11 weeks old 
hedthy, to a good hmne 
only. 547 - 8408. 

FREE Garden space. 
Great Bridge area. 646 - 
. 1166. 



0-Free Bee 



OONT PAY FOR IT. Get 

it firee at the Headquarters 
Chesapeake Pul^ library 
Origind paintfaigs by local 
artteto, Hollywood movies, 
and sculpture to decorate 
your home. We alao have 
loa^ <rf free inftntnatkm to 
daeorato your mind. 

fVEE - Specid 2 year old 
Btory hour at Cheaapeake 
Headqoarten Library hi 
Great Bridge. Every Tues- 
^ at 11 a.m. 

_ BUYER PROTECTION-if, 

you're in the market for a 
uaed ear, there's a firm law 
to protect you agahiat odo- 
metor fixing, roUing back 
the mikage counter. Write 
for the free folder, "Con- 
aumer ProtecUra Under 
New Antitampering Odo- 
meter Law" frwn the Na- 
U(md Highway Traffic Sfe- 
ty Adminirtration, 4 00 
Seventh St., SW, Waah- 
ington D.C. 2(»S90. 

SAMOYED/Keeshound 
mixed puppies, parents 
registered, two fenules 
and one mde. 464-3433 

KrrTENS - 3 male, 3- 
female, 2 months. 484- 
4996. 

BLACK RABBIT to a good 
home, includes cages, 
4994351 

CAT-longhdred, tortoise 
shdl fenuUe. 1 year dd. 
485-1814 after 4 p.m. 

HOME fior unwanted sewhig 
mafdtines and vacumn dean* 
ers, We wUl pick up. Cdl 
486-2111. 



51- For 



Sale 



Vs. Beach |i|.| 



K^uT 



Va. 



TIMBERLAKEI 3 bed- 
room ranch, 2 full bath- 
rooms, livhig room, dining 
rqara. den with fireplaoe, . 
. atttity. raoBS, garage^ 2' 
patios on corner lot, dish- 
washer, garbage disposd. 
$48,500. $3,500 and as- 
sume 8 per cent VA. 
Imwedttte occupancy. 
Owner- 49904%. 

426 

SAVE 7 PER CENT 
REAL ESTATE OOM- 
MISSICH^- LAKE SMITH 
HRRAGB- Brick ranch; 
2500 square fbet; 3 bed- 
room, 2H baths, large 
den-firepbux-beam ceiling. 
Hot water heat, hardwood 
fioors. 650 square foot 
garage, many extras. 464- 
5929. 
45 

KEMPSVnXE -3 bedroom 
2 bath, fireplace, dose to 
1-64. low $40's, wiUing to 
sell on assumption of 8 per 
cent loan. 467-1814 
45 

STRATFOU) CBASE - 2 

story brick eokmid, wood- 
ed k>t, 4 bedrooms. 2 Vi 
baths, plus romn over dou- 
ble gar^e, priced to gd 
Ownw. 467-1722. 

412 

OHXEGE PARK - 3 bed- 
room ranch. 2 baths, frini- 
Uy room - fireplace, huge 
kitchen, fenced yard, pod 
ud tennb priviteges. 
$S0,00O's 424-9424 

45 



PRESTiaOUS NEIOH- 
BCHtHOOD. Ahnost new 4 
bedroom two story with 
BSP. Qdet wooded oorner 
m l^iittlifidly UUdicaped- 
and fenced. $62,500. cdl 
463-0392 

45 



Sl-For Sal* Chesapeake 

NOROOVA ESTATES - 

Brick randi, I year old, 3 
bedroom. j2Vi car garage. 
$8,300 BO^V^JI^ 
5442,aftimPiiilii^ 
412 



LARKSPUR FMIEST - 

Newly decorated, 4 bed- 
room, brick home. Oentrd 
afr, fondly room with 
bemned ceiling. Modern 
eat-hi kitchen, large 
wooded Id on qutet cul- 
de-sac. 490-2891 
45 

PEMBROKE MEA00W8- 

Immacuhue 4 bedrooms, 
custom firephce, centrd 
air, femily room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably priced- 
low $50's, 4904)221. 

tf 



CXHXI^E PARK- Beauti- 
fidly decorated 3 bedroom 
townhome, carpeted/ ap- 
pUances. 1,582 sq. feet. 
Pod/ tenids priveleges. 
Low assumption. Owner - 
487-8871- 4204399. 
412_ 

KINGS POINT- Oiarndng 
ranch, huge tot feces cul- 
de-sac, backs to woods. 3 
bedroom, den with firepl- 
ace, great kitchen. Heat 
pump, low Vepcol S58.500 
by owner. Open house 
Saturday, Sunday, 1-4. 
486-2115. 

45 



FAlRFiELD - 4 be(h^oom, 
approaching perfection in 
design, quality, and liva- 
bUity. Eat-in-kitdicn, 2Vi 
baths, femily room-fire- 
phux! 2,300 square feet. 
424-4780 
45 

ARAGONA VILLACE- 4 

bedroom. 2 Inth. Oipe 
Cbd, dl appliancesi lSX2ff 
(kn, carpets, drapes, fen- 
ced, skiing. VA-FHA ap- 
praised, $35,000. Agrat- 
owner, 499-5164 
45 

CiUaiAGE BOX - 

$87,800, Spadoua ranch, 8 
imdnam, 1 1/2 btfh*. 
f^uaily room, earpeto, dish- 
wadiw, fwwed yar d. 
Owner Agent. 840.- WB. 

iSEBi MJN-^ owaar. 8~ 
betboom. 2 baths, ddi- 
msitsr. Ilr^ace. atonn 
wtaidowi, LOFT, tiiree i»- 
ttoa, pvage. itttic 1^ 
yard. 486-7648 412 

KENNETT GIIOVE • 3 
bedroom rudi. garage, 
fudiy room, carpet, km- 
ed yard, large treed lot, 
qutet area. Owner, im a- 
gents, 34(^8094 

45 



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GREAT WtnXX - BAT- 
TLEWOCM) MEADOWS- 
New cdonid rai^ whh 
WiUianuburg took, 3 bed- 
rooms, den with freidaoe, 
hand made cd^ts, room 
over gara^, $54,900, 547- 
7161/48^2211. 

tf 

I»EP CRB5K-8 bedroom" 

ranch tm earner tot, de- 
tached heated garage 
iroricslM9 with 150 trnp. 
•wviee. Ed "ftoi^aoB - 
«7-91S» WdaeeWatewr- 
i^ RMlty - «6-6060. 

828 

CHESARAKE - VA Api- 
prdsed $32,000, 3 bed- 
roon, IM btths, ttvh^ 
room, dining room, eat-ta- 
kitchen, oentrd dr. l\uUy 
carpeted, garage, extras. . 
487-8024 

45 

nYMOUTH PARK-BY 
OWNER-3 bMhroom, car- 
pett, paaeUng, remoifeled 
bathroom, new dvminim 
skUng, fenced garage. 
$28,000 or mume FHA 
kian, no agents. 423-2460. 

tf 



WESTOVER- 3 bedroom. 
1 Vi baths ranch, hvge eat-in 
kitchen. On 2 acre corner 
tot; low $30*^. by owner 
543-5137. 

41? 

2 YEAR NEW,3 bedroom, 
1 Vi bath Cdonid ranch with 
attached garage on treed 
ld,$35,500 VA apprdsed, 
543-6481. 

419 
•6-Campars 

steeps 8, bath with shower, 
air conditioned, with gen- 
erator, exceUent condition, 
$12,500, 499-2400 or 855- 
8242. 
tf_ 

1970 VOLKSWAGON-Pop 

Uip camper. Intorior, tirea. 
and engine, Uke new. E- 
quiped for eamphur. Muat 
MJlJMj6104^^45^ 

Tl-8afTfaia Ofbrad 

FIREPLACES- Have a 

ctutom fireplace buUt in 
your home at a reasonabte 
price by Kfichael ft HU. 
fireptece specidists licens- 
ed. bon(fed ft insured- 
REferences; 482-3636. 
tf_ 

HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, mainton- 
ance. Stete Ucenaed. Free 
Estimates. Prompt, cour- 
teoia service. QuaU^ per- 
formmee. 486 • 1644 or tf7 



T.F. 



Tl'Sarvieaa Ooaiau 

ROOFING REPAIRS -Ex- 
perienced - any type, smaU 
Joba. Cdl night or day. 626 
i m 887-6710 shop. » 

~^''''* T.y. 

YE (Mi^ CmMNEY S«r~ 

eeps-"A dirty ehfanney fe a 
dangerous thing." For 
more information caU 460- 
0417. BAC/MC accepted. 
46^ 

FURNITURE - REPAIR- 
INO A RESTORING. Let 
ua reeondition your an- 
tique, office, or home furn- 
iture. PianoB toot Reason- 
able. ReUable. Free esti- 
matea. 422-4n8. 

« 

PESSONAL AND BUSI- 
NESS STORAGE, rent 
aelf-storage ^taee. U-Haul, 
1801 MonticeUo Ave.. 625- 
1666. 

41 



LiGBT HAUUN6 - trudt 
ahd^ver frir hire, d^Nm- 
ddde. extra h^ avaUabto, 
BO Jd) too maiSk or Ivge. 
6464880. t f 

- — . 

PIANO DOCNB-FuUre- 

UaUe fdano mnrkt, ttm- 
faig, repidri^, aad r^^- 
la&«. Servfof Sootimii 
TUnnUf-Thomftm En- 
Work on aU 
42041CT. 
^ 

"ODL JPwtratts dime to my 
home, nM^ ftM- Mthday 
gifta. ete. ocperteMed, 
leaaoniMir rai««, wui ow- 
eina wtth iatwMrted party. 

^^^^- ■ 4 12. 

HOUSE SITI»- ltolMd>te, 
toed Idrmer teacher wUl 
home-sit resort iKxne thu 
swmner. WQI give Iwing 
eve (rirnKs-atraiab. Rcfcr- 
eacn. Gtf 1-^-55^6310 
481-1207. 419 



ANNIE'S JANITORIAL 
SERVICES- with a wo- 
mant specid toudi. 
Homes, apartment houses, 
new homes deaned, all- 
ices, stores. Cimtracts wel 
corned. Reasonable rates, 
esthnates, 485-3760/483- 
3760 
tf 

PAINTING-PAPERING, 

minor home repairs, free 
estimates, reasonable 
rates. 499-4607. 

412 

SMALL HOUSEHOLD 

REPAIRS, carpentry and 
pamting, trim work and 
(MuieUng. Free esthnates. 
Work guaranteed, call 
Jimmy Dexter 468-3381. 
^ 

AU10 ORUSHERS- Top 

price paid, towed free, fost 
service, a^3807 

412 

PLASTmNG- Large and 
smdl jobs. 30 yevs exper- 
wnce in Tkfewater Area. 
ReaicnaUe rttes. Free 
estimates. Bob Mustin, 
853-6989 or 3404669. 

412 



llffiE S»VICE- LAND- 
SCAPINO-YARD MAIN- 
TAIENCS, Removd of 
trees and stumps, tot 
deaning, insured, free 
estimates, reasondrfe 
rttet, 423-7216 aaythnc. 
412 



LOUKfi UPHMJTRY 

servfaig lldewtter for 25 
years. Qistom u^idster- 
ii«.480-a6n. 
__^_ 412 

Tt-Va. BMch iig Bert 

RAYLAIEBEAaMbwi- 

reon. ttdMNi wfth e^ig 
area, s^s^e ^^« 
room, Ifre^eas. eeotrd 
H/A. av^Me q^ to 18 
mondis. |4». 4644HI. 



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Self soiiiethin3 to your neighbors 
witia low cost classified ad in your 
[hometown newspaper, ■ ■ | 



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*'Yes, I use the clas^fied ads 
in my hometown newspaper 
to tell people about my 
bosiness. . .it's effective and 
inexpensive.'* 



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^'I use classified ads in your 
newspaper whenever I, liave 
an item around the house to 
sell. And when I want to buy 
something, then I read them. 
Your classified advertisirs are 
not located miles away, they 
are my neighbors. 



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It's important to save 
money when you're a young 
family, we use the classified 
ads in our hometown paper 
and shop for our needs there 
too, because it's convenient 
and it saves lis money." 




*'It's sarpriring how quiddy 
you can aril things in Vir^^ 
Beach awl Ch^apeake with 
one of your low cost, quick 
acting dassifled ads!" 





**The classified ads in my 
conmiunity newspaper found 
me a Job and a place to live 
right ui my own neighbor- 
hood." 



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Satisfied users are what 
community newspaper classi- 
fied advertising is really all 
about! 

You can join the ranks of 
happy people who got the 
resulfothey wanted by placing 
your ad today. 

Give us a call. . .it's as easy 
as that! 



"The cUsM^ ads reaBy 
worlU And I am get a pet free 
in yow freebee column.' 



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Chesapeake 547-4571 

Virginia Beach 486-3430 



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Beach DAR approves state resolutions 




Tl» Virginia State Society of the laughters <rf the 
Amerkan Rcvdutjon held its 82im1 annual state cojference 
in Roanoke, Mwch 13-lS. hft-s, Efred M. Yochim, state 
regent. presUed at aU sessions. 

T>f keynote, speaker at the opening sesstoo was Mrs. 
George U. BayUes, ja-esident general, who spoke on the 
subject, •Valt«s Prevail". Mrs. Baylies pointed out that tiw 
DAR is the Tariest and most prestigious patriotic 
organization in the world" and stated that the DAR^ 
interests lie in the future as well as in the historic i»st. 

The three Virginia Beach chqners were represented as 
foUows: from Adam Thoroughgood Chapter, Mrs. Rice M. 
Youell Jr.. regent, and Mrs. William H. Austin Jr., state 
chairman ol genealogical records; from Lynnhaven Parish 
Chapter, Mrs. Eugene T. Connors, vice regent; from the 
Princess Anne County Chapter, Mrs. Oarence J. Smith, 
regent, Mrs. Charles D. Nixon Sr., vice regent and state 
chairman junior membership, Mrs. James S. Oakley and 
Mrs. Willkm C(4onna. 

The 400 delegates to the State Conference ajqjroved six 
Resolutions, which now become the •^KKltfon" of the 



Virginia DAR. 

The Virginia Daughters went on record as being opposed 
to any extension oi t^ae for the ratificatitn of the Equal 
Rights Amendment. They also expressed cqjposition to 
federilly subsidized national women^ cwferences, such as 
the one heU in Housron, Texas, which was assisted by $S 
million from the U.S. Cjovernment. 

Another resolution called for an »» of Congress to 
authorize any tramferra| of United States property in the 
Canal Zone. The Daughters reaflirmed their '^position to 
new treaties or executive agreements with Panama that 
would in any way reduce our indispensable cbntrd over the 
United States owned canal or can^ wot" 

The Daughters supported the Sons of the An^rican 
RevdutioQ in calling the ^lebration (tf George Washington^ 
birthday on the traditional date of Feb. 

The Dai^hters suppo-ted the Sons of the American 
Revolution in calling for restoration of the celebration of 
George Washington's birthday on the traditional date of 
Feb. 22nd instead of the third Monday in February. 



Star of Sea basketball players honored 



The Star <^ the Sea junior varsity girls' basketbdl team 
was recently honored for finishing second in the Tidewater 
Catholic Basketball League. 

The Stars ended the regular season with an 11-3 mark. 

At the school^ sports awards banquet, most valuable 
player and sportsmanship awards were presented to girls 
and boys players. 

Ann Peery and Stephanie Duke share MVP honors for the 



junior varsity girk'team, while BIythe Standing was picked 
for the sportsmanship award. 

The MVP of the senior girls' team is Tiffany Biggs, and 
the top sportsman is Marilyn Murphy. 

Paul Daley was chosen MVP <tf junior varsity boys' team, 
and the sportsmanship award wnet ot Steven Frevele. 

From the boys' senior team, Stuart Connell was picker as 
the MVP, white Jeff Qcatko was nuned best sportsman. 



March services offered by Beach Scientology mission 



The Scientology Nfission of Virginia Beach holds Sunday 
Services in their chapel at 2102 Mediterrrancan Avenue 
each Sunday at 4 p.m. 

The public is invited to attend special March services, a 
series of informative sermons <tf interest to all, regardless d' 
religious affiliation. The topics will range from the 
'liistorical Roots of Today's Religion" to "Religious 



Tliese services will run eadi Sunday through Easter 
Sunday, after which a new series of sermons will begin. 

Scientology Services are open to members of all 
denominations and always contain sane phase df Sdentd- 
ogy which can be of use in daily living. 

Those wishing further information may call 428-3231 or 
stop by the Kfission from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. 



Dunn cited for salesmanship 



Ruby Ann Duim, a realtor with Kellam-Eaton Real Estate 
and Insurance Co., was luuned Salesperson ai the Year by 
the Virginia Beach Board of Realtors at its awards dinner at 
Omni International Hold^ recently. 

Mrs. Dunn has been abtive in real estate for nine years 
and is a member d the MilDon Ddlar Sales Qub. She has 
served on many committees on the Board of Realtors and is a 
graduate of the Realtors Institute. 



CIDO'S sports open 



Outside her profession, Mrs. Dunn has been active in the 
business and political affairs of Vircinia Beach. She has been 
president of the Kfid-Qty Women Democratic Qub and 
president of the Insurance Women d Virginia Beach. 

She is also a member of the Eastern Shwe Chapel 
Episcopal Church and has been an active worker in the 
United Fund and the Heart Fund drives. 



Giant promotes Brown 



aixys Sport Shop, a sfXfti 
girls, has now onei^j 
Camping in the Bj 

Hie shop is owned and grated by 
Hids. 



loodMtonMqi noniBii and 




and Dodie 




Jaeger earns scholarship 

Kartfh Jaeger, a student at the Reporting Academy d 
Virginia, is the redpient ai a scholarship from the 
Tidewater Chapter of the American Business Womenis 
Assodatioo. 

She is a 1977 graduate dBayside High Schod. 



Thoaaa V. Brown has 

er 

WAit t/krlat in 
the Lyiuhaven section of 
Virginia Beach on 2868 
Virginia Beadi Boulevard. 
The announcement was ' 
made by Giant Open Air 
Market'^ Diredor d Per- 
sooiMl, Gary Rosso. 
%own has 28 years' ex< 



periepoe inthe food business 
store manager 
r^r"f was meat de- 
partment manager at the 
Lynnhaven store. 

Brown and his wife, 
Peggy, live in the Alanton 
Estate sedion ot Virginia 
Beachwith their four child- 
ren. They we members of 
the First Baptut Church of 
Virginia Beach. ' 



Officers installed 



r The Wolfiinare Planta- 
tion dvic league held its 
annual eledion of officers 
recently. 



Officers for 1978 are: Wate 
Vargo, president; Bill Do- 
mansi^r, vice-president; and 
Helen Johnson, secretary- 
treasurer. 



Cohen represents builders at national conference 



Lee Cohen (tf Sir Galahad Company, Virginia^ largest 
home builder, addressed the National Conference on Soiar 
Energy oo energy saving conservittion in construdioo after 
a keynde address on sdu- energy by James R. Sditesinger, 
Secretary <rfthe U.S. Department of Energy. 
Energy. 

Along with Cohen and Dr. Schlesmger were top-ranking 
(^dals of the Department of Energy, the Department d 



Housing and Url»n Development, the Oceanic and 
Atmospheric AdministrWion, and the National Aeronautics 
aiKl Space Admiiustration. 

Hie purpose of the conference is to bring togetter 
government and industry leaders in the field at sdar 
energy far anHabout the future rdes government and ptivtie 
industry intend to play. 




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gtaHBr^^^^rt« AidH^L jrM* li tMttiN hi Mt 
, Vkglita WemA. Aetoky I. Mtrgaa. 



VIRONIA BEACH SUN C J WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1971 9B 



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Engineers host Beach students 




Here, several KeUam I^h Schod Jankrs iistca to Ricky 
Baker, graAute atadeot in eledrkal engineering, exptaia a 
computer system in operation on campus. Left to right, are: 



Bakar, Charicac Kanfltaian, Debbie Kanlbnaa and Amy 
Qvral, all Jaaion. Richard Baker, Mdofy teacher at 
Kellam, accompanied the stadeats. 




VI^Ma Tech% College of Eagineerlag recently wekoBMd 
Mfk ic^od stadeats Interested in ^viafaig an ei^lMerlB| 
^rcc. The students met the dean of cngineerii^, Paul E. 
ToiicracB, learocd of the varlou oirrkala offered, and 



toarcd tone d the laboratory fluilHks. Here, Kim lohutoa 
of Virglala Bcack, a Jvaior at Kellam Iflgh Schod, Uttens to 
W.H. l^ctcrs, aisistaat professor of engineering sctence ai^ 
mcchaiilei, cxfrtaln the reicarck done In the fradarc 
meckMyci tabanitory. 



PA Women's Club meets at Pine Tree Inn 



Mirs. A. F. Spicuzza was eleded presideitt (rf^the Princess 
Anne Wonum's Club at the March meeting at the Pine Tree 
Inn, 

>yso elected were: Mrs. John Singletary, first vice-presi- 
dem; Mrs. Thomas McOory, second vice-president; Mrs. 
John Nixon, third vice-president; Kfrs. L. A. McGann, 
secretary; Mrs. M. F. Camp, treasurer; and Mrs. Qurl 
Hoffinan, caresponding secretary. 

Or. David B. Kruger, a Norfolk psydiiatrist, was the 



guest speaker at the meetmg. Kruger spoke on the part 
communities can and should play in iMtient care as well at 
|H-eventive measures 

Winners dthe blue ribbons in the crafts ptogram tp be 
judged at the distrid level are: Mrs. P.E. Berry. Mrs. A.R. 
Bunting, Mtt. Earl Duval, Mrs. Walter Englett, M^s. T.J. 
FoUary, Mrs. Ian Hamilton, Mrs. C.K. 
Hoffinan, Mrs. L.A. McGann, Mrs. M L. Miles, Mrs. C R. 
Roberts. Mtt. J.J. Shand. Nfrs. J. H. Smith and Mrs. R J. 
Stansell. 



Anniversary celebrated Committee selected 



Mr. and Mis. Ifcrry 
Moore Gumm cf Vvginia 
Beach, recently celebritted 
thdr SOth wedding araiver- 
si^. A reception was given 
in tlMir honor at the Wom- 
ea% Qub d Portsmouth by 
thidr daughters and sons-in- 
law: Mr. and Mis. Gary L. 
sears, of Rfchardson, Texas, 
and Kfr. and Mrs. Donald G. 
Mttiin (rf Virginia Beach. 

Among the more than ISO 
guests attending the recep- 



tion were tiM couplers best 
man, Ifeiyer S. Gumm of 
Norfolk, and their maid of 
iKmor, ^i. Oalborne C 
Shepl^rd of Portsmouth. 

Gumm, who is retired 
from the Norfolk Naval sh^ 
yard, is an adh^e membe oi 
the camp Hmt Club in 
Franklin. 

Kfrs. Gumm. Ux^ Ktbft in 
Tkfewater bowSng cir(^s« is 
a UfetOM Sports Advisor to 
the Brmswidt Garpcratkm. 



Providence Presbyterian 
Churdi has eleded a build- 
ing committee composed oi 
the folkiwing: Kemeth 
Moore, Marion Jennette, 
Constance Moersdiell, Vir- 
gima Alten, John I^vis. 



BUI Stoner and E. G. Tur- 
man. 

The congregation has au- 
thorized tte comn^tee to 
employ an urchited to pro- 
vide prelindnary drawings 
for a iww btiUding. 



Beacih General births 



Managers appointed 



John R. Bass has been 
ai^Qnited to the position of 
asibtant nwrtgage Ion pro- 
o^i^ fliua^r at K^i^ 
F^al Savtaigs and Lou 
^o^kn, Mi»rding to 
PMNlde^ Josepft L. WeUer 
Jr. Hb i^w poskten in the 
ftn^ centnd Mrtfi^e loan 
p^sessing d^partaeai wOl 
^Mb the (fcvefoiaHat of 
new {xoodures to ftirtter 



expedbc FHA, VA ud eon- 
ventiomd kxn apptioAkm. 

Bm, a iHttive at NorCft, 
jotaed kteual Feiteal in 
1973. He lus been sHUU^r 
d the FeidN'oke and Prin- 
ceas ^uit aOeea, 

Re<xnt Iffa^^ imager 
appointments mcki^ Uoyd 
A. Ooston to the Pembrdce 
ottee Mid Mcbad C DiMsia 
to the frbtcas ^um oflfce. 



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Robert H. Denton, daughter; 
Dennis s. Marchuit, daughter; 
Giry Paul D^niis. son; 
Harry Rotert E^el Sr., daughter; 
Durwin Dean Worley, daughter; 
Saait Howard, sob; 
RonaM Steven HU, son; 
Herbert B. waOutt. daughter; 
Rdiert Louis Ktter Jr., son^ 
W^M Steven dbls, daugltter; 
Rdwrt Lewis &'itt, son; 
Russell James Undstedt II, son; 
itoter IteoM Avery, dai^hter; 
K^Aael M. Vatket, son; 
Rob^^Lom KUkr Jr., son; 




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Plaza Lions plan garage sale for April 15 



Plaza Golden Lions C|ub will hold its annual garage sale 
April IS at Princess Anne Plaza from 9 a.ni. to S p.m. 

Donations of furniture, appliances, tods, clothing and 
other items are requested of the public. 

The proceeds from the garage sale will be used for 
community projects. Those projecu are Canyx QvJtan^ 
Childrens Hospital a! the Kings Daughters, Old Dominion 



Eye Bank, eye clinics, eye examinations and the purchase of 
eyeglasses and hearing aids for the needy. 

Anyone wishing to donate articles to this worthy (»use 

may call Gaig Tyrrell, Bill WerndU or Jack Moran. 

Arriagements will be made for pick-up and receipts wiU 
be gisrenior articles that are donated. 

The rain date for the garage sale is April 22. 




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Tissue paper craft class at library 



The Great Neck Bruich of 
the Virginia Beach Public 
Library System will present 
a tissue paper craft class for 

young people ages five to 12 
oh Tuesday, April 11 at 4 



p.m. 

The class has been limited 
to IS participants and re- 
gistration if required. 

Registration begins ^ oo 
April 3 and can be done only 
by going into the Great Neck 



Branch Library. No phone 
reservations will be taken. 

There is no fee for this 
program. 

For ftirther details, call 
RomoM Corprew at 481- 
6094. 



City budget 
under study 

Virginia Beach city council 
will have a study session on 
the jwoposed 1978-79 opera- 
ting budget on March 31 at 
10:30 a.m. 



Library meeting Thursday Story time cancelled 



The Friends of the Virginia Beach Public Library will hold 
its annual meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. at the KempsviUe 
Branch Library. 

The speakers for the program will be Jim and Fred 
Jordan, publishers of the book "A Pictorial History of 
Virginia Beach" and other books of local interest. 

The public is invited to this program for which there is no 
charge or registration. 

The library is located at 832 KempsviUe Road. 

For further information oo the program and meeting, 
contact Marcy Sims, Library Director, at 427-4321. 



Beginning April S, the 
Great Neck Branch d the 
Virginia Beach Public Lib- 
rary System will discontinue 
the 4 p.m. Wednesday story 
time for grades kindergar- 
ten through third grade. 

This action has been taken 
due to lack of participiuion. 

Interested persons in the 



designate age group can 
attend a similar story time 
at the Wmdsor Woods 
Branch Library on Thurs- 
days at 4 p.m. No registra- 
tion is required. 

Great Neck will still con- 
duct their story time for 
ages three to five Fridays at 
10 a.m. 



Adult fitness class offered 



Beginning March 27th and continuing through May 25th, 
the Virginia Beach Department (rf Parks and Recreation will 
^3c operating their Adult Physical Fitness Program at fbur 
area schools. 

The gymnasiums will be open on Monday and Thursday 
evenings ftom 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Volleyball, basketball 



and slimnastics for women, will be available at Bayside^ 
Junior, Princess Anne Hgh, KeVpsville Kgh, and Kellam 
High, (no slimnastics available), schools. 

For ftirtlier information, contact the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation at 467-4884 or 4700 
Reaeation Drive. "^ 



Tips for defensive drivingi 



Driving emergencies are both frightening and dangerous. 
But, there are some i»-ecautions Virginia Beach motorists 
can take to minimize the dangers d stopping on the 
highway. 

"AprU 2-8 is designated as National Defensive Driving 
Week to focus attention on defensive driving techniques and 
remind motorists to practice M^ giving habits d«tibr«" s«d 
John R. Hanna, director, lightay Safety Dlviil« of 
Virginia. "Knowing how to make emergency stops safely on 
the highway is essential in minimizing the chances (tf 
becoming a traffic fatality statistic." 

"If you must stq) due to mechanical fiulure or iUness try to 
remain calm, signal your intentions and get as fiir away fi'om 
traffic as possible" suggests the safety official. It's also a 
good idea to otrry some type of emergency signals in your 
vehicle to give other motorists adyance notice d your 
situation." 

To stop safely when emergencies occur, signal your 
intention to pull over well in advance. If passible, pull <^ the 
road at traffic speed and then slow down oo the shoulder. If 
the shoulder is not i»ved or is soft, signal to turn right, slow 
down and pull off carefully. 

Stop as far away fi-om tra£Bc as possible. Turn on the 
emergency flashers. If help is needed, raise the hood of your 
car or tie a white handkerchief on the radio antenna or door 




handle. These are recognized distress signals. 

WhUe waking for help, get all passengers out and away 
from the vehicle to avoid injuries in case an approediing 
vehicle should coOide with your stopped car. 

Some type of reflective emergency road signals shouM be 
carried in your vehicle at all times. The triangle reflectas 
have been found throii^h recent Coosumer Union studkM^to 
be the awif ffl|ftiy«1ii gWlng otl^ar «wtcri|ts " 
warning of abitacles ahead. 

These triangle reflectors, produced according to geveril- 
ment spedfications, weigh from three to five pounds a&d 
measure about 17 inches per side. The reflectors, prodoeed 
accading to government. specifications, weigh three to five 
pounds and measure about 17 inches per side. The reflectors 
can be purduaed in auto-supply stores. 

Red signal flares work very well in dense fog, ^ut must be 
protected from dampness. Also avaUabe are roof mounted 
lights, but these do not dfer adequate advance luitice to 
other drivers. Since most of them {dug into cigarette 
lighters, they would be useless in case of electrical fiulure. 

To warn other motorists when breakdown accxa, put a 
flare in the center of the lane, 100 feet in front and 100 feet 
behind the disabled vehicle, and a third flare 10 feet to the 
traffic side. 



HAPPENINS 

"Where to go for dining, dancing 
and listening" by SINGCO 

(niighte Lounge (ivanhoe Motel) 

The lounge just (Opened un<fer new management. It has 
varied entertainment for dining and dancing with Connie 
Parker iriaying j^ano.and singing, accompanied by Ernest 
Smith on bass. 

In the resturant. they have Qu-ibbean music with tte 
fiunous steel drums, as well as Calipso music. 

The special oS the House features ribs. 

My Brothers Dell (S. Witch Duck Road) 

TWs irface wfll ft)ol you. The front to a cteB but the back 
room b a relaxing lounge. And the door to the lounge to 
atanost hidden. 

The owner to Mis. Ernie Gray. 

I tovent tried the food yet, but IVe tasted tlM beer. IfS 
nice attl cod. 



'IDn<; <:i)nDT <;tiOP 

"The shop with the woman in mind" 

WOMAN & GIRLS 
SOFTBALL NEEDS 



* Lmdslrllle sli^ger 

* Spal(ttdg 

* Premier 

* EastOB aluninum bats 

* Dndly Mittians 




Birehwood abonring CMter 
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AUCTION 
SALE 

Saturday, April 8, 1978 
10:30 ajn. 

Showing Friday, HafchM-2loSP.N. 
orbyAppoinlmeiri 

DIRKTIONS: IntarMctioa 301 ami 3S Srath of P«l«n- 
burf , Virginia near Holiday Inn SohHi l«k« 156 East ap- 
pioxinafaly 2 niiln, tani right on 638 go .2 milM turn 
laft en 662 go 1 mil* farm «« right. 



339 Acras Valu«bl« Op«n and THnbar Und 
23 Acrtt Open Land 

6 Act* Pond Stodtcd «nlli Bati, Pka and Braam 
4 Acra Paanut ARofmant 
3165 Foot of Road Frentaga 

iilimatad 1,254.2 ThouMndi Bo«-d Faat of P!na Saw rimbar 
7tS.5 TliouMndt Bo^ l^oat of Hardwood Saw Tiir^ar 

Total 2.039.3 Saw Timbar 
1 169 Cord« Pdpwoed 
bcaNant Daar, Turfcay and Squirral Hunting 

WILL BE Of«RED SEPARATaV SELUNS TlMiER. Wm 
UNO. TK«M TC^fTHBt 

TOMS: 29% DOWN - lAUNCE 2 YEARS — 7 J INTEREST 



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PAUL W. CatNY. Aiictienaar 
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Vkfpma'i Fn'it 

Smorgasbord House 

<* ovrhddng 
Uhh Cnwk Yacht Basin 
8180 SAor« Drivt 
m*Sliorf OriVt Marina, Norfolc, Vrgimo 

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this Is the place for Szechuan 

Cantonese and Polynesian 

cooking 

All dinners serred with - 

Pa-Pv putter, House Salad, Egg Drop Soup, 

StMiDfd Rice, Hot Tea and Fortune Cookie 



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QRAND OPENING SPECIAL 

$-100 off 
■■ any size Pizza 

Comidete Italian Meiin 

$1.95 Dally Luncheon Special 

ineludiiif salad, bread ft drink 

We^deliver vitliin Open 12 tiU 11 p.m. 

S mile radtis 12 . 12 Sat., Fri. 

428-8666 s - lo son- 

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728 HDCLLTOP NORTII 
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also take out service 
Excellent Polyneseao Cocktails. Impwted wine^and 
beer. SpedaUzing in Saediuan, Cantonese and 
Pdynesian Cusine. 



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Witch 
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HMS QUARTET 

Jazz every Sunday afternoon 
4:30 to 8:30 

DISCO C 

Tuesday thru Saturday 9 till 2 a.m; 

Luncheon and Dnner Menu 
Cocktails. Wine & Beer 

Open - 11 to 2 daily/4:30 to 2a.m. 

4li28 P«mlHt>ke Meadows StKqppii^ denter 

IWgiiriHD tbe R«d LoiMster) 




RESTAURANT 

Dine In rustic leisure and candte-llght 
atmosphere that will put you In lust 
the right mood for a great evening 

•STEAKS • PRIME RIBS« 
• SEAFOOD • 

4 Dining^Rooms S Cocktail Lounge 

ENTERTAnniEMT ft SUPERB SERVICE 
SPECIAL MENU FOR JUNIOR GUESTS 




Prime & Wine $595 

Sunday & Monday 



4:00 P.lt to 12:00 A.M. DAILY 
SuBdayi Noon UntU 12:00 A.M. 
SM« Mrtkanptoo Blvd. 

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APRIL4-MAY7 

A ^de*iplittiQg ctMoedy about an American family's 
advmtare oa a ywa^^aa-trip bduul the Iron Cur- 
tain. Written by the (kcacte's master of the mad 
ittHy, dK inld jdEe, the bo#) supper, ttK al»o- 
lutely ludicrous situatira . . . WOODY ALUBH, 
Asmkmy Award nominee Ux "Annie Hall", «iio 
alio inolB "Plqr It Apia Sam" and "What'rNew 
Pmsym". 

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City calls for $152 million budget 



Pid>UcAffiUriWrfcer 



Virginia Beach Oty Coundl has imtil June 1 to act on a 
propoMd $lS2.683,8Si operating bucket for the fiscal year 
l97«-?9. 

The budget i> 16.9 per^nt greater than last year"^ bitt 
caito iSor a decrease, ruiier than an incrMse, in the real 
estitte tax rate and wage ii^eases for city employMS. 

Tte current budget for $130,^,339 represented ao 
inaease of 6.S percent over the previous year and the 
smaUest increase since 1966. 

In presenting the budget to council last week at a spedal 
BMeting, aty Manager George L. Hubury olkd it a 
*t>ro8k of a progressive dty ki action." 

HuAury recommends that the true real estate tax rate be 
rediKxd from $.87 to S.82 per $100 valuation to compensate 
for the hightt assessments and as a help to citizens m fixed 
incomes. 

The budget also indudei a 3 peroeitt salary increase for 
dty emidoyees on Oct. 1, and mother 3 percent iacreM^ on 
ApriH.lfW. . . . 

Last year ctey enq^oyees received no across-the-board 
salary inorease but the dty started paying 100 percent of tlM 
retirement costs whidi amounted to 3 percent of the 
salariM. Ha^Miry pointed out that since 1976 the cost of 
living has inflated to over 18 percent. 

He also said that the Beach has the lowest number of 
en^loyees per thousand population. The increue would 
raise the starting salvy of every positioDin the dty. That is, 
a poUoe officer and fire fighter starting salaries would go 



from $9,696 to $10,128 on Oci. 1 and to $10,360 on Aprtf 1. 

Ha nbury safa l thrt thedty^shouW developnew iadaiu|es 
akng with efforts to make the Beadi a nu||ar convcatKm 
market to ol&et kxses when growth and tts hvclfible 
finandal impact t^)er off, '^ it surely will." 

Hie budget was i^epared on the assumption that tiM 
estate tax rate wiU be reduced by five cents, that Otftj 
tax rirtes in other eategortes yiO continue, that there, " 
no significnot de^ne in the {vesent econon^, that^' 
impact ftmds for schods wiO continue, that Oomprel 
Empkyment Training Act Amds (CETA) will continut^ 
f^ht unemployoMnt, that there wiQ be no sobatM" 
ch«me in the amount of revenw coUected, and that- 
miiHwi in una^Topriated (Uncb be used to bi^ce tfai Rscal 
Year 7S-79 Budget. 



Ch9Gk pagB A-3 for a diagram of the 
route of city money 

Hanbury profjected unan^opiriated fonds of $12 J ndttion 
of whidi $8.3 fflillkn will be used to balance the l$i^79 
budget, leavfav a reserve of $4.2 milUcn. 

For the first time this year, the dty used rierqi.base 
bucketing," which utilizes all ranges (rf maiMg^n^ to 
evahiate to writtaig their goals, ob}e<aives ud la^M^ ^ 
opi^ation. As a resiA, the format of the budget lj|» teen 
chai«e to indude desorH^ioni of departmeitt ui¥fkk». 
Q^ries of the budget ve in aO In-andies of tlM dty ltt>rafy . A 
pubUc hearing also will be heU on the budget. 

(ConUiiued to T««« A=« 






SERIALS SECTION 
VA STATE LIBRARY 
RICUMOND VA 238X9 



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Antiques help pets 



Art H. Mason 8r. sparkles wHt tr^aswes at the ?lrtlalB 
Beach Dome last week-end. The Antique Show and 8de was 
sponsored by the Beach S.P.C A. 






INSIDE: 



Tie SON takes a look at Beach eatertafansent on pagea 
A-6 and 7. The LMtle Tlealre and TMawitcr DtaMr 
ThoMrc open thh wcckrwith new ihewa rnd next week thi 
■ecrtaiknTleatre opeia with 'VwA Vanya." And thera^ 
newt ft^ea the Arts antcr, Ncptanc Fcsthaland Parks and 
Recreatkn as wel. 

The 8.P.CA. sponsored an antkine show and lak bat 
weekend at the Dome. Photos ef the varied exUMtt and 
vislttai« bnffs arc on page B-1. 

After stadying the droB, first graders deddcd to isakc 
thtir very own herd of anfanab. Photea «■ their creatkan arc 
anfagcB^. 





Serving the world's largest resort city 



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52nd Year. No. 14 



Published Wednesday for week ending AprH 5, 1978 




Lopktaf at^e iofincU caiufldates 








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Hgfi^ilding confidence : Burch&t aims to upset Holland 



ByPAMVANDEVEER 
SUN News EdHor 



It's very difflcuh to unseat in incumbant because he is so 
weB known. But then be has to live with his record," says 
KnoK Burdiett, who is currently ORMsing incumbant Mayor 
Oarenoe A. IkiUand and engineer James T. Fralix Jr. for 
the BaysMe borough dty coundl seat. 

'^igindly Hdland said that if elected he would only 
serve two terms, then he would step down. Now he is 
runnfa^agafai. 

1 thinluelght yem is along eno^h for someone to serve 
on dty oouncQ," be added with a wry smile. 

Burt^tt believes that the peofrie of Virgtaiia Beadi are 
reacfy to sm some fi-esh foces on its dty council. *I think 
ttere are a lot of peo|de who will vote for me just to vote 
against HoOand," he said. 

Not that he doesnt foel qualified for tte job in his own' 
right. The self-empk)yed consulting engineer has been 
active in poHtfcs at the Beadi for tbe past 12 years. 

1 really belwve that I wouU be responsive to tlM people 
and sympathize with tlw neighborhoods. I have a firmly 
diversified background that ivepares me for the office," he 
said. 

Tlwt backgrouml inAides broad dvfl engineering ex- 
perienoe, servii^ a term as prokkitt of the Thoroughgood 
Ovk LeagiK, being on the bovd of i&ectors of OkU Qubs 
of ndewtter Md Unked W19 Fw% Center and holdii^ 
membership on the Wginia Ooounission for Prolbssional 
and OccupMional Regulation. 




1 see^sei^ftral basic tesues year after year," Burchett 
reirfkd when asked about this year^ coundl race. The 
growth erf the dty is one and also the &ct that it's growing so 
fitst te doesnt seem to be as gdod a {riace to live anymore. 

The growth of the dty is accepted, but the manner in 
which it is growing is causing aincern. TTiere'* a lack of 
irianned growth at a time wten there is a water shortage and 
our sew^e treatment fodUties are operating at c^iadty. 
Our dty services arent prepared to handle this type <rf 
growth." 



"As for residential zoning In Oceana, 
It looks like the city Is trying to run 
offa$1 billion a year business." 



Knox Burchett 



Burdiett noted that the present coui^fl isnt following its 
own master development plans for the dty. Trom my 
expertence as an Air Force dficer," he said (Iw spent two 
years in tlw Air Force during the Korean confiid), 1 learned 
that you can deviate from a plan some, but basically you 
should fottow the thrust of the master rrtwi. We dont appear 
to do that here. We <tevelop Iwre and there - helter-skelter. 

It (kKsnt seem right when the councU votes to build a 
$20 milltea convention anter without a vote of the people, 
but yet tl» people were Me to vote on a $3 mflUon jail," he 



noted. "And then they put wMer systems in undeveloped 
areas like Qottan when other developed areas are vying 
out for witter. 

"As for residential zoning in Oceana, it looks Uke the dty 
is trying to run crfT a $1 billion a year business. The dty 
shouU cooperate with the Navy to keep Ooeana operating. 
In other dties IVe seen that, as pressure surrounds a base, 
they pick up and move." 

Burchett feels that the fost growth rate is reducing the 
quality of life in Virginia Beai^. "Fa examine, our sdMob 
are ca-owded. We twye a good system but weVe taxteg h to 
the limit," he said. Teople feel cut off- the beadi seems to 
be reserved for tourists. What are the {niUicI rigUs to 
Beadi property? 

"A very oxnmon complaint I receive in the ftiyside 
borough te tte feeling thitt coundl has lost contact with 
everyday people - that it is not responsive to the peopled 
needs or requests." 

The omdidate says the most controversial issue he% oooe 
ao-oss is the dty coundl trip to California, '^very place I go 
people are upset," he said. "It's not the $10,00 the eounci 
spent that upsets people, but tte fact that the $10,000 
represents what peopte feel is a typical expenditure of puUk 
money. This was just the first time they caught them 
red-handed with the receipts. 

The attitude of those who took the trip is %o whttf Bnt 
$10,000 is a lot to a man who is working for a living. 

'<:anfidenGe in government is on the dedine in our dty 
council certainly," Ik continued. The peopte want coundl to 
meet in the coundl diunbers, not somMnel office or fas 
Nags Head. They want the meetings to be puUk. They want 

(Continuad to pafc A-8) 



Stallings shoots for an end to beauracracy 



BrJoanOMMcs 

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Rev Oeorge Stdlnigs feeli there are certain things th^ 
shorid be smd ta the Virgniia Beadi City Coundl caa^Mdgn. 

and hel ruimiag in order to say tl^m. 
"It'k one thaw to oani|A^ dntt your sttuttion in 
V f I goveruMM. Init most peo|4e do nottt« Imt ooi^di^" !w 
^* %M. <? figwe n't ttaM to do soBwtl^, At least I can 

speate oitt." ^ 

Rev StdU^s hM been pastor of tte Fkst Odonid 
Bivtkt Otfdi since July 1961. and tUi is his second 

cMuri^ for cky ooiucffl. 
"I fed ft is ttae for Qffktian ^faic^^ tobe depoeked fai 

local ganmnent." StaMiip expMoed. 

Rav. tett^ t^ the iw^ toiue in thta om^iaign n to 
the '^erwheta^ Immw^aef' hi ^gfate Beach govern- 
n^M Mid ke ^m ^kd for the res^tfkn of Qty Mttager 

Oeor^ HMrtwy. ^ ^ ^ 

"Tkere te a vMt network of govemneitt that hu become 
Mt res^Mive to the aee<k of the av^e c^m. ft tm 
become oost^Mdextravi^iatt. It% prkrity s«e^ tobe Mg 
bwiMSs. 



"We Mcd to dismamk this beauraaacy ud I propose to 
start at the top by removing tin present cfty manager." 

StaDii«s contends that Hahtavy has lost the confidence of 
thepeoirfe. 

"I fiwi this to be so wherever I go," he noted. 1 have 
nothing agidnst Oeorge Haidivry...he is personable anl 
likeal^. Ilm Mt envi«ed te persontfty but tai feet." 



"We imed to dimnanth this beauracracy 
and I propose to start at the tfHl> by - 
removing the preamtt city mtma^er. " 



lbvii« Hved tf the Beadi for 1? yetts, S^tt^ said be is 
no better off wder dty gorennK* thM he was undn 
coi^y goverraKirt. 

Tta Mt so certMH we tuOe tU r^ht awive," ^ n<5 ' 
had the sttne servioH I W tt 23 per ceM of the a»i 
coiMy govemenieitt. Airf h was a respowtve goverm. . 



"An individual dtizen, wlwther small or Ivge, was fMe 
to get an audience. Tluttlinot the way it is now." 

StaBings feels th« the dty government should not 
parti^^e in *^ivate bwtoess." 

"Why slKJukl the dty government get into private 
business?" 1m asked. TTiey cant do it as dieqi. The 
govermnent doesnt generate inconK..it only taxes it." 

If eleded, StaOings wonU call for idght meetings as well 
as i^ing Virgiida Beadh coraidtants for studio in kical 
mttters. 

"We need to utOize tl» tUnk tank we have here m 
^urgiida Beach," he sidd. 

WHh dty camiM, Stitfi^ contencb thu "here ^ the 
totd Mme of all tte Us of the dty ." 

Tteyte in tro^Ac ud they luow it. Ekher tlwre must 

beachange of mhids or a chai«e of perscnelL" Notmg thtt 

te every electhm y^ the dty of NorMk thretteM to cm 

off the water". St^biS feels tte thb is u oniortu^y for 

ttetaountants tonit as a "Sir QablMd with drswn sworcte." 

f^filde say look whM • fl^er*. I sii«^ted a solutkn 

y^rs s«o. The e^ of Ifarfo^ has become a pnUk: ttiHty 

MdaUtte state te^lttwc tm teteb toiMvethe dty of 

Norfolk a publK witty and tet the sttte Corporttion 

Oxmktkn set tk^ nttes." . ^ „ 

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e^tf^ts of memories VirginlB BeBch<SUN 



Being a fl«rsoh *h6 hates fads, when the plant craze 
stalled. I told nytStlf right «*«y that I'd have no part of it. 

.Niii ttti^t I ]^W fcave if Vi even wanted to. Although my 
mdib# isHd |tiind*other were blessed with green thumbs. 
I'm the type who cari'tev'eo Keep a cactus alive. 




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So yoM can imagine my predicament when I acquired a 
ro9IWa^Il€~who owni the biggest philodendron I've ever seen. 
Llving4n a-iungle (^)>li>nts4ook some adjustment, but after 
atvhile lUnd of grew attached to them and even inquired into 
getting a frw't^ my pwn. 

After t^ of patienf Instruction I finally got a few started — 
they not'dniystfyed alive, they actually grew! My amazement 
wa».«h^"ll*ed hOiwever. As winter camejon strong, and 
living with a- wdod burning stove as our only source of heat, it 
secmetf >the plants would surely die. Nevertheless, I 
continMedto water and t&lk to them and occasionally cleaned 
off thVsoot. AridJ have seen these past few days that they 
have actuil^n shWivetl this winter. 

In spited %finy4ucHndoors, I decided it was time to plant 
outdoors tQO;«Sd a trip t6 the greenhouse to buy seeds was in 
store. AS -I "sirolled through the aisles of seeds, a startling 
recogWtibn hit iMr— : it «kas as if 1 was taking a walk through 
my childhood. Marigolds, zinnias, daisies — all stirred 
fofgotten memories. I recalled trying to wake up early 
enough on summer days to see my morning glories bloom, 
and turning hollyHocks upside down to make dolls (the petals 
made heautiful flowing skins), and making clover chains and 
picking bouquets of jonquilrfor my mother. 

I even grafted S9me tiny apple trees together once and they 
grew . It dawned en me that early in my life 1 always enjoyed 
plants and flowers and growing things somehow they just 
got overlooked and forgotten for a few years. 

I'm glad I've discovered thein again. 




Jettiet miiy be answer 



T«WB drier: 



Why ddfeiii^ 4lw^tr (rf Virginia Beadt use mere jetties to 
help l^ep 01^ trtiion ^ the beachei down? 

UA |yRiidee.a^t,..4liat vet has trat eroded nearly as 
mtMsk s'^ tie jetti^ li^a been Moitnicted. 

WaloB tt^*^ readies wiU be gdoe before we know h. 



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It sttfe nudces a taxpayer inoud of his city when Virgin^ 
Beuh Mm a ccocentrated effort to onperate with its 
sister ^ks. ., 

WhiS^does::nct nake a taxpayer proud is when name 
c4Bi4ggbd pM^giULrenMoJcs lnm|>er efforts nuute to create 
an atmiip^ce {^dusive tojxxiperatian. 

Name Withheld 
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Qry t« tiM feUM. We ttte to hear jma gi^ce. Fraa the 
ntS^o Itt^twim^tfml^t^- Fram a parktag Jmi to yaw 

' " %li^lk|iilt. or maybe the price af VlrgiiriB 
[ fcl^ ife VirgWa Beach 
t irhM YOU itm^t wanted to«f . 

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Letters 



Thaiifcs^ the SUN 



Edl: jiwiwaiSUN: 

Tbs ^^eo, th«ir pvetts i^ as lamkf i^ r cdat c 
your rc^iM wveri^e ot oar Letten prw^ttttaB, 1!ie 
Uvi^ Stukw", m yow M a rch 19 bsae. 

A t^M^tki^ iwtt to Jaw Oaam tat her thiK ami sl^ 
used nf jut tte r^te itett.tf the stMwu. 

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All- Academy day set April 8 



Young men and women from Virginia Beach will have an 
oiqxvtunity to explore the opportunities offered by the 
national service academies April 8 when Congressman Bill 
Whitehurst sponsors All-Academy Day at the Norfolk Naval 
Air Station. 

This year's program will be held in the Ward Room of Ely 
Hall-BOQ. across the street from tte Breezy Point (XHcers 
Qub, Naval Air Station Norfolk. Hie program begins at 2 
p.m. and wiU last until S p.m. 



Those academies being re|»'esented are tte Army, Navy, 
Air Force, Coast Ckiard and Merchant Ktarine. The program 
will provide those interested with an of^ortunity to discuss 
qwdifications for admittance, how to apply for a congressio- 
nal nominttion, an explanaticn of the nominating method, 
and a quettioo and answer sessioo on academy lifie. 

AnyoOe seeking information about academy entrance 
requirements and which academy to q)ply to for admission 
next year will find the All-Academy Day program very 
useful. 



The average VfrgWa Beach dtten hM m .^ 

ai^mrc war their Uvea. We've reached Uw agt when Iha^ 
glaM eerperaltai haa hecoM lig brother." J, 

Scenario OB 24th Street: 

Her: "You know I guess well have to tet our electric 
paymem slide for a few weeks this month. Do you beUeve ' ') 
how high is keefM getting? Every month when I set as^ a 
certdn amouitt of my pay for my shwe of the bBI, I timtyi,jn 
have to eventujdly add more...because tlw bill is always.-', 

more." ". 

Double Her: "Yeah, I know what you mean. I wish my p^y .. 
check would jump like Pepco^ rates do." 

Her: '^eU, there% really nothing we can ck). Tlw {dune ; • 
bill came, the water bill came and the sewer midntenaiice Ull 
came. Somewhere someone will just have to wdt a Ut. I. -. 
dflot have enough money to go around to all and stffl havoc 
money to buy food and put gas in the car to go to work." hi 

Double Her: *By the way. wht are we payii« two sewer'^^ 
maintenance diarges? On the water bill from the dty. they 
diarge itt for a mantenandle as well as the SanhMion DiitrictD 
charges for maintenuioe." >■ 

Her: 1 dont know but IVe tried to get an answer for that ,->, 
ane...ami every time I call toask I get switdwd to somebody-r^ 
else, who switches me to somebody elsc.and on and en..." 



Cancer society seeks 'hard to reach' populations 




leofi Coole/ 

SUN Editor J 



The American Cancer Society is seeking to reach more of 
the previously liard to reach' populations with life saving 
information", deckred Jospeh Dreps Jr., chairman of the 
Virghtia Beach unit of the American Cancer Society 1978 
educational and Amd raisfaig crusade. 

'Seme forms oi caaotr are striking with taicreasing 
frequency among low income and minaities," Dreps said. 
Tor exampte cancers cithe colon and rectum and the lungs 
are increasing among black American males. The rate oi 
cervical cancer is much higher among black American 
women than among white women. Cancer of the esophagus, 
long predominantly a disease of males, has declined among 
whites, but rising rapidly among both male and fenude black 



Americans. 

Primarily through educational programs that stress the 
nnportance of early detection the sodety aims to add greatly 
tothe two million Americans who were diagnosed more than 
five years ago and most of whom can be considered cured. 

The programs differ from one region to the next, 
depending on local ideas, needs, and individual community 
styles cS living", he said. "But the guiding prindirte is ci 
people-to-peo|^ contwt using new concepts and activities 
that involve entire commimities. Tlwre are health fldrs. 
mobile testmg units, outreach trailing programs. Spanish 
luiguage broadcast spots, spedal fihns, churdi and 
community coog)erating committees." 



Wildlife consldBredfcrop of the land' 



Few week! falter: 

Her: 1 (font belkve this. I came home and all the 
eletridty is off. I know our Mil is conq>letely paid off because 
I sent off the diecks a week and a half aga 

Double Her: "WeU, I called Pepco and they say they have 
never received a our bill and we are a month behind... so^. 
they termimtted our service." '"^ 

Her: '^y, listen I know that they have to send us a notictf^- 
that we are going to be cut off. And they never did." 

Double Her: They said they did." 

Her: Tlufk just great. If Pepco said they sent out a 
notkse and we never received it, thatt o.k. But if we tell > 
them we sent out their money and they never received 
it...tobad. They cm off the electricity. You am really tell- 
who is runntaig tUs country." 

Double Her: That^ not all...the sewer is backed up and 
the dty wont come and maintain it unless we take a day off 
from work and stay here all day waiting for them to oome." 

Her: 'X3reat...there% just nothing John Q. Qtizea can dO' 
anymore but take it." 



"You can have wildlifo on your land and be better off 
because <rf it," said Louis Cullipher, district conservationist, 
with the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. "Wildlife should be 
coosklered as a crop of the land." 

The Soil conservation Service (SCS) gives assisstance in 
applying many soil and water conservation practices that 
increase wildlife. Wildlife habitat improvements are easily 
included in basic plans developed for soil and water 
conservation and good land use. These unprovements can be 
made on all types and sizes of hmd - crofdand. pasture, 
rai^e, woodhmd, wetland, and in odd areas that are not 
suited for other uses. 

The Viginia Wildlife Federation, akng with the National 
WikOife Federation, is observhig National WikUife Week 






this week. The theme for this 41st annuid obtervaooe is 
WUdlife Needs You. The meaning (d this theme cook! also 
be reversed." sakl OiD^her. "We need wikOife to provide 
food and fibers. We also need wUdUfe because it serves as a 
source for recreation and reUuation." 

SCS personnel will gladly assist you fai planning for 
wildlife hidritat inqvovements that will not only ivovide 
hunting and fishing, but will enhance the esthetic values of 
your property. Single copies of rekted booklets are 
available on request. | 

Titles are: .'L.:...^ LLkd i'ioduU U»vlui WiWiile," "More 
WUdlife Through Soil and Water Conservation," Cooserva- 
States, Canada and Mexico will compete for $20,000 in prize 
Birds To Your Home." 



Blood pressure screening 
heid at Larlcspur 



Med-way Drug Center, in 
cooperation with the Tide- 
wtter Chapter American 
ifeart Assodittion, is having 
a blood pressure screening 
every Tuesday and Thurs- 
day evening from 6 --8 p.m.. 



on every Tuesday andt; 
Thursday evening from 6 - S^ 
p.m., at Larkspitf Square, 
Virghlia Beach (Princess a. 
Anitt Rd. and Edwin Drivejf. ' 
Please oomact Kfidielle- ' 
Ahladis for fiirther taiftarnuH ' 
tion at 407-0707. " • " ^^ 



Kindergarten registration set for April 1 2, 1 3 



The Virginia Beach Public Schools annual kindergarten 
and first grade pre-registration will be conducted AprQ 12 
and 13 at all but two (rf the dty*^ elementary schools. 
Kemps Landing and B.F. Williams Elementary Sdiools will 
not be participating in the effort since they serve only sixth 
and seventh grade students. The sign-ups will be for those 
(Mdren who will attend kindergarten or first grade for the 



first time in September, 1978. 

The hours of pre-registration wiU be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
eadi day. A spedal i^ogram for both parents and 
prospective pupils will be (Hresented eadi mornii^ tX 9:30. 

The i^e-registration for kindergarten apiriies to thOM 
chiklren whose fifth birthday is on or before Januvy 1. 
1979. First grade pre-registration is lor thoae children who 
will be six years old on or before January 1, 1979. 




TOT celebrates first anniversary of operation 



TMewater lUgional Transit (TRT) recently cetebrated its 
first anniversary as a ftiUy con»<tfdated publk trans- 
portation system for South Hampton Roads. 

The inq>act of consolidation of the several^Mc txansit 
systenm in the five-city metro area ui^er a single 
management has been significant, accordhig to transit 
officials. 

Looki ng to the fiitnre. Dr. J. Henry McCoy, vice-chair- 
man of TTDC ukI a member oi the Virgtaua Beach dty 



coradl, sakl the next major improvement will be ^Uvery of 
74 ultra-modern FLXIBLE 870 bases during 1979. Hie new 
fieet is designed to provfale the latest in passenger comfort, 
convenience and safety. 

TRT wiD abo be kMldng into poasible expanskns of 
vaqpooling hi cooperation wfth isivate businessM, addkion- 
al services for special groiqiM audi as the elderbr and 
ham&iq^>ed and isqirovements in regular service where 
feasible, be said. 



Beach ninth graders can become a "Heart Saver' 



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^ginia Beadi Publk Sdraois, in cooperation with tlw 
city% Emergency Medtod Servtees cflloe, has started a 
Ckrdio-pulmomvy Resusdtation (CPR) tririning [WQgram 
ahned at nuddng eadi nimh grade stu&nt a certified 'Vtait 
Saver." 

Efforts to aoonqAsh that goal began Monday, Mardi 6, at 
Ptaza Junior High Sdiod when 20 ^ginia Beach teadiers 
attended the first of five night d»ses to karn CPR% 
Hfe-support ted^kpn. The teadwrs are given more than 
three hours of CPR training eadi night from EMS 
instrtictors. Four similar one-week dasses are pUuuwd for 
otl^r Viri^i^ Beadi teadiers. 

The CPRHrataied teadiers wiO return to tKek schoob as 
'^Bask Life Siqiport (CPR)" tautmctors and will be the 
niK^us of a team that wOl give CPR training to all nhitb 
gr«ie stu^nts Mxt yoff. 

WOliun E. Oarrtoon, supervoor of seooncfaffy heahh, 
physkal eAicatian and safety with the schools, said the 
courses wffl be gben at eadi junior Ugh sdiod some time 
duriax the next sdud year. The stiuleDts wiU receive seven 



hours of tautru^kn ami, on comi^tion of the instructkn, 
wfll be oertifkd as nieart Savers" by tte Amerkan Red 
Qroas and Amerkan Hetft Assodatten. 

Oarrbon said tlM CPR imtruction progrmn was faiitiated 
at the request of sdiod division superintendett Dr. 
E£.]teicfcell mi wu enthusiaBtically recehred at BMS. 

Brwe Edwards, head of BMS, exprMS«l del^ht and 
whde-hettted support of the new sdiod program. 

■tte nudor Ob^ive wiU be to trafai 20,000 peo|^ in 
Virgfada Beadi Qa CPR tedu^pies) in five years." 
sdd Bdwardi. Thb goal cmi be reaUz^ by working 
throi^ our sdMxds." 

&tS iHtmcton ^Hrarib, Ann Tafhv ttd WfflfanrOer 
wffl a^iervise the teadier trataing wfaidi taidudes momh-to- 
motth resuscttatkn ai^ external cardtac ompression 
tectadqnes. 

Qvrtoon said the sdrad system wQl purdiase the 
neo^sary sqii^es and equ^Moeitt to ooo^tact CPR dasset in 
tlK adMob next year. A^ eadi teadier con^lettag the 
coiffte win be awarded one credit toward a higher ttegree. 



Recycling schedule set for Beach locations 



Foifowi^ are the (tetes and kxratkns of tB hicid BOOS 
recy^i^ projects for the maeth of AprB: 

^rfl 16 - BOOS tmdc in Vfrgfaiia Beat^ Prtaoess Anne 
Pkza Slioivii4 Oemer. 1-4: pm. 

April 10 and 24- Ctarbsfale pkktqis in Vk^a Beach; OU 
Doution Est^es, l^mlvote Meatfows, T^oroagl^xid, 
l^vo^^ood Bstttet, Witdi Duck Pt., ud Wttdi Dude 
Shor^ nei^ttofteote. 

Qvbeide ^dmps accept only bundled newspapers ud 
mivaaitaea, wVsk shorid be {riaced on the mrb t^ 8 an, the 
msr^V of coBectfon. 



Trade stops accept the folkiwim materiahi: 

Cle«, green, and teown glass ^partt^ by color, all metal 
r^Mv^: steel (thO, bi-aetdi^wp<op*), md almtem 
am (separated by type, pqxr labek removetO; 

navspqiers, limgirines, boob, etc-iw car<Bx>tfd~(Mp- 
tftted bf type, h§u^. bmtd, or tie<9. 

Is ad^kn, BOOS taH a stationMry stte, where dl of the 
lAove ButtariUi iasf be tiriMtJ41ovs a Aqu tt the <?i«tt 
Big Oreeiho^, on GkivoA ^sad, aaoss from the IRS 
teB^ m httary CMe, ^tolaBc. 

AD eoiectkH are made taai or shme". For f^her 
inforaa^kn, ^397-3000. 



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Beach budget 



(Cootfattfcd from iMfB A-1) 

As usual fclKJob wUl take the lion^ shwe of tlie 
budfet~Sti6J19.843 or 43.37 percent of the total. Other 
ttpprapruiau are general operations. $61,^4,012 (40.S6 
perceitt). utility operations $9,251,891 (6.06 percent), 
utility debt oasts. $3.310,03S (3.48 percent).feneral debt 
coats. $3,176,276 (3.39 percent) and sdrad <fobt oasts 
$4^793.802 (3.14 percent). 

Ol tlM total anticipated revenue, the Oafunonwtdth 
contribution wiO be 29.36 percent, general property taxes, 
26.18 percent, other local soiaces, 18.77 peroeitt; other local 
tines 13.68 peroem; unappropriated Ainds (77-^ 3.47 
percent, ai»l fe<kral 4.34 percent. 

Hudniry stiA that te did not indude the 233 eiMajrees oo 
CSTA protrams hi the bucket. Hie budget abo cdls for an 
additional 123 new Aill-thne positioas and 48, pwt-tfane 
positioitt for a totid of 2,990 iUIl-ttane enqrioyees and 919 
part-time positions. 

The in«ease of 17 flill*ttaM employees recommeaded hi 
the utilities department is attributed to the take-over of two 
ivivately owned utilities by the dty. 

Haid>ury said that the public is not Adly aware that 
state-mandated spedal eduottion programs nuqr cost the 
dty as much as $700,000. He added thitt while nuindating 
quality ediKittian the state has ^q^oprlated ooftanto far the 
localities and Ins pbued a limit of taxing of otter maior locd 
sources of revenue leaving only the real estate tax for the 
dties to ftO back on. 



Stallings 



(CoDtlniMd from page A-1) 

Stallings admitted thia when peo|^ spedc out as be does, 
they are not usually vei[y popular. 

"But 11m not going to dty ooundl belonging to any one or 
any group. QUn sold his integrity for a mess of beans. I dont 
bttend to sell mine for dty coundl." 
ost people are talkmg about (what I am sayfaig). But they 
don^ want to get up because they are afraid. At the end of 
the election, therell be some surprises...some new iSKes on 
the dty cooncO. 

"You see, they havent been doing theyYe job. Thereli 
something... rotten in the state of Denmark." 



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$urchett 



(C^tinued from pag* A-1) 

night meetings for controversial issues so that more people 
can attend. I think thatli a reasonabfe^esu^t.. IVJ j^ wjHing 
ffihavr oiMhtmiiftHP f* t t 

A commcii ^Tnw iMMtw l receive is that bureawrats are 
rorndng the dty. Council ii not making policy dedsfoos. 

"I think one ofour main pfoMems is a lack of Co nf id en ce to 
the oovadl,'' be oonduded. The rest just goes from there. 
What are tib0 reaDy dotog?" 



Beach Stamp Club 
4l0ct8 officers 



I 

I The VirglnJa Beadi Stamp Qub has efected the foUowtog 
d&cen: Hxtif Roy, iMresident; Jhnmie Frfend, vice 
Resident; Oora Ooiliw, secretary: Leroy P. CdUns m, 
tfeasurer; Mid Dap Jones, Bd Rykbos, and lOlliam Benbow, 
board of govwnvs. 

I The d^ iteets the second and fowrth Tuesday of eadi 
4onth at St. Qcegoryl GttlMib; Church oe AHrginia Beadi 
Boulevard. The meettogs start at 7:30 and the putdic is 
i ivited. 



Business women meet 



The regular monthly 
I teeting ct the Queen 
Iveptone Chafer ol the 
JCherican Business Wo- 
men's Association «I11 be 
leld at Shore Drive fam on 
fbursday. April 13 at 6:30 
l.m. 

I Dinner wiB be served at 7 
l.m. Afterwards there will 



be a guest speaker and a 
regular bustoess meeting. 

The annual attendance 
. omtest is now in Aill swing 
and eadi team captato is 
striving to obtain perfect 
saves of die members (rf her 
team and put her team on 
top. 



1978-79 Virginia Beach budget 



545% 



26J8% 



9.79% 

Llc9n 

' PrmltB, 

mrvl 

.Charges 




646% 



4.44% 



ncnyy^^ 


All 
\, OthT 




X S«rvlc« 
759%/\ 




Wlttin / X 
/Police X 
/ end \ 
/ Judicial y\ 


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2.40%^!^"'^^^,^^^ \ 






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/ y^ utllitlea 
A^ PubUo Works 



33.90% 



Education 



t5jS6% 



4^770/. 



Where It comes from. 



...and where It goes 



Beach taxes may drop with new budget 



ByLEECAHILL 
Public Affldrs Writer 



Wgfaiia Beach has a low real estate tax rate. 

It win be even lower during fiscal 1978-79 if the proposed 
operating budget is tpptwtd by dty council. 

Of all the items to Beach budgets of at least the put two 
years, the tax rate takes top bOltog. 

dty Mknager George L. Hanbury, who says that the low 
rate is possible on^ because of the dtyls diversified tax 
bise, has produced various statistia wUdi {dace the Beadi 
at the lead to Vcftf red estate tax. rates. 

For ioMaaoe, oTtlw V^nri^iriacWas with apopudation of 
over 20.000, Vlrgtoia Beach has tho lowest true tax rate - 
$.87 cents per $100 vabiation. The next towest is Staunton'k 
whkhis$.90. 

Among Tklewater dties, there is nocontest. Tax rates are 
$1.43 to Chesapeake; $1.30 to Newport News; $1 .62 jn 
Norfolk and $1.30 to PortsuMuth. Windwster has the 
duUous disttoction of havtog the highest tax rate of $1.80. 



Wgtoia Beadi also has the lowest tax rate of the ten 
fostest growing dties to tte United States, ^gtoia Beach, 
which is the only eastern dty on the list, ranks fourth to 
growtog, but first to the lowest tax rate. Anchorage, Alaska 
isnt so for beUiirwIth a rate of $1.0480, but the others 
range from $1.23 for Las Vegas to $6.77 for Anaheim, Calif. 

The rates todude taxes for schod districts which are 
included to a single tax to Virginia. 

In the proposed budget for 1978-79 Hanbury is 
reoomnwndtog a tajt rate decrease to $.82 to olbet an 
•average 7.7 percent inaease in assessments. 

The five cents reduction is equal to a 6 percent reduction 
m the rate so that there wiU be no inaease to taxes for 
10,010 pvoels to the Ay ud akss than 6 percent increase 
for another 30,000 parcels. Thousands of residents wiU 
actudly experience a reduction to taxes, whidi, Hanbury 
sakli is unheard of even to dties that ar« growtog ri^iidly. 

Huibury said that a typical Virginia Beadi heme assessed 
at $41,773 to 1978 and taxed at $363.44 woiiM be assessed at 
$43,000 to 1979 and taxed at $391.30 at the $.87 rate but a; 
$3«9.0S,at the $.82 cent rate. 



In any event, there will be no change in tax bills to June 
which will be the same as those to December of 1977 and 
based on assessments of 18 months ago. New assessments 
and tax rates, if approved will be used in next Decemberli 
tax bills. 

Hanbury attributed his lower tax rate recommendation to 

Tourism - Last year tourism increased by 28 percent and 
added $12 million to the dty% economy ~ 43 percent (rf the 
$24-$23 million collected to real estate taxes. •<». 

New construction - growth of 3 percent conttouing the 
new construction of the past ten years. 

Finandal contrd ~ no across the board inaease to salaries 
last year, keeping dose coittra^ d all accounts and more 
federal impact fiids thani^dpated. 



Virginia Beacli women head district board 



Two ^ginto Beadi women were tlMii to the board of 
the Tidewater Distrid, Wglnia Federttion of Women'k 
Oubf, at the 36th annual spring meettog.. 

Mrs. David M. WUtaker of the Ocean Itek Womanli Oub 
wOl serve the district organiation as 1st vice pmtdent and 
Kfrt. David M. WUtaker of the Ocean Park Womanli Oub 
wlB fill the post of ^id vice prcsideitt. 

Mrs. J. T. Qitler of Newport News wu elected president. 
Other members of the new board are Mrs. Wythe Oark, 
Huqiton, 3rd vice president and diredor of the junior 
women% dubs to the district; Mrs. Edwto Russell, 
^niUamsbarg, recordtog secretary, and Afrs. Vtooent H. 
Ober, Norfolk, treasurer. 

The ^gtoto Beadi Ooundl of Federated Womenl Clubs 
won a sp^bl award for their Neighborhood Watdi, or block 
security, program. 



Department and division awards were presented to a 
number of Beadi dubs. The dubs and the proiiects for which 
they were iKnored are C^ie Henry Womanli Qub, 
couervittion. home life, safety, visual arts uid aeative arts; 
Woman'!i Qub of des^ieake Beadi, mental health and 
consumer concern, and Prtooess Anne Womani Qub, 
toternational aflUrs. 

Beach women awarded 1st iriaoe or blue ribbons to the 
tfts and aafks contest and the categories to whidi they won 
are ^frs. Arthur B. James, knitttog; Kfrs. L.A. McCann, 
ddldrenl apparel; Mrs. J.S. Emerson, tablecloths; Suzanne 
J. Qk, quflted irillows; Mrs. Robert Morris, rugs; Marilyn 
M^shaU, china patoting; Mrs. MIdred Martto, nature- 
scopes, and Mrs. CyntUa BaOew, visuid arts- {»rofessional. 

The top distrid entries wiU be entered to state 
oonqietitian at the time of the federation convemion. 



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Norwegian sisters face each other across the ocean 




The Udkt Auxiliary to tttt Vkgiida BeKh Borough 
Vdumeer Fire Departme^ held its 16th laaiial memorial 
service Saturday at the NorwefiHi Latfy ttattte at 23th 
Street and boardwitt. 

Tbe statue was erected to oosuaemortte the crash of the 
saffii^ vessel. The Octator. Hm diip. a wooden Norwegian 
btf k sailed from Pensaoo^ Pla.<^« month before cruhfait off 
the ^ginia Beadi ooait at 24th and 25th Streets. The shq> 
crashed March 27. 1891. 

With a load of irine hunber desttaied for Bi«iand, tte ship 
had been battered by severe gale winds ud torrential rain 
and developed leaks. 

Due to the unsafe coodltkos, tbe captain. J.M. 
Jorgensen. decided to coma kite HaaiptOQ ^wls for repairs 
but missed the entrance to Ctesqwake Bay and went 
aground about 330 yards offshore around 40th Street. 

>Uthough efforts were made to save the seventeen 
persons aboard, eight pwiou were lost hidading the 
cqitain'h wife and son. 

The next day the figiuraheiMl oTThe Dictiaor was found on 
the beMd>. The womtt ^d tai dassk garmeitts was erected 
at Ifth Street, where it ttood for €2 years umQ a hurricane 
in 1933 caused its removal Md storage. 

A Norwegian scub>tor. Ornolf Bast, created the present 
nine-foot bronze statue of the Norwegian Lady, along with 
its sister, located in the town of Moss, Norway. They fooe 
each other across the ocean. 

The present statue wu put in i^aoe on Se^. 22, 1962. 

Each year the Ladies AipxiUary places a wreath in the 
water to commemorate those kst at sea, a service which 
Gqitain Jorgenson originitted. 




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Mayor HoUand presented the Ladies of the AaxOiary with a 
citation dtin^y, 'tsithftal, oatstamUng service." 



Photos by Joan Coates 
Story compiled by Dale Boone 



The Norweigaa Lady statae, loeated at 25th Street, foces tts 
sister dty of Moss, Norway across the ocean. 



u was a snnay Satardiv for Beach lovers last week<«ad. 
Andthey were Utwiim to watch the aseaMrlal festlvHIei tA 
25th Street and the Norweigan Lady. 



The hdles of the Beach AnIBary Fire Department were eat 
in their iMat fsm to coauMBMrate the sUvwreak ef the 
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Tasiui, who bckngs to State Seaator Jaiepil Onuida and hb 
wife Sandy, sits in front of a solar-kcatcd dog house. The 
Oinadas are friends of Lee Colien, president of the firm that 
nurices the dog house. [A.P. Photo] 



In the doghouse... 
with solar energy 



ByMARYMacDONALD 
Associated Press Writer 



• "I lH4)peQtothinkI1nnot crazy," said Lee Oohen merrily, 
with a glMce out the window at his soiw^itted doghouse. 

"^laybe Polarald was crazy. You kiraw. There may be a lot 
of interest fai it." 

Under a chill but sunny sky hi front of Oohen^ solar 
heating firm, in Virgiite Beadi a sheepdog with a bandanna 
around its nedc wis sitting in a peculiar wooden doghouse. 

The roof had large plastic panels for absorMng the sun% 
energy - Mid maldng thirds 30 to 40 degrees warmer for the 
pooch inside. 

Cohen said the sdar doghouse - prototype made by Solar 
One, a manulhcturing company f& which he is president - 
probably would retaO for about $730. 

It remains to be seen whether that doghouse progresses 
from gimmick, whidi Cohen concedes it is now, to a selling 
sensation. 

'YouVe heard what people do with these pet cemeteries, 
havent you?" Cohen laughed. 

But solar heat for humans is serious business in Virginia 
Beach. 

State officials agree with Cohen that tlwre% a con* 
centration of solar heat use here and in surrounding 
Tidewater cominunicites. 

Boyd Johnson, solar energy coordinator for the state 
Energy Office, sidd that because of a previous lack of ftmds, 
the office is only beginning to tally the sohu- units - space 
heating and hot water heating - in the state. 

He said state industry officials recently agreed there are 
more than ISO Virginia homes with solar water beaters and 
fewer than 30 hooKS heated with solar energy. 

How many more or fewer is not at all clear, Johnson said. 
But he added that Tidewater apparently has the greatest 
concentration, with northern Virginia second. 



The interest here he attributed to population - about 18 
percent of all Virginians live in Tidewater in 3 percent of the 
stMeli area - and rapid growth. Virginia Beadi is one of the 
fiistest growing cities in the East.The pattern of growth is 
important, too. 

For example, many Irauses here were b^ in the 1930s 
bulling boom, Johnson said, when all^lectric heat was 
coming into wide use - and tlow it^ beginning to cost 
them." 

Also, military personnel, make up a large part of 
Tidewater^ population. 

These often are people who have lived all over the world, 
so they are not locdcing for the two-story or three-story 
Georgian brick house. They Ve more fiexible." Johnson said. 

Then therel the sun. In a beach area, people are attuned 
tothat sort of thing.' 

JohnsoB also credits "^ome deders who went out uA 
pushed It." 

Kent Morgan, public affeirs director for three-year-old 
Solar One, sidd it has built and installed four solar space 
heating units and 130 solar water units - and has orders for 
400 more. 

Solar One estimates the cost kA space heating a one-story, 
three-bedroom house with solar energy probably would 
average about S6.300 to $7,300. 

The doghouse, Morgan explained, is heated with a 
"^sive" solar system - meaning it requires no mechanisms 
such as the water pumps needed in a solar-heated house. 

The sun pours thrash a plastic panel about 3 feet by 4 
feet in the roof of the doghouse and strikes a black Mpper 
sheet on the back wall. 

The sheet - which is fronted with plastic to protect the dog 
from getting burned - absorbs the sun's energy, which is 
stored in stones beneath the floor for night-time heat. 

In summer, the heating effect can be turned off by 
covering the panels with reflective material or turning them 
toward the north, Morgan said. 



Sufi O^i Is coming, ChBCk noxt week's SUN for d9tall8. 



Look, ladies, it's a carburetor 



Cans mined for silver dollars 




By RHONDA MILLER 

SUN Staff Writer ^ 

No more staring blankly under the hood wondering if 
the confounded machine is going to blow up. 

No more listening to smooth talking MMli|nics and 
thinking that they must be usijBg^ li- lg^ wtwA tbAj 
describe a hole iii|he hose. "-/^■^ •f-r-f' 

Vii^nia Beach^ women may be on the brink of 
actually understatiding inore about their automobiles 
than how to turn the key and pray that it starts. 

It's an idea of Doug Wade's, who, through long 
experience in working with automobile service, decided 
to offer a women's free car care clinic at the Indian 
River Exxon Car Care Center, in Virginia Beach. 

To make a good opportunity better, the six-week 
course is free. 

On Tuesday evenings, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., 
beginning April 11, in Virginia Beach ladies can learn 
the basics of light automotive m^hanics and some of 
the language of auto repair. 

Guest speakers will be on hand to provide additional 
automotive enlightmrat. 

Certificates of accomplishment will be awarded upon 
completion of the course. 

Registration began Friday, March 31, at the Indian 
River Exxon Car Care Center on Military Highway and 
Indian River Road, or by calling 424-2400. 

Class size will be limited to 20 people. 

An advanced course will be sctieduled for those ladies 
who wish to continue with the automotive training. 



Doug Wade 



Library system sponsors 
summer job exchange 



The Virginia Beach public library system wiU sponsor a 
summer job exchange for persons ten years or dder at the 
Windsor Woods and Great Neck branches. 

Tlw program is desigmd as a nwans for persons in the 
community to find young peof^ who are willing to perform 
odd jd>s. 

Registratioi for young people wishing to be listed in the 
idb exchange is currently umlerway at both libraries and 
must be dcme in person. 

PerscHis under 16 years oi age will require pareMal 
pernUssioQ on the forms to be filled out for the ex<^a«e. 
^ ' All partitifHuits in the jn'ogram must also have Virginia 
Beadi pubUc library cards which am be acquired at the 
libraries. 

One farm must be comi^ted for each job for whkh a 
young person wishes to be axui(fered. 

Once the jd> file has been conqnkd, nwrnbers of the 



coBununity may come into the libraries and check for 
availaUe telp for work such as ironing, pet sitting, lawn 
mowing twby sitting or anything else for whi^ the young 
people feel qiulified. 

liie llbrMes are cesponsibfe only for {voviding the file of 
information and assisting in its use. The lit^wy is not 
respomibk for scheduling, determinaticni^ salaries, quality 
d work performed or any injuries relating from the work. 

Members ai the community may have i^cess to the file oi 
job hunters i^er Aj^il IS. 

The idb exchange will be (x»tinued throivbout the 
suauMr and it may be oxuiniwd imo t^ sdiool year if 
swxessful anddemand warraMs ft. 

For forther informatkn on theiumnkr idb exdiange 
persons shouU »I1 Sandy ThrockoMrtoa at the Wfaidsor 
Woods BraiKh at 3^1043 or DebUe Ou-ter at ti» Great 
Neck BraiMdi at 481-6094. 



Meeting held by Aragona Jr. Women 



The Ar^ona Jvwx Gartten Qub^ monthly meeting 
fettured a mtdkpbb^, fresh cedv ami artifidal bird 
presentatiflft Iff Mks. Terry Jduison. 

Members ^o received irine s^dfings for Arbor wjMh. 



Yoidv people ages seven to IS who are interested in 
jotadng the Aragou Junior Qartkn Qub nu^ contact Mb^s. 
Johnson at 497-M)38. 



Aluminim beverage cans will be "mined" for silver A|H-il 8 
when Reynolds Aluminim Recyding Company in Virginia 
Beach holds a special "Silver DoUar Saturday". , 

Revelers bringing thek aluminim to the Reynolds 
recy<^ service center, I43S Air Rail Avenue, will be 
^linMliWfittiiaMpri*** toti^« $100 to be p<^d In sttver 
doj^tt^pis is in additiowC9|-7 obtits a pdbid -$340 a ton ~ 
foraMinmdm beverage oofitaioers and other clean household 
aluminum. 

E. J. Kelly, district recycling number for ReynoMs 
Aluminum Recydii^ Company, said that two contests will 
be held throughout the day. The person Mnging hi the 
Ivgest amount of aluminum between 9 a.m. and 12 noon will 
receive the first prize of 2S silver doUars. Second prize will 
be IS silver dollars and the thfrd prize will be $10 tai sihrer. 

Reynolds recycling T-shirt iron-ons will be offered to all 
persons recydfa^ 20 pounds or more of ahnninum. The 
contest will be repeated between 12 noon and 4:30 p.m. with 
tlK same prizes being awarded. Only one prize will be given 
to each recycler. 

All of these prizes are in addition to the 17 cetts per pound 
Reynolds customarily pays for aluminum beverage cans and 
other dean househdd aluminum items sudi as pie plttes, 
foil, frozen food and dinner trays and dip, puling and meat 



March of Dimes 
holds walk-a-thon 



A walk-a-thon sponsored by the lldewater Mardi of 
Dimes wiU be held ^ril 16 akng the oceufront. 

TIm walk-a-thon is the largMt amual ftand-raising event 
cooducted i^ the Udewtter duqiiter. Last yearl walk had 
7«000 parti^Mmts who raised contributiosu totaling 
$137,000. 

, More than S,O0O walkers have registered to date for this 
f ear% walk. Hie total distaaoe is 23 kUometers, or about IS 
miks. It win begm at 8:30 a.m. at 12th Street and Atlantk 
Avenue. Walkers will proceed akng the beadi to Fort Story 
aiMl return to the orighial site. 

Hie walk is expeded to last aboitt four hours. Prooeeds 
will be used to fight birth defeds tteongh medlod research, 
puMic educittioa, and mescal e^p^ment. Registration 
forms are available at all HoAiefaBer'ii shoe stores, Hvdee^ 
oittlets. bitthiesses disj^taig the rZ5-K" poster, md the 
Tidewater March of Dimes. 



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Certain dher itenu, includhig aluminum siding, gutters, 
storm door and window frames, and lawn fiirniture tubing 
are also worth 17 cents a pound if properly prepared. This 
aluminum must be free of aU foreign materials, cut to 
lengths not exfiiMiUng three feet and should not be mixed 
with cans. 

"WeVe anxious for everyone in the Virginia Beach area to 
visit our service center and see what we have to dfer the 
public," said E.J. Kelly, land this special day will provide ain 
opportunity for recyclers to gain something more than the 
money they always receive when they bring us their 
aluminum." 

Two of our primary objedives are energy savings and 
litter reduction," Mr. Kelly said. "We know that con- 
sdentious Virginia Beach area dtizens recognize the value ci 
aluminum recycling in these areas." 

Each time aluminum is recycled, it takes only S percent of 
the original energy that would be required to midce primary 
aluminum, and ahuninum can be recyded again and again. 
Last year, Reynolds coUeded more than 2.9 billion 
aluminum cans nationwide. 

Further information may be obtained by calling the 
recyding service center at 4604)923. 



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Beach Little Theatre opens with "The Happy Tlme"^ 




TliiM% M tftdi iiMii. pitycd by Steve MaUk, ud Aant 
FeVcc, flbtfi Idr FUa> Lawioa, argae In the corrcat 
Vtrglata Bewli tlttk Tteatrc prodactkn. 



The LUtle theatre of Vkfiiiia Btacb it prescnttaf , The 
Happy Tune," ■ rcjUkkfaif foaedy dKwt lifc wkh a spirted 
and bapiv f readi<2UHiflM fmiltf, 

fetfomme^ nn Friday and Saturday aveniBfi, AprU 
7-8, 14-13 aptf 21-22 at 8:30 p.m. A Swrfay flMtinec will be 
performed April 16 «t I p.in. Tk^i are S3.7S fv adokt and 
$2 for ftt^kmi. Par rttervttkni. oD tke Ikaatre boR office 
at428-W23. 

The 1^ by Sanmel Taylor was fcit presertad oo 
Broadway in the 1990^. Set in Ottawa in the early 192011, 
The H^ipy Time" u a bHarkiH but tender tcooont of a 
youaft b^li ^q^oacMm wudMod tai m ollbeat, kwiof 
fiunily that iadudet iiii tether and notber, a grandfitther, 
uncliee and as aunt. The play to biiad oa the stories of 
Robert FoMaine. 

Papa Bdnnard to played by Kta Fraser, aiMt recently 
seen as Professor Henry Mfgins inUw Virtioi* Beach Uttk 
Theatre production of 'My Fair Lady." 

Enid Clarke, who has acted proi^fknalb' in New York 
and in touring companies, plays MaiiaB Baraard. 

Grandpere Boonard to Mac MeMaaas. i tetiocnt 
performer in Lbtle Ttieatre of VtogUa Beidi prodhMAioBS, 
including "Inherit the Wind." X$i on a Hot Tia RooT and 

Tartulfc." 

Abo featured in the cast are Steve Mdk. Floss Uwson. 
Ron Fell, Susto and Gurl Hmioa, Mufinne Habn. Ian 
Cioodwin and Cbrto Bush. aH rcteraa pe^lonners in local 
little theatres. 

Jeff Qirroll ^ys Bibi, the twebi^e-yehr-qld son d the 
Bonnard fiunily. 

Director to Sam HaUmr known to Tidewi&er awfoaces for 
both acti^ and (Urectidg. He aivewcdo Stage in the beach 
theatreli productions oTICtomet," 1)angeroiis Corner," and 
•Wusic Man," and directed IMr. Roberts," "wath of a 
Salesman." and "AU Mr Sons." 

Jennifer Kreger to «istotant director and ?m4 Berryman 
is stage manager. 

The Little Theatre of Vtogtaiia Beadi to located at 24th 
Street and Barberton drive. 



Photos by Rod Mann 




Uade Desmoade to ^qrcd by Hm f el hi tba 
^rglaia Beach Little Theatre prodactkn of The Bvpy 
Tbae", a roOi^iBg accoont of Hlle with a happy, a^aklMted 
Freacb-OaaadlaB Isniay. Perftvmaaces raa AprU 7 thro^h 
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Apr*?: Teen Golf dink, ages 13-17, bask ftmdamentato of 
gdf inchMfevg; itan«, grip md swhm, 5-6 pin., 
Muiti-purpose Room. RecretetldA'DAlter. ' . ^ 

Aprill: Kite Flying contest (for homemade kites only), kites 
jtt(ked on neatness, originality and design, cattgorks for 
ages up to 18 years, 10 a.m., Recreation CJenter. 
MiBi-MaratKont apprdtimately five miks. Age categories 
include, pre-teens, teens, adults, and senior cjti«ns. Meet 
in gymnasium seating on third floor, 10 a.m. RecrcfcUon 

Oeiiter. -^ ' ti-.-i 

CompetHive swim meet, 9-1 pjn., Reaeatlofl Oemer Pool. 
i^V 10: Qjaches dinic for softball and baMbaU. 7530 p.m., 
Recreation Center theatre. ^ ^ v, 

April 11: Rolfcr Skating trip to Haygood Skating Ocnter for 
pre-teens, 1-5 p.m., J1.25 total cost. Teens will iM« from 
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.$1.50ptas $.73 for skates. SUn up in 
teen lounge by March 28, limited to 1st 40 persons, 
AprU 13: coaches cHtric for softbaU, 7:30 p.m., Recrettioo 
Center Ttertre. . ^ . 

AprU 13-23: "Unck Vanya," a dassk Rttsian tato of country 
Ufc, presented by the Performing Arts Uirit.^^J'^ p.m. 
curtain, 2:45 p.m. curtain ftr matinees on AprU 16th and 
23rd. Reservations are requested, no charge, by calling 
^9-1281, Recreation anter Theatre. _ . 

April 14: Parents Day Beginner Oymnastk Show. •6 p.m., 
Ejierdse Room. Recreation Center. , ". ^ 

Fttidiy Fdk Dimce, karn Derman, RusM^ «d other 
international dances, 7:30 p.m.. Room #1 17. Free, open toaU 
interested. • » 

Apr! tSi Cttnpetitlve swim aieet, 9 a-m.. ♦ f p.m., 
Reaeatkm Centet Pod. _ ^ 

Green Run Trinity Church BcMflt Horse Show, 9 a.m., 
Princess Araw Park Show Ring. ^ ^J.. n 

Aprfl 16-17: Performing Arts, Taming of the Shrew, 
touring area high schoob. Aprfl 16, 9 a.m. - First Colonial 
High School. April 17, 12:30 p.m. - Cox W f™- v. 
Apd yh Huidball tournameot for adults. sOgk etohijttian 
e^. Rigtoter with athktfc stdt Tdirmmkia lo begin at 
10 aan-jReo-eittMn Center, I. 

iUrt 1741s lU^tratkn for Aduh Bowling Tpurnttuem, 
regtoter at PubUc Information Desk. Tournament begins 3rd 
at 6:30 p.ffl., bowUng lanes, V3.RC. ^ «^ 

r^totratloii tar Spnuner Therapentto Recreati* Program, 



call 499-1281. ( 

Aprfl 17tAd^ teen tM yMtb t^s^tb^yn M^vartaia sitei^^^^si^ 
,thrQughf?ttt.(tu;#y. - .'ic'iu^J i1i.iSiH olli-ijins^ 
April 18: Aur care clinic Itar tarn; and pre-teenar, 3 p.m., 
teen lounge. Recreation Center. Demonstration by Captain 
Freedom. 

April 19: "Bkss the Beast and t^ie Children," free movk for 
entire fiunily, 7:30 p.m. teen lounge. Recreation Center. 
April 20: Teen Bowling Tournament fiaato, register in teen 
lounge before March 30th. Open to young persons 13-17 
years of age. Tournament will begin at 7 p.m.. Recreation 
Center. ^ 

AprU 22: "Plant Oinlc for Kids," ages 6-12 years, 11 
am.4p.m.. teen lounge. Recreation Center. Clinic sponsored 
by V.P.I. Extension Service. 

Pinal Competitive Swhn Meet for season, ,9 a.m.-l p.m.. 
Recreation Center pool 

C.L A.S.P. Dance. 6:K)-9:30 p.m. jymnasiinn. Recreation 
Center. 



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April 24:Ladies Spring Handicap Oolf tourn«nem, Bow 

Creek Golf Qjurse. Cfdl 486-6960 for information. 

Coaches dinic for baseball and softball, 7:30 p.m.. 

Recreation Center Theatre. * / 

April 26: Serior Gtizens trip to hairdresser. Seniors enjoy 

shampoo, cut, curl and blow dry, at no charge. Leave 

Recreation Cfenter 11 a.m. Call 467-43 16 (between 9 a.m. and 

3 p.m.), for reservations. / 

April 27: Summer Fashion Show f^r senior dttoens - 

featuring fashions for travel, sportswear, and evening wear 

by Sears. Show begins at 11 a.m. in, Recreation Center 

Theatre. 

AprU 28: Senkr Qiizens Tour of Norfolk Botannical 

Gardens. Bring picnic lunch, leave Recreation Center at 9:15 

a.ffl.. Call .467-4316, (between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.), for 

reservatioito. 

Family FoBt Dance, karn German, Riuskn, and other 

internatiowd dinces, 7:30 p.m.. Room #117, Recreation 

Center. Free and open to all interested. 

AprU 2»j >dfroom Dance Parly, dandag ftm and 

instruction, Hodm #1 17. 8:30 p.m.. Recreation Center. 

Aprfl 794^ *Star Wars II., puppet show for duldren, 

presented ^ Performing Arts Unit. 




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iqA hit' 



Woody Alkn was beginning.to Score aU over the pUwe 
as a writer of coiBic material for tefcvtoko and movies, and 
as a performer in night dubs and films and on records when 
he dedded to prove hto veriatflity fa stUl another fieW, 
writing for the stage. In thto first ptoy,T)on't Drink the 
Water", he scored again. In the 1960^, as today, he was the 
lU-round NBdas - touch comeiflaa. 

He wrote and starred to the film "What's New Pussycatr 
which became one of the bigger grossers to saeen htotory^ 
Next he starred to a James Bond movk -Oslno Roy«k, 
whidi he did not wrfte, and Take the Money "**«!«;. 
whkh he did write, as weU as -What's Up Tiger Lady?" 
Currently he to up for an Acadeiiiy Award far hto movie 

"Annie Hafl". „ 

-Dont Drink the Water" first began bowflng awfieiices 
over at a two-week pre-Broadway try-out fa PhfladelpWa, 
went on to ftirther trial spins fa Boston and opened on 
November 17, 1966 fa New Yflrk. 

Thto to the rib-tkkflng tak of a caterer from Newark, fas 
wife and daughter, whomast hok up m the U.S. BndMssy m 
an Iron Qirtafa country because Daddy, fa Wsmagnif- 
kkntly muhi-coiored sporU sUrt, unwUtingly took snap- 
shots of seaetiutaUatlou. 

Tagged a spy by tbe local Oftpce, the Itanfly sums frted to 
be Indefinite boarders at tbe embassy to escape arrest - 
with resulting hflarions compUcations. fa^iding the parents 
dtomay at theto daugbt^'k fiOlfag fa kve w^h the 



ambassador^ thoroughly inept son, whose diplomatk career 
has been one long series of expubions from countries he was 
assigned to. . 

Dan Smith and Ingrid Mauro (Walter and Marion 
HoOander) have the kading rdes of the caterer told hto wife, 
wlKxe trip aboard has all along been iU-starred. Judi 
Afflburn wffl be seen as their daughter. Tony Smith (Axel) 
as the fiimbling Ambassador's son. Rick Mte (Father 
Drotmey) as a priest who has enjoyed sanctuary fa the 
embiasy from the Communtot pdice so long he^ turiwd to 
magk tricks to pass the time and Chrto Kypros u the flnkky 
chefoftlwemlnssey. , 

Others fa the cast will mdude a Tidewater fiivorite Stan 
Fed^szyn. Richard Springk, J. P. Coudi. and Pat Rfley. 

Alan Sader wd Jerry Rowe wUl join forces fa directing 
thto wimedy. Hank Sparks to designing the imerior of the 
en^assy where the uproarious capers take place. Oxtume 
design to by Dottk Hdtz. 

Tbe Tkkwater Dinner Theatre to located $t 6Z70 
NortluuniXoaUvd., Norfolk, just (^164. Tickets for nightly 
performances Tuesday through lliursday are S13.S0 per 
person. Tkkets for the Friday night show, tte two Saturday 
performaiuxs and the Sunday matfaee are $14.50 per person 
fai^iding dinner, tteatre and all taxes. 

Group rates are avaUabk for parties oi 20 <x more. 
Tekphone 461-2933 or 245-8304 (ToU-free from Peninsula) 
for reservations. 



"The artist as exfslbrer" opens at Center 



*nic arttot as exirforer" to an under lyii^ tlM^tf "Art of 
the American West." an exhlbitioo of 23 pBatn|r«phs, 
pitoNM, ^awfaii «d sculptures sctoldtfed td be on 
mftKf at the Vtof^ Beadi Arts Center A|NrU 10th awl 
tlth fr«n 10 m t«4 pM. Vm Aru Center to tactted tt 18th 
ttd Ar^ic ^i^ Beadi. 

"/^t of the kBMnstok West" » the prodnet of first-hand 
<^ervtticai^ tt^ c^rary artuts of the mt/uive expanse 
of the (k»t Phdns. the towering peaks of the Rockjr and 
Stera Uom^iM md the men and aaimato who populated 
tfatt wfld hmd. 

TheM wtMtswre If the dvflfaed security of the dty and 
t^ staffios ftrhk^Nkw «lNBtare bey^ the frdntkr. 
They jowaeyed tknsands of miks on horseback and by 
dnaetpos^ou Mime on fls own terms, and they actively 
favMt^ed ^kid and tte peopk they found. 

tatte l«e 19th oettwy. these arttots devekped a form of 
tuOm tawed • wndermg accurately obeerved detaU 
nM^ the CQirtext of iiM«faative, stary-teHfaf com- 
tiMMs. n^ e»^«d the latea as a *lwtk savage" and 
portrayed the ooWboy as a rough, tough indivldnalist. 
omM of tainng tte ta^ «^ it* CTcatuies. 

to«Art of the itanerton W«t," the awesome kndsc^ is 
rm^m^ fa warta ramshi from Than» Mean's oil 



psuMing, "^ridai Veil Falto," ^o Ansel Adams dramatic 
pteJtogriaW Jtf "Winterstorm, YOsemite Nrtional Park" and 
'<:^oa #C3ktty National MoQuimnt." 

The tuvdyte<fividuato w|»o peopled tl» froitttor are shown 
in Ralph tttketock'! bidkm Endmq>meirt," and John A. 
Elders "Ok Scouts Retwn," Mid Edward Boreinli Two 
Indtaas'^d "Stige QjbA." . \ ^ 

Abo i^0isi fa fltt exfabitibn are six works eadi by 
Ch«ks1ttffkn Russell md Fre^ic Remfagtte, two of thto 
countrylflUceiBost vtoual dironi(&rs of tte West. 

Rei^^oB aftl R^uifl are represeWed fa * setoction erf 
paintings . drawii^<adbran»sci#i^es wMdi captured 
the feeflng of actka aad adventure fl^ the peopk 1»ack 
East,"«Ml whkh <ite a vtoual narrttlv* of a ket ttane awl 
place to stu^nts of betfi fastory and art; 

-Art of the Amerfcite W^fi^rs ^agflilipse" of the body 
(rf work the arttots wWe doing, saki Frank KeH?, the 
Virginia Mmeum flitttorial assutant wW assembkd the 

exhibttioli. 

The oncept of tM WtA'^pkyed antaqwtaitt part fa our 
htotory and thought^a thi way A^erfcam stoofed at their 
wjuntry," te contin^. TT^rc waS a h^ of oRJortunity 
out there, nd k ft fa wflhthe Amskicaa Dream. 

-By 1900»"he a*i«ltThi West f»doifag down as a 
frootkr. Andby 1«W, I& »ttots wei| re«»r<BBg something 
thiu was alrew^ goM." ' 



Horse show scheduled 
'til sundown nt PA Park 

The Virginto Beadi Nsptnne Feitlvd Hon* Show wffll be 
held Aprfl 6. 7, 8. and 9 at Frineess Ann* Park. 

CoB«»tttkB fill be fMtnred fa three rto«s non-stop from 
la-m-tosaadomieadiday. ^ .»« 

Iikdivldttal events are not scheAikd for a specific tkae. 
The show wffl begfa whh the first event at 8 a.m. and wfll 
ruBCOottaBOBslyuntflanev«|iiareooBi|ikt^. 

A spedri evert of greai tatareit to sdipdoW «v«fy *^ ?f, 
noon. Ms. Mugaret OaHord fram S«ik George Farms wfll 
ptum a Dressage exlAkkn Oi ring I) featuring her 
MeraatioM^ Itanein l^idAmiers. 

nere to no sciuel fa^^Wa Beish m Friday. TAprfl. 
There wffl be attractions ctwt^M taterest to dAdren oo 
thirt^. 

Tidat prices «*; diBfreii -$1 dafly; adutts - $3 daUy; 
Spe«W-$WfaBr*fpws. 

Tickets wffl be avrffaUe at the gate, as w^ as at the 
Nes^ne Festival effiee fa the OiaaAer of Oommeroe 
buB^-P^nbroke Matt, Oaaber of CoMimerGC-PaGiflc 
Avenue nd al braacbes of VIrgtada Beadi Federal Savins 
and Iff Bf* Assodittfaa. 

For ftirtber infonaatko caD the Neptune Festivd office, 

490-31^. 



Racquetball tournament 
held April 21-23 

The Qtf dinal Court Qub, an fadoor raoquetbaU fecflity fa 
the Beadi, to holding a tournament Ai^U 21-23. 

Qdkd tl» First International Azaka Festival RacquetMl 
dassk. it to open to men aad wosmn. 

The tournament, which wfll feature only singks matdies, 
wfll have a men% sod women^ open divtoion, as weU tt a B 
competion, seniors (35 and over), aa^ Masters (43 sod over) 
for men. 

A consol^on tournan»nt wifl be held for first round 
tosers. . 

For n^ve information, call the club at 499-9667. or ontacf 
Dan Sunek, tournament dire(»or, at 424-2303. 



Musicians perform 



The L^t and Power Company", a group of eight 
takrtcd Chrtotian musidvu, wifl aiqmar at Londoo ArMge 
Upttot Chardi, 2460 Potters Road, at the Su«iay evei^ 
wors^ service, Apdl 16. U I'M im. 

Tbe team to committed to sharing tteir personal Mth fa 
Chrtot wkh yo^ mi oM aUc, seeking to mMt tte needs of 
the whole i»rsoB tteoufh tetttaiony nd so^. 

n^ir mittk to contemporary ud. presents JesiM M 
Savksur of mankind. 

The group to a mii^try of Peninstte Youth for Chrtot. 
Ora^Mi Ufe of Newport !«kws, ^Orgfl^. 



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The Windsor Woods 
Branch of the Virginia 
"teadi WbMc Library will 
present a special program on 
camping for persons ages IS 
and up on Thursday, April 
20. at 7 p.m. 

At tMs time, Herbert 
Coleman of Bay Camping 
Inc. will present a progrvn 



on basic camping and camp- 
ing safety. 

There is no registratioa or 
fice. 

The program wiU last 
approximately one and a hidf 
hours. 

For further tnfbrmatloii 
call Sandra Throckmorton at 
340.1043. 



Jazz Ensemble trained to perfomi... and teach 



Norfolk Stated Jazz Ensemble recently (riayed to raise 
money tor the Norfolk Symph<»y. The performance was 
broUKlHt over WQH from NfiUtary ClrcJe MaU. 
i It WMlHot as incongruous as it once m^M have been, for 
tsda^ student musidans are learning to play both kinds (rf 
music. In foct, pu|rils tt Norfdk State can acquire a realistic 
degrei in "^fosic in Media". It trains them to PERFCHtM. 
not ilttt to each. 

CNtc a crowd gathered and stood up for a long period. 
They beard Stevie Wonder's "AU In Love U Fair." "^tokn 
M«$eitts'' by OUver Nelson, "Backbone" and '^A Child Is 
Boffi" by tl»d Jones, a Duke Ellbigton n»dtey, and This 
Here", arruiged by buid director Ik. Burgess Gardner. 

Tfeia was a bigger than big band, fliey had an extra 
trottbone, two guitarists aiKl the director also idayed 
trumpet. Among the personnel were several Beach 
residoits. Trombonist Norman ^K^lUams was absent, but 
CitA Ditkc and Anthony Young were there. 

Young is a freshman out of First Coloaial Hgh Sdiod. He 
ttves in UUtop Manor ^ and fdayed trombone, although he is 
a percuisioo major in the media field. 

JXike is a junior who attended Bayside Ifigh SdK»l. Ms 
instruinent is bass. Although he b nujoring in meda, he 
may teach; it runs in the fomily; his fother is assistant 
vice-ftf esident oS Academic Afhirs at Norfblk State. They 
reside in L and J Gardens. 

Dbrector Burgess Gardner has quite a background. He 
made an album in Chicaao called '^re'ii Burgess Gardner" 



on the More Soul label. While traveling with Ray Charles in 
1964 he played at Norfolk Arena. He performed and 
recorded with Count Basie in 1968-69, and substituted with 
Woody Herman in Oiicago. Gardner has backup such stars 
as Nancy Wilson and Sanmiy Davis Jr. He abo wrote a 
oommerdal for the hamburger chain that does it all for you. 

Burgess b an Aries from Greenville, Mssbsipfii. Uke the 
P^rton brothers, he graduated from JKkson State in hb 
honK state. Moving north, Gardner garnered a Ntesters 
D«gr«e from Roosevelt University in Chicago^ and another 
fromNfidiigan State. Tlien he was granted a Doctorate from 
the tatter. 

Gardner b partid to mutes, which makes me partial to hb 
idaying. Hb frivorite trumpeters have been Clitford ft'own. 
and Dizzy Gillespie but he knew he coddnt equal them, so 
he has drawn heavily on saxmen and guitarbts for 
faispiration. 

The hornman-educator feeb there will be a rebirth of jazz 
because so many schoob have a jazz ensemble, faitrodudng 
the musk to the youg despite the 'System", (the Top 40 
haU-of-mirrors and rating-game). He fieeb that the Beach 
itself could become a Jazz mecca. 

My fovorite question toppse an interviewee b. Itave you 
ever Imd any llie show must goon' experiences?" Gardner's 
answer b one ctf the best. During hb college days a band-bus 
turned over in a body of water. The driver cdled for another 
bus. and most of the pUyers made the job... wet suits and 
wet instruments. 



With dedkation like that, how could Jazz ever die? 

ttk Nolaa: Ian at The Roartoi 20^." Mtb aN Goaaold, 
TbwaiaySuday: John dtt^Mui, phuiot inm TaMer. 
draas; Jadt Todd, sax; Eraeat Smith, Naa....M»t Jni 
artfcks in weird ptaoes: GbmI Basle hi U.S. News aid 
World Report; Nat Heatoff hi CoamopaHtan. 

Ed. Note: Erk Stevens wiU be teaching JAZZ APP- 
RECIATICH4 (mainly a Ibtening course) Monday and 
Tuesday nights during April and May to people of all ages. 
Detaib: 481-3926. 



Dairy QueBn opens 

Dairy Quean/Braiiar, a 40-8eat reataurant offering 
Braiiar hot toota and Dairy Queen's menu, haa opened in 
l4Ul»pur Shonnintr Outer, Virginia Beach. The new 
rMtaurant b owned and operated by Dan FermO uid 
employs 12 people. 

Cofsagas and usa 

Kfrs. M.J. Scwartz Ot B.J.^ House of Flowers was the 
guest spealnr at the March meeting of the llioroughgood 
Garden Qub. She presented a program on basic flower 
arranging. 

The club, reMntly planted 18 ornamental Ih'adford pear 
trees in the me(Uan strips at the intersection of Pleasure 
House Road and Northampton Boulevard. 



Mtaa Virginia Baacli pagaant ia coming IMay 20 



Young women who are singk and between the ages of 18 
and 26 add who are interested in competing in the 1978 Mss 
Virginbi Beach Pageant may caU 461-9540 or 463-1999 for an 



tmplicatioo. 

Thb pageant b an affiliate of the NBss America Pageant. 
The first meeting willbe Sunday. The pageant wiUbe May 20 
at Pb^ Junior Ugh School 



Tchekov's "Uncle Vanya" opens April 14 



calling 
before 



AjAcn Tchekov'b 'Uncle Vanya" will open on April 14ch at Reservations are required, and may be nuute by 
the Virginia Beach Recieation «anter TbmUfi, Wa •^W>j5^*LS"ii¥ ^""^^^ "Pj.' °^^" 

jMa«ao«hL«M:,Vk,tafl|%ii#apii^Mi<R3N«llf^l3^ "^ "^ to]|«.r«,t.»r' 

I rwi thcjBMisii April 23rd. *••*•'■*"*••• 

' Qu-tain time for evenitig performances b 7:45, and 2:45 ^ "^^ i»-oduct)onJs under the direction of Henry Deshields 
for the two matinee performances on Sunday, the 16th, and ^liril4a pr'd^ibed 1^ the Performing Arts Unit, Department 
the 23rd. Of IHu-ks and Recreation of ^ginia Beach. 



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The K#ers House, Thoroughgood House and WQlooghby- 
Baytor Hbuse will be open longer begfaudng immediately. 

Hottrs for the hbtoric homes were from noon to 5 p.m. but 
will be extenikd to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through 
Saturds^s and from II a.m. to 5 p.m. Sumhors to 
accottanedate the greater number at vbitors who come to 
the 17th and 18th century dwellings in the sprmg and 
summer months. 



AD these homes will remain dosed on Mondays. 

Under the adminbtration of the Chryster hffaueum at 
Norfolk, the hirers House can be Ibimd at 323 Freemason 
St., Norfolk, and the WUkx^hby-Baylor House at Free- 
inason and Ctunberhmd streets, abo Norfolk. 

The Thoroughgood House b at 1636 Parbh Road, Virginia 
Beach. 



"ftoofs" 
returns to 

Beach 

"Roots" the award- 
winning televisfon series, 
based on Alex Haley's 
best-selltaig book, will be 
shown during April and May 
by the Virginia Department 
of Public Libraries. 

The show will beghi during 
National Library Week, April 
2-April 8, and the entire 
television series will be 
shown in six consecutive 
weeks in to separate 
locations. 

Film showings, lasting 
approximately one hour and 
forty-five mhiutes each 
evening, will start Tuesday, 
April 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the 
Virginia Beach Civk Center 
at 19th Street and Pacific 
Avenue. 

The same film will be 
repeated Wednesday, April 5 
Mo^^M n>p.m»..' at' lithe 
Kempsville Branch Library, 
832 Kempsville Road. Hie 
series will be presented in 
this way on a weddy basb, 
ending May 9 ux6 10. 

No fee or advance regb- 
tratioii is required to see 
"Roots." 



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Shoot straight for buyers, 
seUers, renters, finders. Use 
chusified ads in your com- 
munity newspaper to hit the 
target of potential prospects 
in your neighborhood. 



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Plaia Lions hold annual garage sale 
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Plata- 0(4den Uons Club 
will iMd it's annual garage 
sale ^ April IS at Princess 
Anne Plaza from 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m. iPmiatiofts (rf furniture, 
apjiliailees, tools, cktiifaig 
ind otiteraaleable items are 
beUig requested on the 
g^erd public. 

The proceeds ftx>m the 



garage sale wiU be used to 
help fttlfill the dub goal in 
tiie area of community 
projects. Those protjecta are 
Camp Civitan, i^igs Dau^- 
ters Hospttal, (Hd Donunkn 
Eye Bank, eye clinics. ,eye 
examinations and tiie pw- 
chase (rf eye passes and 
hearing aids las the ne^y. 
Anyone wishing -to dimate 



artldes to thb wwdiy cause 
may call Oaig Tyrrell 
340-1135. BiU WemdU 340- 
446S or Jadi Moran 
340-0649. Arrangements will 
be auule for pid[-i4> at your 
home and rece^ for artkdes 
dmated win be given. 

Hm rahi date for the 
garage sale b April 22. 



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craita taught 

The GnNtt Nndc Branch of 
die Virgbia BeaA Public 
Ubrary Sj^em will pr^ent a 
tissue piper craft class for 
ymug people ages 5 to 12 
A|Ri] 11 at 4 p.m. 

The dass has been limited 
to 15 parlMpants and 
re^st^on b requbed. 

R^t^tan begbis Mon- 
di^ «kI en be (fone only by 
go^ litto tiK Qttti. Ncdc 
ftrttnA UlM-ary. No lAone 
retehrations wiO be taken. 

There b no foe for thb 

Per ftirtlKr (btalb, call 
SfiiaMi CbriM'ew at the 
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Hayn#8 Furniture Company Host wood Memorial Park 

•SI WItchduek Road 497-89tS 
C. C. Klrkpatrick 

Wiflls Furniture at Hilltop 

1711 LMlda Road 4M-S951 
L, H. Btuna and Staff 

Prlca'8 Incorporated 

€880 Pafflbroke MaU 818-8706 
Brand Name Appllances-TV-8tereo 



,8884 Vlrgtoia Baaeh Boulevard 
PwBltnre-Baddlni-CaiiMtlng 

Bayside Motors 

4747 Short Oriva 484-4588 
Cbarlaa C. Halt, Sr. and Staff 

Kempsville Pharmacy 

S888 Prineaas Anne Road 487-8818 
Robert W. Clybum-Lyaa LHVltt 



Engineering Media, Inc. Smith Sales and Service 



808 R. Liberty Street 
Charlea Raekvorth and Staff 



Charlie's Seafood 
Restaurant 

8188 Shore Drive 481-8888 
Ibry B. Rehpela and Employaaa 



480 BatUeflald Blvd. N. 847-8989 
Elwood Smlto and Employaaa 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

188S Laaidn Road 488-0887 
Church AccoinU Welcome 



Ketlam-Eaton Insurance Co. Todd Electric Company 

8111 Paeifle Avaoae 488-9181 Htary and Moaai Todd and Staff 



Overton's Market 

1419 Potodaitor Stroat 848-MN 
Hm Ovtrtooi aad Baploytar 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4748 Vlritoto Baaeh Blvd. 497-48M 
Taylor B. Cair aad Bn^oyaM 

Furniture Slwwrooms 

m B. Uttto Craak Read 
8lil S. HOttoft Wlhvay 
Saady B^i aal Ea^ioyaaa 

Andy's Plumbing 
and Heating 

19SS Canal Drive 488-9000 
Stoto-Bigtotarad-Maw aad Old Work 

Pimser American 

Maaagamaat aad PM'aonal 

Brentwood Restaurant 
and Lounge 

1818 Gaorga Waahtogtaa mghmy 

ehaaapaaka. Va. 487-0811 

Tea aad Uada Bi9tor aad Craapa^r 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Polndaitor Street 845-7887 
Jamaa L. Harahall and Emplcqreea 

HIgglns Realty, Inc. 

8*10 bdUo River Road 480-8180 
Cecil M. Harriaoa and AaaoeUtaa 

Chesapeake Savings 
and Loan 

Tmk N. Wood sad Aaaeetotoa 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1784 S. MlUtory Highway 480-1841 
L. Belmoat Wllllama and PMnoanal 

J.D. MHee and Sons, Inc. 

I. D. Uttaa. it. aad Aaaeetotoa 

Kollam and Eaton kie. 
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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qcrk^ Office oi the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
29th day of March. 1978. 

Q^y Jdtm Ferrf ira, 

PUuntiff, 

against 

Jo Ann Bichel Ferreira, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of separation for a period of 
in excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 282 Middle Road, 
Achunet, Massachusetts. It 
is ordered that she do app- 
ear on or before the 19th of 
May, 1978, and do what may 
be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: 
John V.Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
Peter NfcBride p.q. 
P.O.Box 13336 
1121 S. Nfilitary Hghway 

Chesapeake, VA. 23325 

ft 

VBS 4/5,4/12, 4/19, 4/26 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



VIRGINIA:In the Cterk'a 
Offi«« rtf thp CiwuW Cmri of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
on the 6th da^ of March 
1978. 

In Re: Adoption of Christina 
Spengel and Anete Spengel 
and changes of names to 
Kristina Vasquez and Anete 
Vasquez 

By: Guillermo Alejandro 
Vasquez and Asja Lidecis 
Vasquez, 

Petitioners 

To: Michael F. Spengel 
1012 Ocean Drive, NAS 
C<npus Christi, Texas 
78419 



IN CHANCERY 
#C78- 



In the Qerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach. VA. on the 

29th day of March, 1978. 

Donna Phyllis Hayes, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

John R. Watkins, a/k/a 

Richard Edward Hayes, 

Deftndant. 

The object crfthis sWWfo 
obtain a divoriie a vinculo 
matrimonii fi-oin the Defend- 
ant upon the grounds of 
deseration, cruehy and/or 
separation m excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post (ffice add- 
ress being: 305 East Broad 
Street, Elizabeth Qty, 
North Carolina, 27909. It is 
ordered that he doq>pear on 
or before the 19th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 
Marc Jacobson, p.q. 
6663 Stooey Point South 
Norfolk, VA 23502 

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wder 

This day came GuiUermo 
Alejandro Vasquez and Asja 
Lidecis Vasquez, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
the object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named iniants, 
Christina Spengel and Anete 
Spengel, by Guillermo Ale- 
jandro Vasquez and Asja 
Lidecis Vasquez, husband 
and wife, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
Mkhael F. Spengel, a nat- 
ural parent of said children, 
is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post ofBce a^lress being: 
1012 Ocean Drive, NAS, 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
78419. 

It is therdore ORDERED 
that the said Michael F. 
Spengel appear on or before 
the 26th daj of April. 1978 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adq>- 
tion, or otherwise do what is 
neMssary to protect his 
interst in this mattw. 

A, eogj teste: 
, 4o^.V..Ke«tsr«ia« QeriK. . . 

,'ftFnPtt^A.rtft'en*»»W.D.<3;v:' 

Guy E. Daugherty, P.Q. 
808 Maritime Tower, 
Norfolk, Virginia 28510 

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Notice is hereby given to 
Janet H. Nemeroff, if alive, 
or any person knowing her 
whereabouts, or acting on 
her behalf, to produce to the 
arcuit Court («f Bedford 
County, Virginia, or a Judge 
therecrf in vacation, on or 
before June 15, 1978, satis- 
factory evidence of the con- 
tinuance in life of Janet H. 
Nemeroff; and if no response 
to this Notice is received by 
said date, funds now held by 
said Cour't for Janet H. 
Nemeroff will be distributed 
according to law. 

By Order of the Court. 

Pickett, Spain A Lyle, p.q. 
Attorneys at Law 
101 North Lynnhaven Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

BoiUng Lambeth, p.q. 
Harrison Building 
Bedford, Virginia 

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4/19. 4/26, 5/3. 5/10,5/17, 
5/24, 5/31 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk"^ Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty <rf 

Virginia Beach, Va., on the 

23rddayafKbrdi, 1978. 

Sidney J. Ifigbie, 

Pliiittiflf, 

against 

Patricia Mark Wgtnt, 

Defenduit, 



TIk ob^ of this suit is to 
oMain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii, or in the atter- 
nittive a divcrce a mensa et 
thorotobe later merged into 
a divorce a vinculo matri- 
mom from the said defen- 
dutt, upon the grounds of 
adultery or desertioo. 

And an affidavit having 
bc4m BMde «Bd flkd that tlM 
defea^mt is a i»»Hresi(knt 
oTthe State (tf Virginia, the 
last kiMwn pott office «U- 
ress being: c/o Rkdurd 
Stuket, 7240 West 107, Lot 
106, C3UOIWO, nUnois it is 
ordered that she ^ qqxar 
OB or befcre the 15th of htey . 
I9n, ad do what may be 
Moesiary to {voted her 
teereit in tUs siA. 

A eo|9-teste: Jota V. Fen- 

tr^ 

Wyi I^ti A. K^aehan, De- 

Iterk H. Mm p.q. 

Mriok. VA 23510 

vm %/», 4^5, 4/li 4/19 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office oi the 

Circuit Court of the Qty dl 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

14th day of March, 1978. 

Cynthia Marie Paul Nfinnig, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Darryl Brad Mnnig, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtam a divcrce a vinculo 
matrimonii froip the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation, 
grounds 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
cS the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: 407 N. Con- 
cord Street, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania, 176(3 it is 
or^red that he doaiqxar on 
or before the 4th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pattie A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Oerk. 

James A. Roy p.q. - 
Greenbrier Law Bldg. 
116 Costal Way. 
P.aBoo[1523 
Chesi^wake, VA 23220 



The object of this suit fa to 
obtain a divorce a vincujo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation and 
aput. 

And an affidavit havii« 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress betag:SS# 227-78-4405, 
3S.A.BN3. l/55S.P..Fort 
KnoK, Kentucky 40121 it is 
ordered that he do appear on 
or before the 5th <rf May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect hfa 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
DUtv. Clerk. 
Janet B. Burt p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
P.O.BOX 625 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virgida Beach, VA, on the 
9th day of March, 1978. 

Phyllis BeU Spinti, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Todd Scott Spinti, 

Defendant. ■ 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a div<Hrce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of (me-year sqiaration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffled that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the SUte of Virginia, the 
last known port office ad- 
dress being: P. 0. Box 276, 
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 
; 81601 it is ordered that he do 
appear on dr belore the Irt 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interart in tUa suit. 

A e(V7-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Wade P. Bettis. Jr. p.q. 
8707 Virginia Beadi Bvd. 
Vhrginia Beaeh. Va. 28462 



ORDIROIIHJBIICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of the 

Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

23rd day of March, 1978. 

Betty Border Lanham, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jeffi-ey Wayne Lanham, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year (1) year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State ot Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 66 North 2Sth 
Street, Newark, Ohio. It U 
ordered that he do appear on 
or before the 15th cS May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By:Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

David D. Dickerson, p.q. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Qerk's Offioe of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
9th day of March, 1978. 

Vfaf^inia Lainante, 

Plaintiff, 

againrt 

Jdm A. LaPlante, 

Defendant. 



The ob^ ol this rait is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
mftj inwmii fmm the said 
defoliant, upon tiie grounds 
of living separate and a^ut 
for more than tme year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made uid filed that the 
defendant ia a nmi-resideBt 
of ^e State oi Virginia, the 
lart known port office ad- 
dress bdng: 877 Argyle 
Road, Brooklyn, New York, 
11218 it fe ordwed thrt he do 
qypear <mi <^ beftMre the Irt 
of Mi^, 1978, and do what 
may be Mceaaary to intrteet 
his bitnert in tills sdt. 



(HU>ERED tiMtt the said 
Rafeel Kfadero tppeu in this 
Court on or before May 8, 
1978, and indicate his atti- 
twte toward the proposed 
adoption or otherwise do 
what is necessvy to protect 
hu interest herein. 



It U farther ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion of 
this order be published once 
a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach 
Sun, a newspaper having 
general rirculation in the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 



I ask for this: 

Robert H. Bennett 

P.O. BoK 822 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

A Copy Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Qerk 
By Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 

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VBS-3/22, 3/29. 4/5. 4/12 A eopy-Terte: John V. Fen- 



LEGAL NOTICE 

JANET R NEMEROFF 

PRESUMPTION OF 

DEATH 

Pursuam to Sec. 64. !• 
1 10, Ooife of Virginia. Notice 
is hereby given that tte 
QiaM Court of B^Uord 
Cbu^y, Virginia las ded- 
(fed thrt Janet R Nemeroff 
is i^esuBMd deceased diM to 
her al»ew« from her |4ace 
of tmideBee rt ^gfc^ 
^ginia, fer mmt 
seven (?) years; her 
adifcess, reskfenx, or 
n^l^AdMs being Vh 



By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
D^uty Clmk. 

^oart R. Gordon p.qr 
Suite 806 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk. VA 28610 

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ORDER CF PUBLICATION 

In tl»perk^ Office of tl» 

Qr<^t-Court cf the CUy of 

Virgil Beach. Va.. on ihe 

ISth day of March. 1978. 

Samlra Arth PhiU^, 

Plaintiff 

agafaist 

Albert John PhilUps, 

Defendant. 



Virginia: In the Qerk's Off- 
ice (rf the Circuit Court of 
the Qty ol Virginia Beach, 
on the 17th day <rf March, 
1978 

IN RE: Adoption of Kimber- 
ly Ann Madero. an infent 
under the age of 14 years to 
be known as Kimberly Ann 
Davies. by Sheila Darlene 
Davies and Karl Dee Davies 



IN CHANCERY 
NO. C78-383 



CHU>ER OT PUBLICATI(»i 



Hie object of thfa pro- 
ceeding is to effectuate the 
adoption of the above named 
infeint by Sheila Darlene 
Davies ai^ Karl Dee Davfes 
and the chmge of name ci 
the said infent to Kimberly 
Ann Davies. 



An affikiavit having been 
made ami filed by Sheila 
Ikrlene Davfes. settii^ for- 
th that slw is th« petitioner, 
along with her husband, 
Karl Dee Itevfes in the 
above styfed cause, the ob- 
ject of whUi fa to effe^uate 
the adoption of Kimberly 
Ann Muiero by Sheila Dai- 
fene Etevfas and Karl Dee 
I^ws, ud to duuge the 
name ol sakl infent to Kim- 
berly Ann Davies; ai^ that 
the nttivri ittber of sakl 
cMld, Rafetf Miteo. fa not 
a resident of tbe State of 
Virginia, and thrt Us last 
kiKmn post otfee vldrHs fa 
23 Mgh Street, LivernMjre 
Fab, Maine, nan tterefore. 
Itfa 



TheObJeeteftUasoitfete 
oMain a dtvoree a vfaenlo 
matrfaamiii from the said 
(feftnodant, tqwn the groondi 
of one year a^araftton. 

And an affidavit bavit^been 
made and filed that the 
defendant fa a non-rerident. 
of the SUte of Virgiaia, tiie 
Urt Imown port olfiee ad- 
dress being: Route 1. Box 
116-B. Eutawvffle. Bntii 
Caroltau 29048 il fa ordered 
thrt he do appear on or 
before th27a«tf^rll. 1978. 
and do whrt nuy be neeee- 
sary to protect Us interert 
in thfa suit. 

A o(97-Terte: Jdm V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keniwhan. 
Deputy Cleric. 

'Hionias H. Cave 

2224 No. Grert Neck Bead 

Virginia Beach. VA 28461 

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The object of thfa suit fa to 
obtain a divorce a vincnlo 
mrtriniflidi from the said 
(fefemfent upon the gromids 
ofdeieriion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fOed that the 
detiendaitt fa a non-residem 
of the State of Virginia* the 
last taiown post office add- 
ress tieing: 2207 Wild 
Flower Ume. Nashville. 
Tenneisec it fa ordered thrt 
he do tfptta on or befipre 
the 9th ofMiy. 1978, and do 
wlmt may be Mcessary to 
fvotect hfa faiterest fai thfa 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: IHitti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty. Qerk 

fhnothy W. Findiem p.q. 
suite ill, leu Newtown 
Road 
Virgfofai Beach. VA 23462 

VBS-3/22,3/29,4/5,4/12 I "k for thfa: 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of the 

Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach. VA, on the 

23rd day of March. 1978. 

Radeen Sprague HoUoway. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William David HoUoway, 

Defendant. 



The object of thfa suit fa to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of oie year sepArrtion. 

And an affedavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
(rfthe State (rf Virginia, the 
last known ixxt office add 
resa beiJQE: 

uqitoo S|lrec^, , . 

ampton, Massachusetts 
It fa ordered that he do 
appear on or before the ISth 
of May, 1978, and do whrt 
may be necessary to protect 
hfa interest in thu suit. 



ORDER 

VIRGINL\: In the Qerk's 
Offioe citht Qrcuit Conrt of 
the Qty of ^ginia Beach on 
the 20th day of March, 1978. 
Charles R Spelts. 
Complainant 

V. 

I>anice C. Spelts, 
Defendant. 

In Chancery 
-Na C-76-1156 

NOTICE 

TaDaniceC Spelts 
Colony Trailer Park 
Virghua Beach. Virginia 



A copy-teste:John A. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 
WilUam R. O^knp-q* 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virgima Beach. VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATI(»I 

In the Qerk's Office <rf the 
Qrcvut Court erf the Qty <rf 
Virginia Beach. VA. on the 
16th day of Kterch, 1978. 
Dorfa Dawn Lane. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Maywood Gene Lane, 

Etefewfent. 



The object of thfa suit fa to 
(Attain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defisndant, upon the grounds 
(rf flMjre than one year sep- 
urrtion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thrt the 
defiendant fa a non-resident 
(rf the Strte (rf Virgima, the 
last known post dS«x add- 
ress bdng: 1811 Dunn 
Street. 

Colua^na, South On ohu it 
is orcfered thrt he do aiqiear 
on or before the 8th of May, 
1978, and do whrt may be 
Moessvy to ptaect hfa 
mteiest in thfa suit. 



Notice fa hereby given 
that depositions wfil be 
taken in the above styled 
chancery cause presently 
pending in the Circuit Court 
of the city (rf Virginfai Beach. 
Virginfai. before R. Stanley 
Htt^ins, commfasioner in 
......... w ch«afiexy.JrtW»J«»^>ffl«rt 

i^nni 1 oagi-iaAilObfWrstomAiM ffrt M il 

^ti»-. ..„ ,.->>««* luiidtati ^ifligwibiyirv 

ginia, the 14tbday c[f AgrlU 
1978. rt 2:30 P.M. Said 
depositions will be tdcen t« 
be read as evidence in the 
heretofore referred to dian- 
oery cause wherefai Charlea 
R Spelts fa complainant and 
Danice C Spelts fa defNid- 
ant. 

You are Anther notified 
thrt tf the taking of the 
aforesaid depositioas be not 
conunemed, or if conunen- 
ced but not conduded. rt the 
tfane and plaoe herein 
strted. the taking of same 
shall be contfaiued by the 
commfasioner in chaiMery to 
such time and place as may 
then and there be drter- 
mined whithout fiirther no- 
tice to any party. 

And an affiiiavit having 
been made and ffled thrt tte 
(fefendant hu moved her 
resident since oommenoe- 
ment of thfa suit and has 
foiled to advfae the Qerk of 
thfa Court of her intended 
ibture residence; thrt due 
diligence bu been used by 
and on behalf of the oom- 
plafaiant to locrte the de- 
fendant, but withont iuo> 
cess; thrt the defendant^ 
present post offioe address 
fa onknown; and thrt the 
defendart'k last known pest 
oCHce address was Cotony 
Trailer Park, l^ginfai 
Beaidi. Virginia, it fa acoor- 
dii«ly ORDERED thrt thfa 
Notice be pnWshed once a 
week for two tnoonske 
weeks in the ^gini* Beidi 
Sun, a newspaper havta« a 
generrt ckcakiim in the 
Qty of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ghiia. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Prtti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Qerk. 
Robert Epstein p.q. 
Sifte 318. Holiday Im Scope 
Norfolk. VA 23510 

VBS 3/22.3/29,4/5,4/12 



ORDER OF PUKJCATION 
In tiM aerk*! Offiee of the 
Cfaenit Govt <rf tiie Oty ol 
Virgfada Bmik, VA. (m te 
m^MUtKh 1978. 

D<»iijMn&rt. 

PlaintUr, 

a^rt 

Jutv Aftert Hart, 

D^Mdant. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress. Qerk 

By Prtti A. %temhm, D.C 
RiuseU R. Staft»4 P-q- 
319 hmttif Oicie East 
BuUdii4 
Norfa0c.rirgiida23S02 

VBS 2t 3/29 4/5 



It ^^aring thrt a re- 
port of the accounts (rf 
Vhrginia Nrtional Bank, 
Executor of the estrte of 
MARGARET N. FENNER, 
deceased, and (rf the debts 
and" demands agaiiut her 
estrte has been fifed in the 
Qerk"* Office, and thrt six 
months has eUipsed since the 
qiulUlcrtion, on motion of 
the Executor. 

rr IS C»DERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
fatterested in, the estrte do 
show cawe, if any they can, 
tt 9:15 A.M. on the 27th of 
AprU, 1978, before thfa 
Court rt its (xnittocBi 
agrtnst the payment and 
delivery of the estrte to the 
legrtees without requirtag 
reftinding bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER 
ORDERED thrt the fore- 
going portion of tUs order 
be |»Ufahedonoea week for 
two soooessive weeks in tlw 
Vfaginia Beach Sun, a news- 
p^wr publfaiied in the Qty 
of Virginia Beadi, Virginfa. 



Fen- 



CKDEK OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk% Office of the 

Qrcuit Ooort of the Qty (rf 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

15th day of Much, 1978. 

Prtrida Elizabeth Switxer 

Stukz, 

PlataitUr, 

iKdc RmdaU Stuhz. Jr., 

Defendant. 



The object of thfa suit fa to 
obtain a divorce a vincuto 
mrtrfanonii from the said 
defendant, iqwn the grounds 
of one year leparrtion puru 
ant to section 20-91(9)(a) 

Codeof^^ginfai. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thrt the 
(fefendant fa a non-resident 
of the Strte of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress behig: 1150 S.E. Bay- 
wood Drive, Palm Bay, Flo- 
rida 3290S it fa ordered thrt 
he do appett on or before 
the 5th of May. 1978, ai^ do 
whrt may be necessary to 



A copy-teste:John V. 

tress, Qerk 

By:Prtti A. Keenehan, De 

puty Qerk. 

Wilfiam E. Burgess, Esquire 

537 Southside Road 

Virginia Beach, Virgfaiia 

23451 



LEGAL NOTICE 



Take notice thrt on April 14, 
1978, at 10:00 A.M. rt the 
premfaes of Tidewrter 
AMC/Jeep/Hooda, 3152 
Virginia Beach Boufevard, 
Virgima Beach, Virgiitia, 
23452, the undersigned wifi 
seD at public auction, ftar 
cash, reserving unto itself 
the right to bid, the fbllow- 
ing motor vehicte: 



Description 1978 Jeep 
Serfad ff 
J8F3AA020513 

TIDEWATER AMC/JEEP 
/HONDA "■ 



iiji' 



a »pf*? f-.pr.y, 



A copy-terte: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Prtti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Qerk 

Tfaiuithy W. Finchem p.q. 
Suite 311. 160 Newtown 
Road 
Virgfaiia Beach. Va. 234«2 

VBS 3/22,3/29,4/5,4/12 



ORDER OP PUBLICATION 
In the Qerk** Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virgfada Beadi. VA. on the 
10th day of March, 1978. 

^to Clark Kflrador, 

Pfadnttff. 

against 

DebbK Ann Mfaa(k)r, 

Defendant. 

The dbjed of thfa suit fa to 
obtain a divcrce a vinculo 
mrtrfanonii from the said 



Virgfaiia: In the QerkS^OflP' 
ice of the Qrcuit Court of 
the Qty of Vfaguua Beich, 
on the ISth day of March, 
1978. ' 

In re: Aikption of Infontr 
Boy, David Allen Ragers^ 
Jr., to be nanKd David 
Aflen Owens 

By: R<q>ert Gene Owens and 
Anne Hm^ke Owens, 
Prtitioners ^ 

TO: David AUen Rogers, Sr;> 
c/o Atexander D. Rogers 
3449 Norway Avenue 
Roanoke, Vfagima ^ 



In Chancery 
#078-371 



ORDER '' 

Thfa day came Rupert^ 
Gene Owens and Anne Ihm-., 
eke Owens, Petitioners, anc^ 



n!TTJ^J«Jnd. represemed that the object 
defcndMit, upon the gronnds rfthi«or«««fln.kt««4^ 



CHIDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Qeit^ OfllGe of the 

Qroifa Oowt of tte Qty of 

Vfrgfada Beadi, VA, on the 

13th diqr of March. 19». 

J^ Old (G^een) Piwfter, 

Pfadntiff, 

^itet 

Aitthany ^um FiM^er, 

ixmaBmm, 



of desertion. 

And an affidavit havfav been 
nttde and ffled thrt the 
defendant fa a non-residert 
(rf the Strte of ^gtada. the 
fast known post office ad- 
dress beta«: 744 Stonehurst 
Road, South, JacksonviUe, 
Florida 3220 it fa ordered 
tint she do wpptu on or 
before Uw irt of Mqr. 1978, 
nd do KiMt may be neces- 
sary to protMt her faiterest 
fai tl^ sofa. 

A oopy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Prtti A. Keenehan. 
DeptttyCkrk. 

Wade P. Bettfa, Jr. 
3707 Vfagiria Beach Bhrd. 
Vfagfada Beach, VA 

VBS-3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/5 



(^DER 

VIRGmiA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF TiS 
OTYOFyntGDOA 
^ACH 

RS: MARGARET N. 

FBNKfiR 

Deceased 

CHAIKSRYOQURT 
PitfSRS 



of thfa proceetfing fa to effect' 
the atkvtion of the above! 
named faifont, David ADen; 
Rogers, Jr. by Rupert Gen^ 
Owens uid Anne Huneke; 
Owens, husband and wife. 

and afBdavtt havfaig been 
auute and filed thrt David 
Men Rogers, Sr., a nrtura( 
parent (rf sidd ddhl, fa a 
non-resideitt of the Qty oi 
Vfaguifa Beadi, the but 
known post offioe addresi 
beiiMi: c/o Alexanto Dt 
lUyers, 3449 Norway Ave- 
DUB, Roanoi», ^gfada. 

It fa therefore Ordered 
thrt the said David ADef 
lUfers, Sr. rtipear before 
thfa Court on or before the 
5th dv of May. 1978 and 
intficrte Us rttitwte towartf 
the i^oposed a(ioptfa», or 
otherwfae do #hrt fa Mces^ 
sary to protect Us irtereit 
in tUb oMUr. 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Oerk , 

^: ^ti A. Keeaetam D.C^ 

Robert B. aonweO, Ji. 

p-q- 

Qmr, QcntweU, Betz, Smith 
ft l^wrson 
Mtorneys rt Law 
Si*e 525 Pembroke Osk 

^gfa^ Bei^ ^ginfat 
^462 



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VntONU BEACH SUN O WEDNESDAY, APRIL S. 1911 9A 



NOnCS OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Vkiiiiia Beidi Piaiii4iit Oommiukn will hold •1>abiic 
Hearing on Tuesday. AprU 11. 1978, at 11-00 Hoon in tbe 
Council Cluuia>ers of the Adnun&tratioa ftiUUnt. Priooen 
Anae Oourthouse, Virginia Beacb» Virginia. The Mewing 
^qiiiaition will ajvear oo the agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO ?^ANNINO CXSiSIMISSION BY 
CITY OOUNaL ON JANUARY 13, 1978: 



Petition of Roger RAJ. Beverley Sawyer fbr a Change of 
Zoning District OastUlcation from AOl Ar^cukural 
District to I-l Light Industrial I^trict on certain ^tyerty 
toeated on the South side d London Bridge Road begimdng 
at a point 3(Mi feet more or less East of SUrm Oocaer Road, 
rimidng • (^ance of 1141.21 feet akiv the South side of 
London Bridge Roi^, runniai^ a distance of 1383.2S feet la a 
Soitfhwesurly dkectkn, running a distuMX of 42S.5 feet in 
a SouthMSterhr Erection, running a Stance of 779.10 feet 
in a Southwesterly direction, running ft Stance, of Vn3.% ■ 
feet along tiw Western property line, rumibtg a distuwe of 
344.24 feet in an JB»terly direction, runnkig a diitalioe of 
^.38 feet to a Southwesterly direclion. ruining a dittftnce 
of 34S.18 fut in a Southeasterly lArection and ruaaiat ft 
distanee of 1294.22 feet in a Northeaster^ ^ecttfn, Sdi 
parcel contains 87.87 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



^q)licatian of Sun Oil Company of Pennsybania fer the 
discontinuance, dosure and atNuidonmeitt^ of a portioA of 
Old Providence Road on certain property located ^ the 
Southwest intersectian (rflndian River Read ami Providence 
Rowl, running a distance of 209.12 feet in a Westerly 
IXrection,running a distance ol SO feet in a Southerly 
direction, running arouiKl a curve^ in ft SouthMsterbr 
direction ft distance of 130 feet, more of less, riti^jbai a 
distance of 1 IS feet more or less ina NortMftsterty WttdBm 
and rimnfaig around a curve in a Northwesterly direction a 
distance of 32 feet more or less. Said ptrccl oontaiia .289 
a^es marie or less. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING oMllSlilON ON 
FEBRUARY 14. 1978: ^ 



Application of Virginia Beach Robo. Inc., fer a Oonditkaal 
Use Permit for an automobile service station and car wash 
fedlities' on certain ivoperty located at the Soittheast 
hitersection a! Indian River Road and MadXnald Road, 
running a distance of 19S,66 feet along the South side of 
Indian |Uver Road, running ft distance of ISO feet i^ng the 
Easte rn property Une. running a distance of 117 feet dang 
the Southern property line, running ft distan(^ of 149.^ feet 
along the East side of MacDonald Road and running aroioid 
acurve a distance of 44.S4 feet, Said parcel contains .6 acre. 
Indian lUver Estates Area). KEMPSVILLE BCmoyOH. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

SUBDIVISICW VARIANCE: 



Virginia Beacii Pubiic Notices 



^\ 



Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Dedsions of Administra- 
tive Officers in regard to certain elements of the Subdivision 
Ordinance. Subdivision far ^W jj^J^Jgjgl^^l^r 



located on the West side off Ouurity 

North of Nawney Greek Rioad. PlaU wtth more deu 

iaiSormation are available in the Department of Plamdng. 

S. 

SidKlivbion Variance: Apjpcal from Decisions of Admlnisti'a* 
tive CMBcers in regard to certain elemeitts of the Sub#risian 
Ordiunee, Subdivision far the Estate of W. W.'Ottvcr. 
Property loddied at the Soittheast intersectioB of ^hart 
Road and North Witcfaduck Road. Plats with more detailed 
infarnuuion are available in the DepartoKnt of Pbmning. 

CHANC^ OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICAIION: 

6. 

Petition of Lassiter and Associates. !«;.. far a Change of 
Zoning Distrk:t Classification from B-1 Business-Residential 
IMstrkt to A-1 ^wrtment District on oertafai fvoperty 
begimiing at a point ISO feet North of the fattenactioi <tf 
Level Green Boulevard and Drew Drive, rmning.a distance 
of 37S feet along tte Western property Hm, runniaf a 
distance of 86 feet along the Northern pf opeity Utt, ruar^ 
a distance of S3t.l7 feet along the Eastwo |irop^y Hne. 
running a ^teiKX of 138.89 feet along ^ Nonh side of 
Level Green Boulevard, running a distance of ISOifeet more 
or less in a Northwesterly direction and runafaig ■ i&tnce 
of 180 feet more or less in a Westerly dfriction. Ssdd parcel 
oottatais 2.S06 acres. (Level Green Area). KEMPSVIUf 
BOROUGH 

Fttition of John T. Kelly. Jr., ETALS. far ft Chuge of 
Zoo^ IfyUUi Oassification from R-S itoridential fSbtxkt 
to B-2 Commindty-Bushwss Distrtet on certain property 
Seated s^ tbe Southeast fattersection of RrinoMs Anae Road 
ited^terlUiad. naming a distttice of 206t37 feet tkm§ tit 
East s^ of PriiMxss Anne Road, ruudng ft distmica of 
1241.09 feet fdong the Southern ivoporty iiae, manii^ a 
distance of 160.38 feet in a Nortter^ dfreetion, ruimfaig a 
(fistanoe of K8 feet in a Westerly drectian, runitag a 
4lstttK« of 239.6 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running 
4 distaace of 14S.20 feet in a Northeasterly directioa. 
hmaiiv a distance of 290 feet in a Northwes^ly dfrection, 
^iHAibg a distuce ot3H.S2 feet akng the Sooth side of 
nutter Road, running a dntaaoe of 367.87 iMt in a 
Sotheasterlf (firection, rimnmg a (tistance of SSO.IO feet in a 
WNter^ Section, ronxitaii a dtotaaoe of 104.S0 fM in a 
Ndrthwestisrly dir^Atan mA ruanhig a distuoe of 76.7| feet 
akng the South sM^ of fttter Road. Sakl parcel comaim 8.68 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

•• 

l^ftktt of Chmcron A. Mn»fen, ETALS, far a Ch«^ of 
Zomi« nstrkt ChnsiMtion from AO-1 Agriotftarid 
Mtrid to B-2 CdoBmi^-BusiBRS Ustrict on Jo&tidn 
^flperty tocated on the Wwt side of Ooeoyl u i rtewtfd 
bei^rai^ at a potat 1X6 feet South of Hvptn Road, 
tautm a ^tnce of 239.9S feet aloi« the Wot Side of 
Ooeaa Boulevard, rmming a distuoe of 2QD.tf fett Mong 
<Be SsoMAnprcpmy Itoe, rumrt^ a dUuee of 2Mlfeet 
^' uMreorl^aiomtlieWeiiWBprap^ylhwMdrann^a 
dbtaace of 196.4S t^ ikmt tlM Northnrn preperty Itaw. 
^ pvoel contatas 1 acre. PRDK^S A^&IB B3A0UGH. 



3«. . 

l^kion <X CknMron A. Munden. ETALS, Idr « ChH^c Of 
a^ Distrkt Oassi&stkn from AO-l AgriOitaBtf 
DMrlct to R*8 Residetf kd I^trkt on oefMto |Mp«Qr 
Joe«^ 19645 tm Wot ofOanM Boidev^taa^^ M a 
lo^ 1400 feet more or bss Sorth of Ihfp^P-* — -^- 
a ^tttce 01733.06 fe^ idoBg the EMtttf* 

ms^ ft dhtiw c* flf 230.9 fc«^'i „ ^ ,., 

^eaion. rmaih^ x^tttOe of 2KIJl1fe^ ^ i Iflhj^^^ 
^ Aeetta« r^^ ft Atuoe of 4|VJi iMN ^i^ the 
^attva praperty fine, ranteg a <totMHe ot^Ml^l ^t 
doi« the W^wa property Ine and tmetn • (MttaaeeoJr 
ntM feet doag the Northern propaty Wm. Md pmM 
■ ) 9.7 aorM. PROCESS ANNE KmOUGH. 



10. 

Petition of Southeastern Virgiida Investors ami Quneron 
and Evelyn A. Mundea far a dumge of Zoaing Mstrict 
aassiflcatfan from AO-1 Agriodtmral Itetrfet to R-S 
Residenthd District oo certain property beginning at a point 
4230 feet Southwest of the intersectioo of Hvpers Road ami 
London MWtoe Road, rmu^ ft distance of 2M> feet moK or 

less akng this Northera property Ifaie, running a distance of 
360 feet tai a SomhMttterly direction, running a (Ustanoe of 
^ feet in an Bastard dfrectkn, rnmiing a distnoe of 9^ 
feet nere or less akng the Eastern jMropety Une, rinu^ a 
^Mnce of 3d31.2afettirieQg the Southern property Itae and 

running a dtotuee of I52S.23 feet atong the Intern 
Iffoperty Une. S^ parcel comains 1 12.80 acres more or tess. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

'I 
11. 

Petition of Southeastern Virginia Investors and Ouneron A. 
and Bve^ A. Munden far 9 OmnM of Zanfaig Mtrict 
ChMsifleation from R-3 lUskleittial iXstrkt to R*S Rcsi- 
deatlal Dbtrkt on oertafai |ffoperty beginning tt a point 3820 
fi^ aure or less Soutlwast of th/t hitersection of Harpers 
Road and London Brklge Roo^.funidng a distance of 625 
feet more or less akng the Eastern property line, running a 
distance of 790 fe«t akng the Southern property Hue, 
runniag a Astanoe of 360 feet akng tbe Western property 
Mne and rumiiag ft distftnoe of 1100> feet more or fess akng 
the Northern property Une. Said parcel contains 10.8 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE KSLCVOtL 

12. 

Petition of WiUowood Holding Corporation far a Change of 
Zoning District Oassification from A-1 Apartment District 
to A.3 Apartment District on oertainpcoperty ^^^^^ 
Southside of Ounn iUI Drive beghmiiig at a point 212.93 feet 
Bast of Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 430.94 feet 
akng the Northern property Une of whfch 149 fcetj* »>>« 
South skk of Ounn ItaU Drhre, running a dtetance rfJ*Ji^ 
akng the Eastern property Une. running a distance of H7.0Z 
feet akng the Southern property Une and runnfaig a 
distance of 230 feet akng the Western property Une. Said 
parcel oontafaa 2.5 aaes. (Ounn HUl Manor Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

13. . 

Petition of St. Stcitenson HoUness Church far a Change of 
Zonbig District Classification from M L^ht Industrial 
District to A-4 ^^tment District on certain property 
located 130 feet North of Beautiftil Street beghudng at a 
point 910 feet West of South Hrdneck Road, rua^ a 
distance of 640 feet along the Southern property Une 
running a distuoe of 590 feet more or less along the 
Western property Une. runnfaig a distance of 785 feet more 
or tess akng the Norttern jvoperty Une and runnfaig a 
distance of 440 feet more or kss along the Eastern |»-operty 
Une. Said i^cel contafais 9 acres more or tess. LYNNHA- 
VEN BOROUGH. 

14. 

PetlHon of Weldi PfleDrivfaig Corporation for a Change of 
Zaaiag Dkttki Classification from R-8 Residemial District 
to B4I CaaamuhitypENiabwss I^trlct on certafai property 
liBipftM<#^tli«iMflithnMiOfetterMetkn^iai^xtet Itoiiid and 
V^iipBlMtittiind Msaf^Oompany'^ilniifili'it r^oBif 
iMsOihMSt iniriilir less West of Aadepeotfeiaoe Boulevvd. 
riinning a distance of 354.7 feet akng the North side of 
Bftzter Road, running a dbtaace ol 419.58 feet akng the 
WOstem itfoperty Une, huaning a distance of 394.70 feet 
aki^ tte Northern jvoperty Une imd runnfaig a distance of 
500 feet akng the Eastern property Une. Said parcel 
cont«bis4acrcs more or less. ^empsviUe Meadows Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

15. 

Petition of Mure JacObson far a Change of Zonfaig ^strict 
Ctaasi&ation from I-l Ugte InhiStrlftl !Mstrict to B-2 
Oommiudlty Busfaiess District on oertab j^operty kcated at 
the Southeast corner of Newtown Road and Arrowhead 
Road, rumdag a dtetance of 160 feet more a tess akng the 
Sontth side of Arrowhead Road, runnfaig a distance of 187.95 
feet akng the Eastern ivoperty Une, raanfaig a distance of 
230 feet mere or less akng the Southern ptapttty Uiw uid 
naming a distance of 152 feet more Or less akng the East ! 
side of Newtown Road. Said parcel contains .71 icre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



lo. 

Petition of Seven B Campany far a Chaise of Zonfaig I^trict 
gassiflcation from R-8 Residential DItftrict to A-1 Apart- 
Bieitt Dbtii:t on omafai property locttod on the East side of 
EweU Read b^fau^ at a point 800 fact North of Baxter 
Road, rmmfaig a dfetanee of 581 feet akng the East side of 
EweU ifead, raaalng a distance of 750 feet akng the 
Northern property Itee, rwn^ a distance of 581 feet aloiv 
the BMtem pnyerty Ifaie and runafaig a distaace of 750feet 
ftkag the Southnn property Ifaie. Sidd parcel contafais 10 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

17. 

Petttkn of lUibert H, Braithwdte, Jr., far a Chaise of 
Zorii« Dbtrict OftssWcation from M L^ Industrie 
Distrkt to B-2 Oonm^Ay-Bmitaiess Dtetrict on certafai 
property kctted on the West side of South Bir Aiedc Road 
bei^Kfaig at a poiitt IMO feet manor Ims North of BeUs 
Road, ruMki a dtetaaoe of 1027.n feet aki« the West sfafe 
of So^i ai^^^ Roid. nmriiV a tfMmoe of 1 179.60 feet tai 
ft SattlwcMr^4Hre0ifiiym^it«4iit«iee of 15^.21 feet 
uiaNorthwesterly #reAion, mm^ a (Hstaace of 1700 feet 
tikmt the Waatera propmy Une Md mad^ a (fistanoe of 
1334 J2 feet akiwthe Sonthera propmrty Uae. Said pare I 
oaatatas«.85 acres. LYNNHAVBN BOROUGH. 

18. 

P^UoB of Fidelfay Aamkaa ftopertiu, lac., for a Chaage < 
of Zariiw IXstriet Ctasslllcatkn from R-8 RoldNitial 
Distrkt to B-2 CU Btf nunhy- BBi^^ Distriet on cmafai 
pro|)^y tootod on Oe BM side 0! IMte Road begfamfa^ 
at a poitt ISO l»«t aian or k^ Soitth of Shore Drive, 
namfaig a iMmoe of » i» iddai tht fi«t side of Ur^fai 
Road, ramiag a diMaiioe of IS»i««tag the Soethem 
property Has. namfaig a dlMaaea oT M feet alow the 
BastMra property lae aai manh« a ^dlstaaoi of 190 fett 
akag the Northern property Una. Said paro^ eoMriM M 
squnre feet. LYNNHAVBN BOROUGH. 



OONDiTIQNAL USB PERMIT: 

19, 

Api«Gatloo of OrqrdoB Banks Wafe» tad David Mkhael 
AseliR far aODaMthMl Use Pmril fts a J« tU ratal on 
OKttfntiepMy taeaMAoB the Nort^klde oTLasktai Road 
betfmihM at ajjiiht 721 feet Bast ofO^ite Drive, nmahn a 
dlMwe flTMJO Act aMig tike Motth^ UtasUa Refed. 
raaatoi • dHtaaea of 12l.ttfeet hi aWrtt^ly tfrectkn. 
ruaa^ a dbtawe of JM feet fai a NorttiW^riy iflrectai, 
a ^Mnoa of 9.31 fe^ hi « N»t h<^ we r^ 
: a dlMaBee of 1^20 fett fai a SoBihvmt- 
^ INedoi 4HA nokl • ^htaaoa drn4.« «^ in a 
SonAM^ ^Netfoi. StU parcel ooaHki .40 
LY^QIAVnil MMXKM. 



20. 

AppUcfttkn of E. V. WUUftms Oompany, Inc.. for a 
Conditional Use Permit to operate a barrow jit on certafai 
proeprty lootted on the South si<te of taidlan lUver Road 
begindip at a pouit 1259.32 feet West of KempsvUk Road. 
run#g a distance of 494.11 fact akng the South sute of 
IndOn River Road, running a distant of 297.28 feet fai a 
Southerly db^ectkn, running a distance OT 600 feet fai a 
Northwesterly du-ection, running a distan(» of 629.40 feet fai 
a Southerly direction, rumung a distance of 548.70 feet in a 
Westerly direction, runnfaig a distance of 165.30 feet hi a 
Southerly (Urection. running a distuoe of 355.10 feet fai a 
Westerly dfa'e<«ion. running a (Ustance of 470.38 feet fai a 
Southerly du'ection . runnfaig a distance of 127.21 feet fai a. 
Westerly ^eaion. runmng a distance of 470.38 feet fai a 
Southerly direction, runnfaig a distance of 127.21 feet fai a 
Westerly dfaectlon. rurfdng a distance of 480.24 feet fai a 
Northwesterly diret^ion. runnfaig a distaace of 195.92 feet in 
a Northerly directfam, runnfaig a distance of 597.60 feet fai a 
Westerly direction, runmng a distance of 1791.45 feet fai a 
Southwesterly direction, ruimfaig a dfaitaim of 2820.52 feet 
in a Southeasterly dfa-ection. running a distance of 1014.21 
feet fai a Northeasterly dfa-ection. rmmfang a distance of 
391.38 feet fai a Northwesterly dfaectkn, runnfaig a distance 
oi 1019.04 ieet fai a Northeasterly directfan. runnfaig a 
distance of 224.94 feet fai a Southeasterly direction, runnfaig 
a distance of 1874.75 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
rundng a distance of 818.41 feet fai a Northwesterly 
direction and ruimfaig a distance of 409.37 feet fai a 
Northeasterly dfa'ection. Said parcel cootafau 185.272 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
21 

AppUcation of Ralph and Judy Mooney far a Conditional Use 
Permit for horses for hfa-e and boarding on certafai fx^operty 
located 00 the West side of Seaboard Road begfai^faig at a 
point 6336 feet South of Leroy Drive, runnfaig a distance of 
51 feet more or less akng the West skfe of Seaboard kaad, 
runnfaig a distaace of K31.72 feet hi a Southwestern 
dfarection. runnfaig a distaace of 443.31 feet hi a Northwest- 
erly direction, runnfaig a dbtaace of 1634JS feet hi a 
Westerly dfrectkm, manfaig a distance of 179 JO feet hi a 
Northwesterly direction, rum^ a distance of 1343 J3 feet 
fai an Easter^ direction, runnfaig a distance of 617.41 feet fai 
a Northwesterly directkm, runnfaig a distaace orM7.96 feet 
fai a Northeasterly dfa'ection, runidng a distance of 1158.96 
feet bi a Southeasterly dfa'ection, running a distance of 
1080.15 feet in a Northeasterly directfan, rumdng a distaace 
of 718.97 feet fai a Southeasterly directioa aad runnfaig a 
distance of 1420.12 feet fai a Northeasterly direction. Safal 
parcel contafais 59.3 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

22. 

AppUcation of Exxon Oorporatkm far a Conditional Use 
Permit for an automobUe service station on certafai property 
located at the Northwest hitersection of HoUand Road sud 
South PUua TraU, runidng a distance of 185 feet alung the 
North side of HoUand Road, runmng a distance of 228.7Tfeet 
along the Western property Une, running a distance of 185 
feet along the Northern property Uiu, and runnfaig a 
dUtanoe of 228.77 feet along the West side of South Ptaza 
Trafl. Said parOel contafais .97 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUCSf. 



Relocated begfauifa^ at a point 650.79 feet East of Brifar 
Drive, running a distance of 280 feet more or tess akng the 
North side of Providence Road Relocated, runnfaig a 
distance of Ml .51 feet along the Northern i^operty Une and 
running a distance of 709.88 feet along the Western i^tyerty 
Une. Ssid parcel comafais 5.25 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 



30. 

AppUcation of Trustees. ThaUa United Methodist Church far 
a Conditional Use Permit far a church on certafai property 
located at the Southwest caner of Virginfak Beadi 
Boukvard and Fb* Avenue, runnfaig a distance of 641 feet 
along the ^outh side of Virgfaifai Beadi Boukvard,runnfaig a 

distance of 2M feet more or less along the Western property 
Une, runafaig a distance of 510 feet along the Souttern 
ivoperty Une and runnfaig a distance of 204 feet along the 
West side of Ffa Avenue. Said parcel contafaa 3 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

31. 

AppUcation of Arthur J. and Margaret H. Newton. Jr., far 
the disoontfaiuance, cksure and abandonment of a portion of 
Ash Avenue begfamtaig at a pofait 273 feet North of Booaey 
Road and runidng fai a Norther^ direction a distuice of 315 
feet to the Southern boundary of the Southern RaUwi^ 
right-of-way. SM street is 60 feet fai width mi coautat .43 
aae. Pfatts with more detailed information are avaUaMe ia 
the Depwtment of Plannfaig. KEMTOVILLE BCXROUOH. 

32. 

AniUcation of Pfast Ooioofaa Qvic League. IncorporiUed far 
the disGontfaiuaace, cksure and abandoment of a portion of 
Lfaidstey Mve begfauUng on the North side of WoUkaare 
Road aad runnfaig fai a Northerly direction to the Southern 
boundary Une of kt 4 as shown on the pfau emitted 
rSubdhrisiaa of Property of Veraon B. aad Margaret I. 
Mooro* dated Aagnst 4, 1977, aad recorded fai Deed Book 
1641, PUfB 749 hi the OIBoe of the Oerk of Circuit COurt. 
Ptats wkh amrc detailed iafermatioa are avaflabte fai the 
I. LYNNHAVBN BOROUGH. 



AMENDMENTS: 

33. 

Motkm of the Phmnfaig Ooramissfam of the City of Vfagbiia 
Beach to amend aad reordaia Artfade 4. Section 401(c). of the 
Oonqireheniivo Zonfaig Ordfaiance pertainfaig to mobUe 
homes. More detaUed faifarmation is avaUabte fai the 
Department of Phumfa^. 

34. 

Motion of the Ptannfaig Commfaision of the Qty of Vfagfaiia 
Beach to amend and reordafai Section 4.1(m) of the 
Subdivision Ordfaianoe relatfaig to street right-of-way ^ 
widths. More detidlMt fa^mation is avaUabte fai the 
Department of PUmnfaig. 

35. 

Motkm of the PUmnfaig Commission of the Qty of Vfagtada 
Beadi toamend ud reordaia Af tide 10. Section 1001. of the 
QmpNhmrt««*anihg^teihoe pertafaifaig to use regular 
tions far sdioois. More detaUed faifarmation is avaUabte fai 
the Department of Plannfaig. 



Aiv&atknof Stanwood Dickman far a Conditional Use 

Permit for an automobUe service station on oertafai property 

located at the Southeast buersection of HoUand Road and 

Keener Lane. runnfa« a distance <rf22S feet akng the South 

sfate of HoUand Road, runnfaig a distance of 145 feet fai a 

Southwesterly dfaectlon. running a distance of 1523 feet fai a 

Soutlwasterly dfa-ectkn. rumdng a distance of 122 feet fai a AU faiterested persons are faivited to attend. 

Southwesterly diredlon, running a distance of 450.7 feet 

aong the Southern prqierty Une and running a distance of 

245 feet along the East side of Keener Lane. Said parcel 

contafau 1.8 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUtm 



Ptets with more detaUed faiformation on the above 
appUcations ire avaUabte fai the Department of PUmnfaig. 



Rdiert J. Scott 
Dfaector of numfaig 



24. 

Apidicationof John Davul far a Conditional Use Permit far 
bjqrcte. raft, umbreUa and beadi dufa' rentals on certain 
property located on the East side of Atbmtk Avenw, 100 
feet South oi 18th Street on property of Doiphfai Atwater 
Hotel. Said parcel contidns 7500 square feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

25 

^qriication of Vfagfaua Beach Gsmparounds. Inc.(KOA). for 
a Conditional UseJPermit for a 12-foot by 5-foot sign on. 
certafai property located on the West side of South ttrdneck 
Road begfamfaig at a point 531.61 feet North of BeUs Road, 
rumung a distance of 152 feet more or tess akng the West 
skte of Soitth Bfadnedc Roed. runnfaig a distance of 755.57 
feet along the Northern fvoperty Une, running a distamx of 
1£Z.90 feet akng tlw Western |»roperty Une and running a 
4btanoe of 723.95 feet along the Southern property Une. 
Safal parcel contafais 2.577 acres. LYNNHAVBN BOHL- 
OUGH. 

26 

Anrtication of Wekdi PUe Drivfaig OorporatkSn for a 
Oondfakmal Use Permit far a bidk storage and bulUfaig 
comractor'S yard on certafai |»'operty located at the 
Northeast faitersectfam of Baxter Ro^ and Vfrgfada Electrk 
and Power Company Power Une begimiing at a poiitt 1350 
feet more or tess West of Independence Boutevard, runnfaig 
a distance of 354.7 feet along the North sMe of Baxter Road, 
running a distmce of 483.58 feet akogthe Western property 
Une. nmnfaig a dtetance of 394.70 tet akng the Northern 
ivoperty Une and ruimfaig a <Ustaaoe of 500 feet aloot the 
Etftem |»operty Une. Sakl parcel contafais 4 ao-es more or 
tess. (KempsvUte Meadows Area). KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

27 

ApfActtkn of Robert H. araithwalte. Jr., far a Qondhknal 
Use P«rmfa for a gdf course, drivfaig range, mfadature golf 
cmvse nd reereatknal l^ttov on certafai property kcated 
on the West skte of Soitth Bfr^wck Road begfai^ at a pofait 
1300 fiwt more or tess North of BeOs Road, r^nta^ a 
Atttwe of 1027.83 feet akng the West skte of South 
Krifaiedc Road, rum^ a dtetance of 1179.60 feet fai a 
Sotthwesterly dfaectkn, ruu^ a distttoe of 1530.21 feet 
fai a Northwesterly direakobmnfa^ a Stance of 1700 feM 
tla^ the Western prop«ty Uiw aad rusab^ a ^tetnce of 
1334.52 feet akng the Soitthera prq;mty Ibie. Said parcel 
contafais 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
28. 

ApfiBtaAkxi of PruKMs Anne Corp., T/A Prfaicess Anae 
Memortal Park, Koc.. for a comttknal Use Permft to qiertte 
a cemetery, mausdena, oolnaditt'lnn, chiMiiel, attai^itetra- 
tive oflkn and eq^^aMm audittamace and stor^e on 
oertaia ]»operty keaM on tbe l«t sidte of North Qreat 
NMfc Road b^faifaig at^»^Otat 950 feet more or Im North of 
Ii^mnrkw Road, rv^^a itotMioe of 912 feet tkx^ the 
Ettt ikk of North GtMt H^tk lUmd, nratag ft ^tnoe of 
14^ fe^ idoog the !«krthttn prcyerty Itas, mntaii a 
distance of m<30 tmtima§ the Bnitera property Ifaw ud 
mub^ a (Ustamx of lfC7 feet ideag the Sotthmi pnpmy 
Mae. Sakl parcel ooniate 31 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUOL 
». 

^^eatke of Tte Ooi^egSKkn of Hc^e Lttheraa C^vA 
for a Oomttknal Ihe ftrmfa for a ^m'di on certi^ 
property kcuedon the North skte of Provkieace Road 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Cterkli OfDce of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Vfa-gfaifai Beadi. VA, on the 

16th day of March, 1978. 

Marfan SpfaieUi Moore 

Uanos, 

PUdntUr, 

agafattt 

Osrlos 0. LUuMS, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit te to 
obtafai a divorce a vlncuto 
matrfanontt from the sidd 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

Ami an affidavh havfaig 
been made and fited that due 
dUigence has been wed 1^ 
and on behalf of the idafaitiff 
to ascertain fai what county 
or dty the defendant is, 
whhout effect ft is ordered 
that he do wpptu on or 
before the 8th of Msy. 1978. 
and do what aiay be . 
necessary to protect hk 
fatterest fai this suit. 



ORDER 

The object of thte suit is to 
secive the adofttion tit 
James WiUfaun Ross. HI , 
. and Tera Jean Ross, faifonts 
by Janws WUUam Ross. Jr., 
and Autfrey Bernadfaie 
Hvris Ross, his wife. Pet- 
tkners pri^ that a final 
order of adcvtion be entered 
fai the above styted adoptkn 
alkwfaig the atkptkn; that 
the mother of sakl chUdren, 
Cudtfn Laverae Ross, re- 
sktes at 2749 26th Avenue, 
Apartment C, OaUand, Qd- 
ifornfau and her consent 
^qiears to be unobtafaiaMe 
and 



IT IS THEREFORE ORD- 
ERED that the sakl Quroiyn 
Laveriw Ross do appear 
belbre this Court on or 
before May 12, 1978 sub- 
sequem to due publteation of 
thb order and do what te 
necessary to protMt her 
fatterest fai this prooeedii^; 
and 



A oqiy-testB: John V. Fen- 

trMS 

By: PatU A. Keefyehan, De- 

pitty Oerk. 

y\^l^ L.Cbdiran 

Sake 201. 

Kovsvflte naa OIBce 

ndg. 

Vfrflak Beach, VA.23462 

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IT IS FURTHER ORD- 
ERED thtt this order be 
pUbUshed once a week far 
four successhre weeks fai the 
Vfagima Beadi Sra, a news- 
paper havfa^ geaerd cfr- 
odttioa fai the ^y of ^- 
gfada Beach. Vfagfada. 



Virgfada: hi the Cheek 
Ooart Clerks Offlce of the 
Cky of V^to BMGh on 
thte 22 day of Mtfdi, 1978. 
Re^ Adoptkn of Jaami WH- 
fan Itan, n nd Tna Jen 
ltaBa,tafiHC8 

By: S^m ^Ham Rou, 
Jr., nd Mi^ey 
Hirrls Ross, m wife 



A 0019 t^e: Jota V. Fefr 
trMs. Oerk 

By: Pi^A. K^nehu, De- 
puty ORk. 
Atexnder P. Smith. 
oenMl. 

Smith and Oweas, 
1412 MtfUae Tower. 
Nvfok, Vir^ria. 23510 

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Virginia BmcIi Public Notices cont'd 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qerk's (XRct of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on the 

28th day of March, 1978. 

Juana Roma^ Rios, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Qsvddo Antonio Rios, 

defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upcm the grounds 
of erne year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known address being: 
New York Qty, New York it 
is ordered that he do appear 
en or before the 18th (tf May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
J. Brian Donnelly p.q. 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA 23431 



In the Qerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court (rf the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

29th^ day of March, 1978. 

Deborah Lucretia Bowden 

Sawyer, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Joe Edward Sawyer, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of living separate and apart 
for more than coe (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been nmde and filed that the 
defendant due diligence hai 
been used by and on behalf 
of the plaintiff toascertain in 
what county or city the 
defendant is, without effect. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 19th 
(rf May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keehenah,, De- 
puty Qerk. 

Virginia L. Cochran p.q. 
Suite 201, Kempsvple Plaza 

Office Bldg. 

404 South Parliament Drive, 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



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LEGAL NOnCE 



am 



automobile 



Take notice that on April 12, 1978 at IOK» 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, Virginia Beach, V rginia, 
undersigned will sell at public auction, for casl 
unto itself the right to bid, the foUowing ^ 

1974 Dodge 

serial #B11AB4X1 12470 

CYCLE WORLD ' 



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the 

reserving 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Gerk's OfRoe of the 

Grcuit Court dl the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, oo the 

23rd day of March, 1978. 

Carole Mappus White, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lamar Ewing White, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the laid 
defendant, upon the griounds 
of one year's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 



last known post office add- 
ress b^int: 222 Forest MO 
Drive. Aslievflle, North 
Otf oHoa Zmn k is ordered 
that Jte do JHvear on or 
before the 15th of Miy, 
1978, and do whit najr be 
neoeisary to protect hit 
interest hi this snit. 

A copy-teite: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

Robert H. Bennett p.q. 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VA 23431 

VBS 3/29, 4/5. 4/12, 4/19 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 

The regular meeting ct the Cbundl of the Qty of Rginia 
Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administratian Building, Qty Hall, friiKess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday ^rU 17, 1978, at IHW 
P.M., at whkh time the following applications will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

BAYSIDfi BOROUGH: 

1. 

Petition of Bernice J. Heuser for a Change of Zooiiv District 
Qassificatian from R-3 Residential District to R-4 Residen- 
tial District on certain property located at the Northwest 
intersection of Jack Frost Road and Lake Shore Road, 
running a distance of 167.40 feet along the Wat sick of Jadt 
Frost Road, running a dbtanoe of 176.85 bet akng the 
Northern property Uim, running a (Ustance of 200 feet along 
the Western property line and running i distance of 110.77 
feet along the North skle of Lake Shares Road. SakI parcel 
contains .7 acre. BAYSIDE BCMIOUOH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROU<«: 

2. 

Petition of N&hael W. MoQiuUis for a Chai«e of Zontaii 
District Oassiflcttion from R-7 Residential Dbtrlct to R4 
Residential EKstrict oo certam {» operty lootted on the North 
side of Terrace Avenue beginning itt'apoiitt 3IS fe^ Wat of 
Mediterranean Avenue, runnii4 a distance of 105 fleet idoni 
the North side of Terrace Avenue, rumfaig a distance of 100 
feet more or less along the Western property line, mmdng a 
distwiw d 120.35 feet along the Northern ^opett ylfaieia|^ 
rusmiag a distance of 100 feet akx« the EMton propnty 
Une. Said parcel oootahu .25 Mre. VIRCXNIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



3. 

Petitkn at ^ff gtnia Beadi Holding oorporatioa far a (teng e 

(tf Zoiung Ostrict Ottsificttion from R-6 ResUentid 

Itetrict to A-3 Aptftnwnt X^trkt oo certain propnty 

tolled on tte East side of ttrdneck Road beginniiv at a 

pate 100 feet South of Fkminf Drive, runnii« a tUstaace of 

IMJ feet ah»g the Bast tUe of HrttaedE Road, niurini 

Atwce of 1% flMt ta an Ewter^ ^eetkn. rwn^ 

mtmee of 143.8 feet in a Somher^r (Urection. rn^^ 

(tetMK of 147 feet in Ml EMter^ dbe^ian, nmim 

^nmm of 99.4 feet in a Nortter^ ^tctka, nmim 

^tfmsx of 85.9 feet fai an BMtcr^ mtska, nwd^ 

^MM of ».l ^t in a Itortherty ^aeiko. raaiai 

diiti^ rf 34.^ feet in a Westerftr direcikn. nn^ 

fw dT 40 iMt Bi a ftertherfy <to^tion. nnrtv 

me^mimmt Wwterftr *r«tiaB, rasiinf a 

i^tet taaIteAer^*e€tlaeaadrHiifa«a 

iij. J7 ^ « a Westerftr AwcikiL &id par«d is 

q s^e Mil mmmm IM acrw. LYNNHAVEN 



Petition of Irene P. Richardson, Executrix of the Estate of 
Mary Virginia Pa^tt, for a Quu^ of Zoning District 
OassificiKion from R-6 Resideittial District to &-2 Comm- 
unity-Business IMstrict on oertafai ixoperty located at the 
Northeast corner of ad VirginiaBei^ Road and ffirdaedc 
Road, runniiv a distaiu:e otilO feet more or less along the 
North side of ad Virginia Beadi Road, rwming a distance 
of 103.5 feet along the Eastern i^operty line, runnfaii a 
distuice of 181.25 feet along the Northern property Ihw and 
riuuiinf a distuice of 61.5 feet aloog tlw East side at 
Birdneck Road. Said iwrcel cootatas .30 a^e more or less. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

OONDmONAL USE PERMTT: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

5. 

Apidication of Sav-A-Ton, Inc., a QeorgU Corporatioo, flor a 
Cooditiooal Use Permit for an automobife servtee station on 
certain property located on the North side of Hoilaod Road 
beginning at a point 210 feet more or fess East of 
Washingtoo Avenue, running a distance of 181 .98 feet ah»g 
the North side of Hoihmd Road, ronidng a distance of 186.77 
feet along the Eastern property Une, runnhig a distance of 
267.88 feet along the Nortlwrn property line and running a 
distance (rf2!4.05 feet akng the Western property Une. Said 
parcel contains 1 .026 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



AK>Ucation of Harry E. and Barbara P. Thorns for a 
Onditknal Use Permit for a ridfaif aodemy, and horses for 
hire and boardhig oo certain property located on the North 
skie of Landstown Road begfaudng at a point 821.04 feet 
East of Salem Road runnfaig a distance of 293.78 fleet akng 
the North skk of Lanstown Hoad, running a distance of 
758.25 feet along the Eastern i^operty Une, running a 
distance of »9.03 feet along the Northern property Une and 
r imning a dktancc of 774.41 feet akng the Western fffoperty 
Une. Saki parcel cootafais 5, acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 



AppUcatioo of Hoyt Freeman flor a OonditionalUsePermit for 
an automobUe servke station and car wash on certafai 
property kcated at the Southwest intersection of South 
Lynnhaven Road and Bow Qeek Boukvard, runnfaig a 
distance of 200 feet tUx^ the South side of Bow Qeek 
Boukvard, running a dktance of 200 feet akng the East sUk 
&[ Otf riage iOn Road. rvmUng a distance of 200 feet akng 
the Southern property Ifaie and running a distance of 200 fleet 
along the West skk of Soitth Lynnhaven Rood. Saki parcel 
contahis .92 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



AppUcatkn of the OathoUc Diocese Of Richmond, per Star of 
the Sea, flor a Oonditiooal Use Permit for a church oo certafai 
ivoperty kxated at the Northeast bitersectioo of Pafaiter 
Lane a»l Sandhrklge Rood, running a distance of 1000 feet 
more or kss idong the North side of Sandbridge Rood, 
rumiing adistance of 505.44 feet akng the Eastern property 
line, running a (Ustance of 1004.32 feet along the Northern 
prqiierty Une and runnfaig a distance of 136.56 feet aki^ the 
East skk of ^falter Lane. Said parcel contafais 7.9 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE B(»OUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



AptXiatiaa of Carolyn R. Berner for a Oon&knal Use 
Pern^ for a home occupation (babysitttaig) on certafai 
property kcated oo the East skk of Sooth Ffa Avenue 
begfaining at apote 965 fleet South of Booney Road, runmng 
a distance of 155.02 feet akng the East skk of South Fir 
Avenue, runnfaig a distance of 293.44 fleet akng the 
Southern property Une, runnfaig a distance of 148.91 feet 
along the Eastern la-operty Une and runnfaig a (Ustance of 
303 feet akng the Northern i^operty Une. Saki parcel 
cootafais 1 acre more or kss. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

10. 

Motion of the Pknidng Gonunisskn of the Qty of ^gfaiia 
Beadi to amend and reordafai ^tide 1, Sectkn 107, of the 
Conqtrehensive Zonfaig Ordfaiance pertainfaig to amend- 
ments. More &taikd faiformatkn is avaikdik fai tlw 
Department of Pknning. 

11. 

Motkn of the Phmnfaig Commission of tte Qty of ^guua 

Beadi to amend and reordafai Artide 2. Sectkn 201, of the 

Caaqvehensive Zoofaig Ordfaumoe pertainfaig to yards. More 

detidkd faiflormatioo h avaOabk fai the Department ai 

Pfaumfaig. 

12. 

Motkn of the Pknning Oonmiissioo of the Chy of ^gfaik 
Beadi to amend and reordain Artide 2, Sectkn 220, of the 
Cooqirehenshre Zonfaig Ordfaumce pertafadng to procedural 
requirements. More detailed faiformatkn is avaUibfe fai the 
Department of nanning. 

13. 

Motion of the Pkmiing Commission of tlw Qty of Virgfada 

Beadi to anwnd and reordafai Artide I, Sectkn 111, of the 

Cooqireliensive Zooing Ordfaianoe pertdidng to deflnitko of 

Drive-In Eatfaig and Drfaikfaig EstabUslnnents. More 

(ktaOed faiformatkn is avdkbk in the Department of 

Pfaumfaig. 

14. 

Motkn of the Pfaumfaig Oommissko of the Qty of ^gfada 
Beach amend and reorArin Art^ 5, Sectkn 561, of the 
Conq^elwnsive Zonfaig Ordfaiance pertainfaig to use reguk- 
tkns flor oommerdalparUng ku. More detailed faiflormttkn 
is avaUabk fai tlw Department of Pfaumfaig. 

15. 

Motkn of the Pbuudng Commisskn of the Chy of Virgink 
Beadi to amend wad reordafai Art^ 4, SeetkD401(c), of the 
Cooqvelwittive ZoAag OrAiance pertidnfa^ to moUk 
tones. More detdkd faiformatioo is avaibdik fai the 
Departmeitt of Hamdng. 

nats wfth nwre detidkd faiflornuukn are avaibMe fai the 
Deptftmeitt of Pkmriiv. 
Rkhard J. Webboo 
CHyOtak 

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NOTICE OF PUmJC HEARING 

THE Vfrgfada Bea^ Board of Zonfaig A^^s wffl 
eondnct a Pidilk HMring on Wetfaiesdqp.^ April 19, 
1978, at 7.30 PM. fai the Cbundl OMh^s, 
Admfa^trttkn Biddtaig, Mnnkipd CMer. ^^fa^ 
Beai^ ^gfada. The floOowfaig ai^catwM wtt vpmt 
ootheMSBtk. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. O^eferred Mirdi 1. I9m. Diverse Ms, Inc. 
r^uMtsavarfauoeofSsigwtoU stgi»te<Mdflf6 
sj^ tt irikw^ on Pnod 19. Alport bidiisMil nvk. 
54N Wvd CJovt. Bqnide Beroagh. 



2. (Deferred AprU 5. 1978). Trustees of Vfagfada 
Beach Lodge Na 274. A.F. and A. M. by Ross 
P.Wibk. Chafa'man, Trustees, requests a variance of 

^:l,5 feet to a 3.5 floot froitt yard setback fautead of 5 
fl^ as req^ed (Ar^k Avenue) and of 2 fleet to a 3 
foot rear y vd setback faistead of 5 feet as retted and 
of 7 feet to a 3 floot side yard setbadt (20th Street) 
faistead (^ 10 fleet M requfa-^ for a b^ldfaig over 15 
feet but under 50 feet in height on Lots 1, 3 and 5 and 
10 feet of Lot 7, Bkck 44, Virgfaik Beadi Devekpment 
Company, 2000 Arctk Avemie.^nrgfada Beach 
Borough. 

3. (Deferred i^rU 5, 1978). Aber(ken Barn by 
Bakiwui and Gregg, Ltd. ret^sts a varfaBwe of 16 
on-she parUng spaces to76 parkutg spaces faistead of 
92 parUng spaces m requked Restaurant) and to 
aUow a perimeter drivew^ fai a portkn of the 10 floot 
rear yard setback where {» ohiMted oo Lot A, A.M. O. 
Oarporatioo, Independence Boukvard. Bayside 
Borough. 

4. (Deferred March 22. 1978). John S. Walkr 
requests a variance of 10 feet to a 10 floot front yard 
setback fautead of 20 fleet as requfaed and of 3 feet to a 
5 floot side yard (west property Une) faistead of 8 feet 
as requfaed on Lot 6 and southern half of Lot 5, Bkck 
9, Section E, Chpe Henry, 6900 69th Street. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

REGULAR ACSNDA: 

1. WUUam R. Yates requests a varfauce to aUow, 
parkfaig of a major reaettiooal equipment k froot of a 
bufldfaig faistead of behind the nearest portion of a 
buildfaig adjacent toa pubUc street on Lot 23, Kock O, 
Sedioo 1, Point OWoods. 2104 PaUets Court. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

2. Master Auto Service Corporation requests a 
varfamce of 48 square feet of sign area flor a total of 
1000 square feet of sign area faistead of 952 squve feet 
of sign area (368 sqture fleet aUowed sign area, 584 
square feet nooconflormfaig sign area) as ikjw existing 
and of 1 sign to 7 signs fautead of 6 signs (5 aUowed. 1 
noncooflormfa^) as now existfaig oo Parcel B, 
Subdivisko of Property of W. E. Witt, Dtted 4-9^, 
Prfaicess Ann PUoa Area, 3285 >%gfaik Beach 
Boukvard. Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Mr. and Nfrs. J. C. Addfaigtoo, Jr. request a 
varfamce of 16 feet to a 14 fool rear yard setback 
faistead of 30 feet as requfaed flor a rear yard adjacent 
to the Atfamtk Ocean (deck) oo Lot I, Block 7, Section 
E, Oape Henry, 7016 Oceanfroot. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 



4. John S. WaUer requests a varfamce to aUow 
parkfaig fai the requfaed 10 floot setbadc where 
prohibited when commercial zoning adjoins qnrtment 
zoning (south property Une) on Lot 16. Maxey Manor, 
1945 La^lmi Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

5. James C. Nodto requests a variance of 2 fleet to a . 
6 foot skle yard setback fautead of 8 feet as required 
(east side) on Lots 1 and 2, Bkck 17 Ches^xake Park, 
4840 Bay iteklge Road. Bayside Borough. 

6. Robert S. Smith, Sr. requests a varfamce of 5 fleet 
to a 5 floot rear yard setbadc fautead of 10 feet as 

Ptiza, 316 Dodge Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. . 

7. Frank E. WeUer requests a varfamce of 8 fleet tq a 
10 foot side yard adjacent to a street (Calvert Street) 
fautead of 18 feet as required of Lot 12, Bkck 5, 
Sectkn G, Cape Henry Syndicate, 2570 Shore Drive. 
Lyimhaven Borough. 

8. LynebOt Corporation l^ Wm. L. Shepheard, Sr ., 
Preskknt, requests a varfamce (rf 20 feet to a 30 foot 
front yud setback fautead of 50 feet as requfaed and of 
5.5 feet fai buUding height to 40.5 fleet above grade 
faistead of 35 fleet fai buUdfaig height as aUowed on Lot 
12. North Area. Sectkn 1, Sandbridge, Sandfiddkr 
Road. Prfaicess Anne Borough. 



9. J. Paul Smith, Jr. by A.B.M. Oonstructko 
Corporatioo requests a varfamce of 20 fleet to a 30 floot 
froot yard setback fautead of 50 fleet as requfaed oo 
Lot 6, Tract C. Section 2, Sandhrklge, 3020 S. 
SandMdler Road. Prfaicess Anne Boroogh. 

l6. AtlaiUk Enterprises, Inc. by John W. Vakos 
reipiests a variance to alkw parUng at a ratk of 1 
space per unit (134 units) fautead of requfaing 
a<h ^fawai parkfaig flor the nwetfaig rooou and 
restwiraitt and to aUow the parkfaig spaces to be 8 fleet 
wkk fautead of 9 fleet wkk as requfaed aiHl toaUow the 
akk wkltb to be 20 feet wkk fautead of 22 fleet as 
retpdred flor parkfaig at a90 degree angk and toaflow 
videt porldng where prohilrited on Lou 1 Uirongh 6, 
node ^, ^glnk Beadi Devekpment Company, 29th 
and 30th Street and Atfamtk Avenue. Vfaguik Beadi 
Boroogh. 

11. KUy P. Loflk, Jr. reqiwsts a varfamce of 11 fleet 
to a 19 foot front yard setbadc instead of 30 feet as 
reqofavd on Lot 12, Sectkn I, Woodstodc Cove, 5945 
Woo&aven Court. Kemps viUe Boroogh. 

12. J. C DriskkUI r^uests a variance to aUow 
parldng fai tlw required 25 floot setback from a street 
where VfttBMtd on Parcel 13A. Afrport Indiutrfad 
Park. 1413J^ RaO Avenue. Bayskk Baroi«h. 

13. AUea Joou, Jr. reqiwsts a variance of 3 fleet to a 
7 foot skk yard setbadc^west side) md of 3 fleet to a 7 
foot rear y«d setbKdc kst^id of 10 feet each m 
retpifred oo Lots 32 ami 33, ^>dc 19, Chestqwake 
INurk, 5(08 Lnukrdak Avenue. Bayskk Borough. 

14. OooCTcte Corridors, Inc. by Erk Actoman 
reqnnts a vvfamee to wdve the adrtltkial parkfaw 
spaces flor a oommerdd reaeatkotf oetter (feadly 
triiletop recreatkn cetter) to be qwraled as an 
acOMSory tothe sfatteboard park (6 pwktag spaces) on 
Pweri lA, Property of Albert L. Baaaey, 401 S. 
WUAAask Road. KenquvUk Boron^ 



15. Rc^rt H. and Qvolyn O. Qri^ recant a 
vwknoe of 5 feet to a 5 floot tux yard setback (cast 
skk) fautead of 10 J^C as reqoired of Lots 41. 43. 45, 
47. 49. Bkdc 55,^Shadowkwn Heights, 145 Kemwdy 
Avonk. Vfa-gink BeaA Boroi^h. 

16. Qurl L. Hertzfer reqiwsu a varinoe of 3 feet to a 
7 ixt iwr y«d setbadc fautMd (tf 10 fl^ « r^pA^ 
on Lot 6, Wosk B, Lanrd Cbve, 1316 Pvbide Pkoe. 
LyudiBven Barou«h. 

All. APPUCANTS MUST APPEAR ^FORB THE 
BOARD. 

W. L. Towers 
Soeret^y 

VBS3/».^5 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE OROJIT A 
COURT OF THE CTFY OP VIRCHNIA BEACH. ON THE 
28th DAY OF MARCH, 1978 

E. V. WILLIAMS CO., INC. 

Compbdntant 

vs. 

WARREN R. PHELPS and 

ALGENORA G. PHELPS. 

1329 Churdi Street 

^gfask Beadi, >%gfaua; 

HARRY VAUCMAN. also known as 

HARRY S. VAUGHAN, deceased; 

HATTIE GAYNCXl, deceased; 

CHARLIE FREEMAN and 

WILLIE LEE FREEMAN, whose 

taut known address is unknown and that the defendants 

Ifarry YMglnn, dso known as Harry S. Vaughan, and 

Htttk Gt^nor. are beUeved to be deceased and thitt any of 

sncfa defendants consorts, if any there be. whose names are 

unkiwwn, and if sudi defendams are dead, tbefa survivfaig 

consorts, if any there be, the saki defendants' chUdren If any 

tlwre be, thefahefas at kw, next of Un. devisees, kgatees. 

personal representatives, Uen creditors and Uen cretUtors of 

any hefas or devisees, and any other person or rarporatioo 

havfaig any kterest fai the subject matter of this suit, aU of 

whose post oflke addresses are comidetely unknown; and 

that aU of saki parties are hereby made partks defendant to 

this i^oceedfaig by ^he general desoiptko of Tarties 

Unkiwwn." Defendams. ^f 

^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object <tf this suit is to qukt the titk to the 
floOowfaig desaibed real property, kcated fai tlw Qty of 
Virgfada Beadi, State of Vfagfaik. 

An AfBdavfa havfaig been made and fikd that the 
defendants are unknown as tothe wheredxMts, address and 
looakn, although due deUigenoe has been used by and on 
behalf cS the oonqdalnant to asoeriafai the county or 
corporation ui which the said defendants are residfaig, but 
without effect; 

It is CXtDERED that they do appear here by the 18 
day of May. 1978 and do what may be necessary to proted 
thefa faiterest fai thu suit. 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE 



AU that certafai piece or parcel of famd with the 
buUdfaigs and fanproveownts thereon, sUuated fai KempsvUk 
Borough, Cfay of Vurgfaik Beach. Vfagima, described as 
floUows: 

Begfauung at a point bi a ditch oo the East side and at 
the Southern end of a street running N 22° 30' E. through 
New Light, sometfanes known as cdored Oient to the South 
side of Indfam River Road, where saki ditch and the 
Northern Une of the Ikttk Gaynor property, flormerly 
Joseph R Gaynor property, faitersects said Southern end of 
said street, saki Northern Une of Gayna befaig the divkting 
Une between bmds of Gaynor and famds formerly of J. McCoy 
andC RkfaUck, andrunnfais thence alona the East skk of a 
prhrate road S 27 " 38' W. 205.7 fleet to a pdnt; theiwe N 
69' J4'' 07»W^^6.22 flaet toa|teelpfa« thence N. 69" 34' 07" 
W. 185.63 Mibk ^ In a diKlh: thence aktt| saU ditch 
the foUowfaig courses: S 27' 13' 06" W, 13.34 fei», S 18* 14* 
54" E, 258.35 to a pipe, S 17* 03' 47" E, 225.44 feet to a 
pdnt; thence S 74° 01' 30" E, 126.48 feet to a pofait; thence 
N 26° 35' 03" E, 616.63 fleet akng the center of a ditdi to a 
pofait to the Northern Une of said Gaynor Land; thence N 
75° 02' 19" W, 262.85 fleet akng the center of a ditdi to the 
point of beginning as shown oo Pfatt entitkd "Survey of She 
'to be Conveyed by Hattk Gaynor, etc." recorded fai the 
Qerk's Office of the Orcufa Court of Vfagfada Peadi. 
Virgfada. fai Map Book 36. at Page 39, tO which reference is 
hereby made flor a more particutaff descr^Mko of said 
property. 

It is flirtlwr (HIDERED that tlw floregdng portkn of 
this order be p^riished ooce a week for flour successive 
weeks fai the Vfa^gfaik Beach Sun, a newspaper imbUshed fai 
the Qty of Vurgfaik Be«^, Vfagfaua, and havfaig genral 
drcofattioo k saki Qty. 

A Opy l^ste: JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By: Patti A. Keenehan 

VBS 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 



ORDER OF PUBUqATION 
In tha (Marie's OfDee of the 
Cfaeott Court of the Qty of 
Virgfada Beaeh, VA, on the 
TthdayolMardi, 1978. 

Sherry (Si^k Haitman, 
Pfadntifi, 

Steva OeeO Hartman, 
Debodaaft. 

ThaobJeetofthksnltkto 
dbtdka dlvuraa a neua tA 
thoro to ha ktOT nwrged fado 
a dhwee a vfawak matri- 
raeid from ^ Mid delM^ 
ai^ iqwa the groans of 
erudty and/or aetod or 
cootnwthfe deaertko . 

And an affidavit hav^ be«i 
made and fflad that the 
dafmdutka Kn-residMit 
of tha State of VIrghda. the 
taut lowwv peat oflke ad- 
dreaa befaig: fflB Weet nU- 
aok Avooa. i^rora, ffi- 
nok, 00608 it kfltdmd that 
hadoanpee on or bafore 
thaSMiflfApra.ni8.aBd 
do i^rt May ha umw as ar y to 
proted hk iatertet ta thk 
suit. 



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A eepy-Teete: John V. Fa- 

tna 

PaM A. KeeMhan. (laih. 

neodoca A Bo^a p.q. 
106N.PtaiafM 
P. 0. &s fliB, 
V^UhBBaA,VA 

VBS-8/18.^S.8/».4/8 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



In tlw Ckrkl OfBce of the 
Cfacmt Court of the City of 
Vfagfaik Beadi, VA on the 
31st day of March. 1978. 

Unda Edge PhOUps, 

PfadntlfT, 

against 

MkhaelAndUlps, 

Deflendam. 

The diject of this sofa is to 
obtafai a lUvorce a vfaicuk 
matrimodi from the saki 
(kflendant, iqwn the glands 
of havfaig Uved separtte and 
apart flor a perkxl of time fai 
excess (tf one ye«. 

^id an aAiavit havfaig 
been nwde^and flkd that the 
faut known reskkace of the 
ptfty to be served was In 
tha Qty of Vfargfada Beach, 
and thM a r^wn has been 
fflcd k hk haacb flor 21 ^s 
add that he has been tutfde 
to make servke; 8i»l tint 
the kst known tdAtmt of 
the respondent i«alnst 
whom j^tfcatko ta asked is 
320-22ad Street, Vkgfada 
Beadi. VA. It It ordered 
ttatt he do tvpux on or 
beflore the 22ad of May, 
19^ ai^ do wl^ may be 
neoesstfy to protMt Ids 
farterast k thk salt. 

A oopy-t«te: J<te V. Feo- 
tress 

9f: FWtl A. Keenehan. De- 
pMyOerk. 
iHst B. B^^ p.q. 
ISilLailtelaBd 
VtogMi Beaeh. VA 23451 

VBS 4/5, 4/12. 4/19. 26 



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VnONIA BEACH SUN O WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1971 



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Theatre of Intemation^i dining suits Bracey 




Try aa Itiiiaa arcin pMtry tot a ^M deucrt," laggMtt 
Daa Wtuety, of CStk Street, Virglaia Beach, as he icnrea 
laach at the Natloos Rooai, HoUday laa Scope. 



By RHONDA MILUR 
SUN Staff Writer 



Dan Bracey oi Virginia Beach is an a^or u heart. 

When he serves a flaming dish at the Nations Room, 
Holiday Inn Scope, he serves druna as well as food. 

It^ all a matter (tf taking the guests into the pampered 
world oi internttional duiing with the delicate touches that 
makes tlKffl leave feeling that for some reason, theyVe 
dined mudi fiuther away than downtown Norfolk. 

foacy arrives, arm gallantly bent holding napkin, 
suggests, '^rhaps a mce light white wine for lunch, 
ma^un," and arrives from then on as if one cue. 

Suggestions ii^ease the i^asure, where each dbh is a 
specialty of the house and the details make an taiteretting 
presentation. < 

't.unch usually lasts two or three hours," says Bracy, and 
in that time he become* a discreet acquaintance rather than 
a waiter. 

He^ glad to explain why the lemons ve wrapped tai 
cheesecloth (to prevent the seeds from landing in tlw food), 
or which churdi steeple is in nearest view from the fifth floor 
perspective. 

Flaming dishes provide drama that makes a meal an event 
as well as a nutritional stop. 

EXnners provide a whole evening^ entertainment, with 
each course bringing new surprises. 

Bracey has Iwld other jobs, but finds his present one 
satisfying his dramatic needs and the financial iKeds 
' demanded by his 6Sth Street residence. 

"Any foreign visitors from out aS town are likely to come 
to the Nations Room," he says, uid he finds that the guests 
provMe an interesting and diverse atmosphere. 

It^ not everybody that wears a tuxedo when they work 
the evening shift. 




A growhig NorfoOi |1vm way to coMaaplatiai ttmm a 
fifth floor perspective tor Virglaia Beach resident B. R. 
MUler. 



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Scouting News 



Troop 432 lionors cadet bridging In Fairfield 



Junior Girl Scout Troop 432 of the Fairfield section in 
Kempsville coicluded a busy year with a court of awards 
and a pizza party to honor the girls bridging to Cadettes. 

The troop meets at the home of one of its leaders, Cardyn 
Bumberry. Oibbie Walters is the other leader. 

Tlie fdlowing girls earned merit badges during the past 



year: Barbara Bumberry, Joan Caroilo, Piper Ferguscai. 
Lisa Grant, Susie Hoskins, Dianne Kennedy, Cheryl Krane, 
Diana Lick, Kim Miller, susan Shiarpe, Sarah Silseth, Andi 
Stepnick, Gndy Swain, Melissa Tosi, Kelly Valen, Caroline 
Walters, Kathy Weese and Maribeth Francis. 



Woodstock Scouts plan trip to D. C. 



The Qirl Scouts of Woodstock neighborhood are comide- 
ting plans for a four-day trip tp Wasluiigtan, D.C in June. 

Tidewater Girl and Adult C^portunity Fund. This ftind is 



made available through the sale of Gil Scout Calendars. 
The balance is being earned by selling Girl Scout cookies, 

,arag«i iaterT«Jp«mtV^^^^ 

Anyone wlidlraiad Uke to oonate newspaper, may call Mrs. 

Thurman E. Gardner, the Woodstock neighborhood chair- 
man. 



Troop 66 awards scouts at court of honor 



Boy Scout IVoop 66, sponsored by the KempsviHe Ruritan 
Club, recently heU at Court of Honor to award badges and 
rank advancements. 

Skip Taylor, senior patrol leader, opened as the cdors 
were presented by John Bumberry and Jeff Diamond. 

Awards went to Jeff Barrett, James Echea, Steve Ibrrel, 
Rick Hersh, Joel Kloclaw, Ken Kramer. h/Bke Lamb, Dave 
Lutz, Tom McDermott, Andrew McKechnle, Jerry Pratt, 
Mark Reed, Jeff Rogers, Adam Schii«ter, Steve Sekeres, 



Steve Taylor, Bfll Turner, ai^ Joe Wabh. 

Unors also went to John Bumberry, Jim CoUins, Jeff 
Diamond, James Harrell, Jerry Lamb, Kevin Lamb, Alan 
Lewis, Charles McKechnie, Ricky Patterson, John Richt, 
Jerry Spruill, Chip Steveu, Skip Taylor, Rick Hersh, Kurt 
Kramer, Jeff Rogers and Eddie Patterson. 

The Iron Man a^ard for patrol (tf the month was given to 
the Jaguar puroi headed by Alan Lewis. 



Brownies treat fathers with pizza lunch 



The Brownies (rfTroop 604 in Kempsville recently treated 
their fothers and father substitutes to a luncheon at the 
Village Inn Pizza Parlor. 

The girls paid for the five with proceeds from the sale of 
Qtl Scout Calenders. 

Those attending were: Carmen Aten and John Kern, 



Angela Aten and Jim Linneball, Mllicent and Lonnie 
Johmon, Darlem and Tom Mnton, Patty, Vicki and Larry 
Bishop, BrMca Monroe, Denise and Robot %own, Nfichele 
and Robert iUlyfield, RoUn and Gerald Domineck, Kim, 
Nfissy and Kfichael McGuire, Karyn and ChvleiM and Chuck 
Lee. 



Two scouts advance to Eagle rank In Kings Grant 



Two Kings Grant Boy Scouts have been advanced to the 
rank (rfEagte Scout. 

Daivd H. Roche, son of Mr. and Mis. Richard F. Rodie of 
Queen Elizabeth Drive, and Greg H. Starbuck, son (tf Qndr. 
and Mrs. Tliomas H. Starbuck, dso of Qaeen Elizabeth 
Drive, received their Eagle awards during a Troop 6S Court 
oi Honor ceremmy at Foundry Methodist Church which 
sponsors the troop. 



Pack 425 celebrates 
scouting birthday 



Roche joiiKd Cub Scout Pack 63 in 1969 aiKi during his 
years in Soxiting has earned 25 merit badges and 12 skill 
awarcU. Ife b a junkr at First Coknial HJgh School and 
currently serves as Senior Patrol Leader for Troop 65. 

Starbuck jd^d Qib Sraut Pack 65 in 19M nd has earned 
29 o^rit badges and 8 skill awards. Ifa is a senior at First 
Colonial Ugh Scted and currently serves his troop as junior 
assistant scoutmaster. 



Pack 434 holds 
international banquet 



Ctob Scout Vwdk 423 cele- 
teflted its Hue awl Gdd 
iMnquet receirtly itt BoMnza 
Steak Heme to comraeno- 
tut tke Urtbday of Qib 
Soonthig. 

Quests uidBded Hazel 
Wright, Plaa Elememary 



S(^od prind(»l; Sylvia 
Verostek. Plaza Blementvy 
PTA presiifett: nd MUm 
Comby, scouting unit com- 
missooer. 

Sixty {»rents aui Qd> 
^eouts enjoyed the occasion. 



Pack 434 held its Bhie and 
OoU ftoquet recent^ at tiM 
Windsor Wood Schod Cafe- 
teria. 

International foods were 
served at the NmqiMt. 

AdvaiKenKitts were a- 
wttded to Wtf McLaw ton. 
Seu Gokisberry, Gtenn 



Shorey, Kfike Wilson, Jason 
Kuil, John Cowan, Robert 
Ckode. Beqji Kfarshall ami 
Tommy Bervd. 

Tlw Arrow of Light, the 
highest Cub Scouting award 
was i^esett^ to Jason 
Knall mi Jolm Cowan. 



Awards given to Pack 499 Blue and Gold held by 434 



Qib Pack 499 recemty held its Blue and GoU Buqi^ itt 
Arrowiwi^ Bten»ntwy S(Aool. Tte Arrow ofUgte awvd 
wM given to Wynn Humam, Alex PiteMcar, Gene Hiaips 
aiul Gary Turlii^ton. 

Bd>cat awards were given to Ken Bailey. Eric Bs^nes, 
Mtehael Dobroasi, Alton Shorey, Rtehard Lawreme and 
Rttert Wibon. Benjw OiMwell reahred a Beir awwd. 
Mdnel Siebert. MdiMl Ddbtoai, tLdbtrt W&on awl 
KtarsteU Q^er advanced to Webefoes. 



Me and OoU aww^ 
were reoettly given tt a 
meetiiv ot Cub i^ck ^3. 
The Hut»AMml.aive*te 
the moit-idhiroaad ^, 
was given to Guy QrtM^. 
The CbbmMter num vm 
given to Chris Pittnum and 



Vernon Rodcett Jr. 

Other CMS receiving 
mrarda tacteiM Paul Shetf- 
fieM, Bototf, tmA Jerenqr 
ftae Md Eric OOes, Wdf. 

Dwy DtoAst, ChrB Pitt- 
nan and St^rfien Qoode 
received wAivlty awards. 



SUN ads fit just right 



The problem was finding someone just the right size. ..and 
with the help of the SUN classified ads, Ruth Valeri of Broad 
Bay Road, had no trouble at all. 

'^ grew out of dky bike and I got a new (me for Christmas. I 
advertised in your paper hoping to find someone who could 
use it," Ruth said. "A very nice lady who was oily 4'ir 
came and bought it. She said she'd been lodcing for a long 
time but couldnt find a bike that was small enough for her." 

Ruth plans to use the Sun ads again... primarily because of 
the law cost. 1 like the fact that the advertising cost did not 
overcome my pro^t," she said. 

Teople that want to buy things and cant find them in 
other papers, find it in this one." 

If you have something you'd like to sell, give the SUN 
classified ads a try. Call 486-3430 to place your ad for 
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Pro fessional Reality 
names two new members 



Professional Realty has 
announced the names oi two 
new staff members. 

Roger Pyle, an active 
licensed real estate agent for 
the past six years, has 
recently retired fi'om the 
Navy and joined the firm on 
a fUl time basis, tfis wife, 
Alice, is also a full time sales 
associate with the firm. The 
Pyles and their two children 



reside in Kings Grant. 

A retired Army ofH- 
cer, Dan Butler has also 
joined the Prc^ssionaly 
Realty staff as a sales assoc- 
iate. A native oi the area 
and a graduate oi Ckanby 
Hgh School and the Univer- 
sity oi Tennessee. Butler 
and his family reside in 
Kings Grant. 



Stlerhoff promoted 

Harold F. Stierhoff has been |»'omoted to the new position 
oi executive vice president oi BVA Credit Corporation, a 
subsidiary (rf Bank of Virginia Company. In this post he will 
serve as chief administrative officer for BVA Credit and will 
be directly responsible for its conmMrcial finance,equi|»nent 
leasing and Ruscb Fadors divisions. 

Assuming Stierhc^ former position as officer in charge 
of tlK commercial finance division is Joseph G. Bow(kn Jr., 
\i<x president, who has worked in that area for the past four 
years. 

Stierhoff has had 18 years of experience in the cre«^t 
industry. Prior to joining Bank of Virginia in 1971 he was 
assodated with American Credit Corporttion hi Charlotte, 
N.C. Stieilioff joined the bank as vice ivesident bi duurge of 
the conumrcial finance departmeitt. Folkiwing his promo- 
tion to senior vice i^esicknt in 1975, this area transferred to 
BVA Credit Qirp. as a division with StierlnrfT in chwge. 

A graduate oi the University of North Carolina, 
Stkrb^ff's outside actlvttKS induck serving as a director of 
tlw ^f inia Road IMkters Assocbtion and as a diredor of 
James River Schools. 

Bowden has been with Buik <^ Virginia sinbe 1973, 
fottowiiv eight years with Central Natioiul Bank. He was 
promoted to vice rvMklent to 1975 when the conuMrdal 
finance dei«rtment beomie a division (rf BVA Qedit. 

In action to hoidii^ both badielor and masters degrees 
fi-om tiM University of Ridmond, Bow(fen also is a graduate 
of the Stonier Ort^attt S^od ot Bankug. 



Youngsters can learn 
dental hygiene 

at the library 



wmm 



The Orett Neck i^idi ot 
the rvgniM Beaik PM»c 
Libruy System wffl iveseitt 
a spedal story ttee on 
FrkSay. AptU 21, « 10 a.m. 
for diildren ages dv«e to 
five. 

Ml. Jadck Perry, wheto a 
r^tered denty hfffimt^t. 



will {wesent a |H^ogr«n en- 
titted l^ental Health Educa- 
tion." 

The (MTOgram wUI be 
tlrirty mmttes ta lei^th. 

There is no r^is^kn or 
charge far this program. 

For tother itfsmttien. 
cd CA. Pauley tt 4tl-6094. 



State Reading Assoc 
set at Cavalier 



The Virginia State Reading Assodation will hdd their 
annual convention in Virginia Beach at the Cavalier Hotel on 
April 6,7,8. 

Registration will be held from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. Thursday, 8 
a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday, and 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. Saturday. 

Fees are as fdlows: members - $13 entire conference or $8 
per day. Non-memlwrs - $18. Entire conference or $10 per 
day. 

All current members of the Virginia Beach Reading 
Coundl are also members of the VirgiiUa State Reading 
Assodation. 

The schedule is as fdlows: 

Thursday, April 6 

4 - S:30 • Openii4 General Session, 
Dp^Oaude A. Sandy, supervisor, State Testing 
Program, Virginia Department of Education 

Topic: "NEW DIRECTIONS FOR TESTING IN 
VIRGINIA" 

7 - 9 - Annual Banquet Meeting - Speaker: Dr. Russell 
G. Stauffer, professor Emeritus, University of Delaware 

Topic: "LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION: MAN'S 
INNATE ENDUEMENT" 



Friday, April 7 

9- 10:15 - Twin Sessions, 

(1) Dr. Roselmino Indrisano, Prd. of Education, 
Boston University 

Topic: "LANGUAGE: A PREREQUISITE TO 
READING" 

(2) Dr. S. Elizabeth Davis, Prof., Psychdogy of 
Reading, Temple University 

10:30 - 11:43 - Small Group Sessions 

12:15 - 1:43 - Annual Luncheon Meeting 

Speaker: Ed Emberly, author and illustrator of 
ChUdren'i Books 



Topic:"A DIFFERENT ALPHABET" 

2 • 3:13 - Small Group Sessions 

3:30 - 5:00 - Twin Sessions 

(1) Speaker: Dr. Mary Anne Hall, professor of 
Education, Georgia Stirte 

Topic: TEACHING READING AS A 
LANGUAGE BASED PROCESS" 



(2) Speaker: I^. Josei^ S. Nemeth, Bowling 
Green State University 

Topic: "MALICE IN BUUNDERLAND" 



SatnrAqr, AprO 8 

8 - 9:30 - Annual Breakfest Meeting 

Speaker: Dr. Nichdas J. Silvardi, Arizomi State 
University 

TEACHING READING: A DEQSION MAKING 
PROCESS" 

9:45 - 11 - SmaD Group Sesskns 

11:13 - 12:30 -dosing Oeiwral Session 

Speaker: Dr. llamas C. Barrett, University of 
Wisconsin-Ktet^on 

Tofric: XJM READING BE MASTERED?" 



If you have my questions, {Asase caU Rose Mjo at 
428-9260. 



Women win on Longwood 

Jimkr 1^^ ftffret and menters of the Logwood 
sfl^oiMre UMla McMlows, OoD^e teu^ leas in 
both of Vfa^gmia Beadi, are Farmvflk. ^g^L 



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Virginia Beach military update 



Hunnings 

Navy Airman Apprentice Richard L. Hunnings, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William D. Sutherland of Hannibal St., Virginia 
Beach, recently returned from an extended deptoyment in 
the Mediterranean Sea. ' 

He is serving as a crewmember aboard the assault ship 
USS Guadalcanal, homeported in Norfolk. While deployed, 
his ship operated as a unit of the U.S. Sath Fleet. 

A 1975 graduate of KcUam High Schod, Hunnings joined 
the Navy in October 1975. 



Badar 

Navy Quartermaster Seaman Robert J. Badar, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Wicher of 424 Tory Road, and whose 
wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Genn R. 
Watson of 3624 Kim Terr., all of Virginia Beach, has 
completed the Basic Enlisted Course at the Naval 
Submarine School, Oroton, Conn. 

During the six-week course, he was introduced to the 
basic theory, construction and operation of nuclear-powered 
and diesel submarines. In preparation for his first 
assignment, he studied shipboard organiation, damage 
control, and submarine safety and escape procedures. 

A 1977 graduate of Princess Anne Mgh School, he joined 
the navy in July 1977. 



Harrington 



Navy Ensign Joseph H. Harrington Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph H. Harrington Sr. of 2597 Ue RoyDrive, has 
reported for duty aboard destrcqrer USS Hull, homeported 

in San Diego. ,^ ^^ ^ . , j 

He is a 1973 graduate of Floyd E. KeUam High School and 
a 1977 graduate of the U.S. Navid Academy, Ann^wlis, 
Md., with a bachelor of science degree. 



Lester 

Marine Second Lieutenant Andrew M. Lester, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrew W. Lester of Lonewillow Lane, Virginia 
Beach, has returned from a five-week Caribbean deploy- 
ment. 

He is serving^ as a platoon commander of Battalion 
Landing Team One Slant Two, homebase at Camp Lejeune, 

N.C. 

A 1970 graduate of Bayside High School, and a 1976 
graduate of Atlantic Christian Cdlege, Wilson, N.C, with a 
bachelor of science degree, he joined the Marine Corps in 
February 1971. 



Donovan 

Navy Aviation Machinist^ Mite Airman James E. 
Donavan, son of Mr. and Mrs. day Donavan of Homeward 
Drive, Virginia Beach, has returned from a deployment to 
the Caribbean Sea. 

He is serving as a nwmber of Fighter Squadron 102 
(VF-102), homelMsed at Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia 
Beach. While defrioyed, VF-102 was embarked inward the 
nuclear powered aircraft carrter USS Dwight D. Eisen- 
hower. 

A 1976 graduate of Kempsvttk High School, he joined the 
Navy in September 1976. 



Oiler 

Marine Sargeant Betty J. Oiler, daughter of Mr. and hfrs. 
Billy R. Onptonof 6 Kinitte Men Road, Virgbiia Beadi. has 
reenlisted for four years wiH servtaig with 1st Force Service 
Sunwrt Group, Marine Corps Base, Ounp PemUeton, Cklif. 

A 1974 graduate of Princess Anne Hgh Sdiod, she joined 
the Marine Corpa in March 1975. 



Dodge 



Navy Lieutenuit Fre<kridc J. Dodge, whose wife, 
Kathleen, is the dai«htcc of Mr. aiul Kfrs. Edward F. Wolf 
of Leeward Shares Drive, Virgiida Beadi, recently 
partidpated in the altted exercise Team Spirit" in the 
Western Pacific. 

He is serving as ao officer assigned to the staff d 
Commander, Carrier Oroup Seven, bued at Naval .\ir 
Station, Alameda, C^if. Kb staff is embarked ^Kxu-d the 
aircraft carrier USS EMerprise. 

A 1969 graduate of tlw University of Oregon, Eugene. 
with a badKlor of science degree, and a 1976 graduate, d 
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, with a masters 
degree. Dodge joined the Navy in October 1969.- 



Clark 



Williams 



Navy Mess Management SpedaUst Thfard Class John J. 
dark, whose wife. Kichil. is the danghter of hfr. md Nfrs. 
Wlliam D. Sutherland of Hannibal St.. Virginia Beach, 
recently returned from an extended deployment in the 
Mediterranean Sea. 

He is servii^ as a crewmember idwa^ the ami^iibiaus 
assault ship USS Guadalcanal, homeported in Norfiilk. 
While depk^ed. his ship operated as a tndt of the U.S. Sixth 
Fleet. « 

Clark joined the Navy in September 1975. 



Navy Hospital Corpsman Third Class Calvin Williams, 
whose wife. Beverly, U the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn EardleV 
aawfard of AtlantU Drive. Virginia Beach, was awarded * 

the Good Conduct Medal. 

The Good Conduct Medal signifies feithftil and obedient 
servfce durfaig a four-year period. To earn it. Navy enlisted 
men and women must adiievc and maintain a satisfectory 
level of performance and an unblemished conduct record for 
the entire period. 

Williams is currently serving at Navy Regional Medical 
Center, San Diego. 

He joined the Navy in August 1972. 



Marine Lance Corporal Kfichael A. Evdiey, son ai Mr. 
and Mrs. Mkhael A. Eardley of Mlber St., Virginia Beach, 
has returned from an extended deployment to the 
Mediterranean. 

He is serving as a member of Battalion Landing Team 
Three Slant Six (BLT 3/6), hooaebased at Cuap Lejeune, 
N.C 

A 1976 graduate of Princess Anne Hgh School, Eardley 
joined the Marine Corps in June 1976. 



Clark 



Williams 



Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice Donald E. Clark, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Clark Sr. oi Virginia! Beach, has 
completed recruit training at the Coast Trainjpg Center, 
ape May. N.J. 

A 1974 Princess Anne High School, he joined the Coast 
Guard in January 1978. 



Dwight A. Williams, son of Mrs. Helen M Williams of 
Tower Drive, Virgima Beach, has received his first 
promotion in the U.S. Air Force. 

Williams, promoted to airman, recently completed 
technical training at Lowry AFB, Colo., and is now assigned 
at Homestead AFB, Fla. He serves with a umt erf the 
Tactical Air Command. 

The airman is a 1976 graduate of Western Branch High 
Schod in Chesapeake, and has studied at Norfolk State 
Cottege. 



Pierce 



McDanlel selected Sailor of the Year 



AOl Robert H. McDaniel, a resident ai Virginia Beadi, 
has been selected as the VF-101 Sailor of the Year for 
calendar year 1977. McEteniel is originaUy from Trilby. Fla.. 
and enlisted iii the Navy in 1969. 

McDaniel was selected as the Sailor of the Year from 
among a distingubhed group of nominees which ii^uded an 
VF-101 Sailors oStia Month for 1977. 

McDaniel had been seleded as Sailor of the Month for 
VF-101 in March . 1977. He is a quality assurance 
representative in the maintenance department and alfo 
serves as the weapons safety petty (rfficer. 

McDaniel has been extremely active and effective in equal 
opportunity work within the squadron, serving as a member 
of the conunand training team and as the coordinator Ux 



military rights and responsibilities workshops. 

During his off-duty iKwrs be served as an administrative 
asstetant to the inresident of the Oceana Navy Hoiuing Qyic 
League and was particularly instrumental in the formation 
of a ddldreni basebaU feague and the constructkn d dvic 
league iMueball &Us at Oceana. 

McDaniel is a member dtbt Onitral Churdi of Christ. He 
and Us wife, Joy. and their six dilhjben. Robert, llmothy, 
Brian, Nfarcus. Todd and Kimberly make their home in 
Virginia Beadi. 

McDaniel will now compete with nominees from other 
fighter squadron activities for the title of F^hter Wing One 
Salter (rf the Year. 



Navy Air Traffic Contrdler Airman Phillip L. Pierce, 
whose wife, Denise, is the daughter (rfMr. and Mrs. Worth 
H. Williams, Jr. d 1444 Lakeview Drive, was graduated 
%am the Air Traffic Controller Schod. 

The 14-week coarse at the Naval Air Technkal Training 
Center, KfiUington, Tenn., prepared students fior ftiture 
duty mui air station contrd tower. They studied flight data 
IX'ocessing, aids to aircraft navigatkn. weather analysis, 
and air traffic contrd rules and procedures. 

In ad(tition they un^rwent Federal Aviation Administra- 
tkn (FAA) examination and received FAA certification for 
contrd tower operations. 

He joined the Navy in August 1977. 



Wagner 



Mvine Private First Class Lawrence A. Wagner, son^* 
Cbria M Pfiefer of Paul Jones Lane. Virgima BeaA, has 
returned from an extemled deployment to the Med- 
iterrmean. . ^ 

He is serving as a member d Battalion Landmg Team 
Three Slant Six (BLT S/6). homebased at Gunp Ujeune, 
N C 

Wagner joined the Maak Cotpt in September 197S. 



Doran 



Marine Private First Class Rdiert J. Doran Jr., son d 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Doran of Farnham Lane, ^ginia 
Beadi. has oomideted the basic electronks course. 

The 10-week course was condiKted at the Marhie Corps 
Communkation-Electrooks Schod in Twentyidne Mms, 

Qdif. 

A 1977 graduate of Bayside tfigh Schod. be joined the 
Nterine Corps in July 1977. 



Blackford 



MariiK Private First Qass Randy B. Blackford, son of Mr. 
ami Mrs. David H. Kackford of Deer Park Drive. Virginia 
Beadi. has returned from a five-week Caribbean deploy- 
ment. 

He is serving as a member of Battalkn Landing Team One 
Slant Two. homebased at Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

A 1974 graduate of Kellam »gh Schod, Blackfbrd joined 
the Marine Corps in August 1974. 



Coleman 



Marine Private First Class Willie F. Cdeman Jr.. whose 
wife, Joy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hasburger of 
Virginia Beadi, has been promoted to his present rank while 
serving with the 2nd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base, 
Camp Lejeune, N. C. 

He joined the Marine Corps in August 1977. 



Rohr 



Airman Patricia A. Rdir, daughter <rf retired U.S. Aii 
Force Chief Nbster Sergeant and Mrs. William R. Rohr df 
Beedi Street, Virginia Beach, \m been assigned to Castle 
AFB, Oalif., for duty in the U.S. Air Force food servke field. 

The airman recently comi^ted bask training at Ladduid 
AFB, Tex. .- 

Air^fOkMl « 19M^|ridaate of Central Senfot High 



Andrews 



•qc 
Meritorious servfce has earned the U.S. Air Force 

Commendation Medal for Master Sergeant DonaM E. 

Andrews, son d Mrs. Margie Andrews of Rt. 7, DanviDe, 

Va. , 

Sergeant Andrews, a training technician, was presented 

the medal at Washington, D.C., where he serves with the 

Air Force Office <tf Special Investigations. 
The sergeant is a 1960 graduate of WhitmeO (figh Schod, 

Dry Fork, Va. Ws wife, Cardyn. is the daughter of Mr. and 

Mts. Joseph MitcheU of 3500 Cedar Grove arde, Virginia 

Beach. 



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La Moure wives me'bt 

The USS LaMoure County Wives Oub will meet 
Saturday, April 8 at 4 p.m. in Building 3342 on the Little 
Creek Amphibious Base. 

New members are wekome. Babysitters wiO be inrovkled. 
Wives are asked to bring baked goods for a bake sale at the 
booth outskk Sears in Pembroke M^ on Monday ud 
Tuesday, Aptil 10 and 11 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

The club dso will sponsor a vegetaMe sale tt a booth 
outskle Sears in Pembrdce MaQ on Monday and Tuesday. 
April 17 uid 18 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 



Espy is guest speaker 

Qndr. Fred Espy, safety dBott at the Naval StiUion 
Oceaim, wiH be the guest speaker at the April 1 1 meetfaig of 
the Virginia Beadi Safety Council. 

The group meets at noon at tl^ Princess Aiine naza 
Panodce House. TIm publfc is invited. 



Credit Union promoting 



Tom Smoot. gemeni 
manner of the Vlrgmia 
Be«di Navy Federal Credit 
Unloa, toe d Tidewater's 
laig^ has aniKHinc^ a 
ptamoOfm to increase union 
mealbetMp. 

Prizes include ra»rt 
wed^uls for tw>, a dioiw of 
Nmtt Ameri^j^ ftiaspots. 



and a w^i-kmg vacation m 
Mexico at die Bahamas. 
Grand {«ize b a 19'^ car. 

The pronntk» runs 
dirou^ July 31. Wiaatn 
will be randtmily selected by 
computer att tuA umniui s 
drawing. Only tatcseaaa to 
member accwnte n^it 
chancel toward pd^s. 



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S.P.C.A. call for help brings antique buffs to the Dome 




The Virginia Beach 
S.P.CA. spoDsored u ant- 
ique and show sale last 
Friday, Saturday ud Sun- 
day at the Virginia Beach 
Done. 

The show brought dealers 
from all over the East Cbast. 

The show also coosisted of 
a country store which 



featured hooienuule goodies. 

Mr. and Mrs. M.C Dean 
were the managers of the 
show, with all exhibits for 
sale. 

Qowds came to the Dome 
throughout the week-end to 
view the varied show and to 
help out the S.P.CA. with 
dfloatioos. 




Erk OMk of Ncwioa 

silver. 



Ookes and other gooiOei were oa sale at the ihow Itar tto 
thirsty patrons. Qnthhi Shaw o(22 Street does the serving. 




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Knth Dbe aisd Virginia Howietl from 
Mtlqnes stop to poee. 



and Hen" 




Deidera from m over the East Qmst cum to VfrgWa leach 
hnt weck-«Ml to show thcfr mMI^ms. 



Photos by Joan Coates 



oTMlh SireH, and lea Uvett, ef 1 
wai« hripfe« the VfrgMa lewh S.P.CA *•■ s* 
•I the Aa^M Show and Sale hrii at tte 



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Craftsman shares creations with Beach 




Mri. Virginia Zeideri of 
the Aragooa Church of 
Christ is VirgfaUa Beadi 
•h»ed her ideai wtth every* 
one last Saturdi^. Mi- 
playing her mai^ aaftt. 
td^rtl timet a year, the 
faiyttei teadKrt, lOoiM lead- 
ert imd uyone * who it 
imerested hi aa^i and tai- 
tereited in exduungfait ideas 
to drop by. 

Mrs. Zeideri' crafti. in 
many cases, are made from 
throw-siway type material 
aad indude piach work, 
jrtaiter castfaig, pafaiting on 
tbut, string art, fNq)pets. 



Virghila Zeidcn shows Mury Mfron a stafawd ghi&i craft. 



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v^SMH MdMriw dhceven twapappet* «■ 



the craft 



Photos by 
Linda Pitzen 



Jeremy Mchargne 
looking at each 



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Qrthy MthargM, a^ 




WMteShHthWaM 
her new Meade. 



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No room at the inn « 
for unique Beach visitor 

When Hdiday Inn co-founder Wallace E. Johnson came to 
Virginia Beach to be a guest on The 700 Qub" television 
program, he was scheduled to stay at a nearby hotel where 
many '700 Qub" guests are billeted. However, when be 
arrived, he was ^old the hotel was overbooked and that 
there was no room for him. 

The unassuming Johnson, who never identified himself or 
his position, found himself being escorted to one of his own 
hotels, the nearby Holiday Inn-Scope. There he received the 
room and service afforded a regular guest. Only later did 
hotel personnel learn that the annonymous visitor, who had 
stayed at their hotel that night, is the founder of the whole 
organization. 

Unique among Johnson's business deals is the one with his 
partner and co-founder of the hotel chain, Kemmons Wilson. 
There has been no signed contract in the deal whidi has 
invdved millions of dollars over two decades. Johnson and 
Wilson trust each other implicitly. 

The next day ooThe 700 Qub," Johnson, who is currently 
raising $1 billion for the 'Vert's Life, WorU" campaign of 
Campus Crusade for Christ, tdd program host Dr. M.G. 
"Pat" Robertson of his humble origins in Nfississippi and how 
he became known as the 'Veaty Ford at tlw buikling 
industry" in the 1940s and 19SOs. 

Johnson is typical of the The "nX) Qub" guests, who range 
from presidents to prostitutes. The program, produced md 
distributed worldwide by The Christian Broadcastnig 
Network, Inc. (C^, is carried by 1% tetevbton ami 130 
radio affiliates, and to more than 4000 cabte TV communities 
in the United States and Canada. "The 700 Qub" is also seen 
throughout the Far East and Central and South Amerkai. 



Porter completes training 

Donnie Carter Porter of Virginia Beach, outskle plant 
supervisor at the Virginia Beach locatioi of Continental 
Telephone of Virginia, has completed a course in supervis- 
ors' outside plant training at the Continental Tetephooe 
System Training Center near Amherst, Virginia. 

The 10-day course is designed to help the student 
understand the techniques <tf and perform tasks required for 
outsifte plant functions in uxordance with jH'Ocedures 
specified in Continental telephone ptad'uxs. 

Porter has been with the Ccntinental system since 1969. 



Enrollment souglit for 
Bet Hamidrasli students 

tet Hmkb'^h, a mw Jewbh eduoktional institttticn, is 
woqptag emttaetttt for tlK 197S-79 school year. The 
mctkittim wffl emiAMize Heteew language awl syiMgof ne 
•Idto. Ctes wtti he ti^te l^ Rabbi Baruch Sdiectmaa. 

fivolBKM dttMrtn from 7 to 12 years of i«e wffl he 
1^^ to ftm* chwaes of «p to 12 students eadi. 

Per more deta^|.^cafl H04m3. 



Realtors 
strong 



Mary L. Smith completed 
a course in 'Advanced List- 
ings' sptHuored by the Real- 
tors Natimud Bfarketing In- 
atitute, held in Ludngton, 
Kentodcy, laat mtk. 

Mrs. Smith ia a candidate 
for the CRS (Certified Red- 
dential Salesman) ^aigna- 
tiim and this course is mie of 
many reqah«d to achieve 
the highest designiAion a 
residential real eatatf aalea- 
peracm can earn hi this fidd. 

Mrs. Smith ia a aalea 
aaaodate at Estea Realty 
Corporatiim hi Virginia 
Beach. 



Hodges' 
honor 
50th year 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis K. 
Hodges of Hillview Boule- 
vard, celebrated their SOth 
wedding anidversary thk 
month. The ooupk was 
honored at a reception at the 
Oald Tidings Chordi given 
by their daughters: Mrs. 
John D. Keoq) of Chesa- 
peake, Mi. Earl B. Sfanpson 
of Norfolk, and Mn. Claude 
W. Smith of Norfiaik, and 
Mrs. Vermn Reynohb of 
Omrkjtte. N. C 

Hodges b retired from the 
Naval Air Station and his 
wife, Alice is retired from 
Smith and Wekon. 



PTA honors 
members 

On February 21, the 
Lyimhaven Eleraeittary 
SchoolJPTA iveseitted Bob- 
ert Abooffjffie and Mrs. 
Bmify Oroover whh Ufetfane 
meiriwrs^ awards for 
thefr nany years of iUMd 
ud extraoFdlHry services 
rendered. 



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pT/ie circus comes to Winsor Oaks 




The lint trade cImi of WImv Oriu EkaMtwy wi their 
irt tcKhcr Mi. McLanghUa poic wHh their ta-echool drcaa. 




lieai aad tigers aad iwari..." rad Ataa LaaMhai, Darria 
Browa, JaaeBe lohMoa aad Leaay Jeaei ... aad clephaat. 



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After first traders at Winsor Oaks Elementary Schod 
went to the drcus, they decided to brint the circus back to 
their classroom. 

^th the Kelp (tf their art teacher Ms. McLaufhlin, and 
several fifth and sixth graders, the first graders made five 3 
foot pvpcT macfae' animak. 

The kids did it aU," said Ms. McUuthlin.The fifth and 
sixth graders made the structure out of chicken wire, then 
the first graders used paper madw and painted it. It took- 
dxMt one week for eadi part." 

Right now tte animids are on display in the front hall of 
the sdiooi. But In about a week each class will take theig^n 
animal back to the ckssroom as their "Mascot." 

Hie tiger goes back to Mrs. Munson'S class, the bear to 
Mrs. Drepps. the giraffi to Ms. Ibgadorn and the elephant 
and lion to Nfrs. ODonnell. 

Ifls circus time for the first graders oi Mnsor Oaks... 
right in theb' own backyard. 




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Mil. Bi«adoni1i Int graders pose with their paper aadK 
gtaraffl. Pictared arc: Mvk Sinpcri, Jeaaigcr Meyers, 
Krtotaa Sarith, Jay OvrflB, JeiT Garrisai, Jiouay Laaipcrt 
aad Lisa Aiiari. 




Their haaeande t^er laeha m wUto Mhrii Sagart, BMy 
Laatart, Vcroalea Jahasaa, Owytm Hd , Bicky Bridwrs 
aad MMt Myars paM ler the SUN. 



Photos by Joan Coafes. 



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M»r were mmm^ those who anisted the Int graders hi 
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Two Virginia Beach students were elected to state ofBcei 
and seven won awards in competition at tlK Distributive 
Educati(xi Qubs (rf America (DECA) state cottvention t^ld 
earlier this month In Roaooice, Va. 

DECA is a natioiuil organizattpn fbr students who are 







Annette Walsh 



learning abdot btuiness aiKl marketing white wvldng and 
attending high schod. 

Each year distributive education students coaqiete 
regionally in four categortet: fpod markettaif , food servkc. 
atqwrel and accessories and general merdiandizing. The 
regiomU winners then ampnv on tl^ state tevel, and 
■elected DE students reiveacnt the state at the national 
competition. 

At this year*! state meeting. Annette Walsh ai Kelbun 
ifigh Schod was elected sttte president of the IS.OOO-mam- 
ber club, and Cleave Marthenson of Cox Hgh Sdiooi was 
elected Southern Area vice president. 

At the same time.GoR Ifigb School student Karen Ludca 
i^aced first in the WMnmunteations division ct the i^iptrcl 
■nd a^isorles oitegory and first over-all in the Mpputl and 
accessories category in competition with ftudents from 
througbottt the state. 

In addkion, Kempsville Ifigh's Connie Wicker placed third 
in selling, apparel and accesories, Maureen KfcWhorter 
placed second in selling, general merchandizing and Divid 
Eh-eano was second in group sides. 

Kellam High's Annette Walsh was first in salesmanship, 
apparel and actxssories. and Amde Laurie Atwater finished 
first in human relations, food marketing and also second in 
the Phillips 66 ftee enter|H:ise project. First placed in 
dbplay, general merchandizing went to Kellamt Quia 
Roebuck. 

KeUam High Schod aUo received the DECA Disrict XX 
Chapter of the Year award, and Princess AniM Ifigh Schod 
received the District I Chjqrter of the Year award at the 
state competition. 

As a result ctf their efforts, nine Virginia Beach DECA 
students were noodnated to represent Virginia at the 
National DECA competition, scheduled May 7-11 in 
Washington, D.C. 

Karen Lucka of Ccr Hgh will compete in apparel nd 
wxessories. and fellow Coot classmate Mary Ann Strutrh^c 
will compete in food service. 

Kempsville Mgh will send three DECA studeitts to the 
national nieet: Connte Wicker in anyarel arnl accessories, 
Maureen NfcWhorter in general merchandizing and David 
Dreaiio in group sales. I 

Kellam Hgh will be represented by Annette Walfjh in 
apparel and accessories and Annie Laurie Atwater in food 



marketing. Beth Plnl»rtoQ of Baysfate Hgh will compete in 
food service. 

Brad Boswell ctf Princess Anne Ifigh Schod, as Virginiali 
DECA student ci the year, wffl also partidpate in the 
national event. 




Cleave Marthensen 



Beach textbobks 
on display 

New textbooks being considered for use next schod year 
will be on public display at the five branches of the Virginia 
Beadi Publk Library durii* the week rf April 10. 

aty resittents are encouraged to review the textbooks 
and make recommendations they ftel are pertinent. 
Evaluation forms win be availaUe « tire textbook (ttsfriays. 
The textbooks wiU also be on display at the i^wil 18 meeting 
of tlM Virginia Beach Schod Board at the sdud 
adminstration building. 

The bodes under consideration were {H'oposed by a 
curriculum committee of parents, tewhers and sdiod 
a&nuiistrators. The books to be displayed are: 
Art -"Art in Your World- 
Typewriting I -tintury 21 Typewriting," 2nd edition, 
with two materials sun>tements. , 

General business -'^neral Bosiiwss for Economic 
Understanding" with two activity supirieinents. 

Home Economics (Interior Decorating and Housing) 
-The Young De«Mrator"; 

(K«brriage and the Family) ~1*ersanal Adjuitiaent, Marri- 
age and Fanodly Living"; (BCfective Parentfa^) -'Oiild 
Growth and Development": (Qothing Management I and II) 
J-'Oothing-Your Way". 
Etenwntary reading prqgram -'heading 720" 
Seventh grade reading materiab -'Skills in Reading". 



Smith authors publications 

JanKS W. Smith, a fire science fautructor at the Virginia 
Beadi Campus d Tidewater Community College, lus 
recently had published two articles on fire sdence education. 

The first artide was published in the Much 1978 edition of 
Tirehobse Magazine." This article describes fire training 
and how the community college teaches the vital lessons of 
this pr<^ssion. Professor Smith highlights the urgent iwed 
for fire service education throughout tlie country. 

The second artide will be published in the forthcoming 
edition (rfthe Worldi^PokEncyclopedia. Smith has authored 
the World Book% oiScM description and comments on fire 
departments. This scholarly work describes fire depart- 
ments, the work d a fire department, fire safety, fire 
department equipment, the various kinds of fire depart- 
ments, and a brief history on the development of the fire 
protection in the United States. 






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Virginia Beach Public 
Schools psychologist Ginger 
Bnck Van de Water has been 
invited to join an elite group 
of psychologists to evaluate 
the psychology programs 
bdng taught at universities 
and'eoUeges. xV 

Ms. Van de Water was 
selects for the "evaluator" 
position by the National 
Association of School Psy- 
chologists. She will conduct 
her evaluation assignments 
for the National Council for 
Accreditation of Teacher 



Education. ' 

Each year 350 psycho-' 
logists from private busfaiess 
and educational fields' are 
selected as evaluators to 
determine if oollete and 

•to 
prognam^^lf^ -' eff^^. 
During uie course of the 
year, Ma. Van de Water will 
join other selected Virginia 
psychdc^ists to conduct 
evaluaticms of major colleges 
and universities throughout 
the Old Dominton. <s 

Now in h«ir second year as 




a Virginia .Beach sdiod 
psycholo^, Ms. Van de 
Water hol^ a master'a 
degree in sdiool psychology 
from the University of Akn» 
in Akron. Ohio and a 
in «d» 
ge Wash- 
ington Diversity in Wkdi- 
ington, D. C. She has also 
done graduate went at 
Harward Univeraity, Univer- 
sity of Virghda, (M 
Dominion University and 
Gesell Institute in Connecti- 
cut. 




Ginger Buck 
Van de Water 



Brickell named rector 




Dr. E. E. Brickel 



-^ Virginia Beadi schod superfattendent Dr. E.E.Brkdtell 
has been nmed Rector of the Board of Visitors of the 
Cdtege of William and Nbry in Williamsburg for a two-year 
term. ^ickcU was named to the post durbig the boards 
iiuarterly meetbig hi bite February. 

An alununts of ^K^lliam and Mary, Dr. Brickell eariwd his 
BA degree in English tlwre in 1^ and also the degree of 
Doctor of Education there fat 1973. In 1951 he recehred Us 
master'k ^gree in BngUsh from the Univershy of Chteago. 
He is a mesdwr al VU Beta Kan», Phi Deha Ki^qw ant 
Kwppt Delta Pi. 

Dr. Bri^n became superintendent of XHrgmia Beadi 
puMic sdnds ten years ago foUowfaig a brkf stint as 
dkector of secondary admfaiteration. Prior to that he was 
•dffliidatitfve assisttttt to WiUaai and Mtary president Davis 
y. ftsdoD wad assistant svciessor of English at the cdtege. 

He has ako served u swctoendent of schools in the 
cfttea of Scnth'Norfoik (where he wv bora) and FranUis;^ 
Va. In 1973 1» was named l^i^nia Educational >Ui- 
i^ntetrator of the Year. 

DeH>Ue the many and varted demands of the Virguiia 
1k*di puWe sclwob, Dr ^ Brid»ll remains a^ive hi a variety 
ef state oAIocal educttional ud (Me gro^M. 

He is a member of the "Mrghda Beadi Rotary Qub, 
IHrgiiua Bea^ h^wqr saftty conn^skn and recreation 
eoBUi^iiofii '^gMi Aiiocittion of Sdiod Exe^ives, and 
National Mt-I^ginta Aaaociittanof Sdiod AdnAitatratars. 
He alsos^vevfln the bowdof Sectors far Ba^ide^ios^tal 
ai^ tin ^^rgtaiia BMch BtV' Qub. 



Garden club offers 
$500 scholarship 

The Lake Smith Tf rrue Garden Chtb is oliiriBg a $900 
U^ie^Mp to a graitettav h^h sdMsd senior or ceflege 
trndetdastman who ta » resident at ybtgi^Bm^. 

Tobe eUgibte for this unual award, thei^p^stt muK be 
accept by a o^ge or university m a f^^aie itndteat in 
the B^od far horti(»hure, forestry, ecokigr.lpr « girted 
ara of stMb^. Ihe ^taittst^ fCnnktce wU defcrmoie if 
the (»nrse of st^ is ^ffO^Wc for thie a#ar4 

Ite ^^M opt iteolwve a ^MMttklMMlfaw of IS or 
dK»e«. 
Detaited information and applications are availabte from 
rginia Beach area high schod guidance departments , 
The deadline for sabmitting appttcttloas is April 15. The 
^iDient of the scfadarship will be oodfied by May 15. 
additional information or appticitions, contact Mrs, 
njcnard L. Biandenship, scfadarship ooaimittee chairman, M 
4«4-949«aiter4>ji. 



Virgfaiia Beadi, Va. 

b acoeptfaig resumes for the poattkn of 
Advertisfaig Refaresentittive. Xtattes tai- 
dude retail ad sates and m«ketiiig in 
TMewMer v ea. Must ha^ m^a ex- 
perience and established rMOrd tai seUng 
I^iitt or tvoadottt. * 



Send oe^ktaatial 
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resioM ud salary 



HThomaiDrtw 

ll^Rosemcitfmd. 
Vfrgfada Beadi. Va.S452 

For ^wdatmrats Astaw ^irfl 10-14 or 
Aprfl 174l 64r phone 5^-4571 between 
12K10 afld IHU p.m. 



Anderson pledges sorority 




Ginnie Anderson, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R.N. 
Anderson. 1405 Cooper dr- 
de, Virginia Beach, was 
among the students who 
idedged fraternities and 
sororities this semester on 
the Elon CbUege campis. 



Nflss Anderson pledged 
Alpha Sigiba Alpha sorority^ 
one of the ten sodal Qreek- 
letter group at Elon. 

She is a busfaiess atfanfaii- 
stration nu^or at the coedu- 
cational, liberal arts coOege. 



Gifted school for Gonzalez 

Allyson Ann Qonzalez, daughter oithc Rev. and Kfrs. W. 
M. Q'ews of North Bfadneck Road, has been selected to 
attend the Governor^ Schod for the Qifted. 

An 11th grade student at Ffast Cdomal Ifigh Schod, she 
is a member crftheNationalHanor Sodety, Spmish Qub, and 
the Uack Qdture Qub. She is also active fai Youth Church at 
Kbunt CNive B^)tist Churdi, where she is a member faf 
Youth Qtisades, the youth choir, and is secretary of Mount 
Olive SuiMiay Schod. 






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The growing South: 

Its population is growing 
ten percent faster than 

the rest of the UL& 

And Southern Railway 
isgrowing right along 



Evei9bodykQ0ws^tbe South is U|fl4'h it 

tmeoftfaiefutnt-grvmngtteasin wwlU I ILa 
Ae tJ.S. But iHutybtt nvglit net 

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kDOW is Oat the Soullih po|M>tkn 18 glowing 
a fuU lOXfaster than the r«8t of the ooontry. 

I^edleflS tosay, we at Southern Railway 
are hiQiiv about all thb becmne eadi time me 
Soi^ grows, m grow, toa 

A&r d, who do you think carries file raw 
matofiais to the newoiants fiiat are part of 
this growfii? And tbeurfinished goods to 
market? hi bsfe roesffiire, 1^ do. 

And. as the Souths pqpiiiittion grows who 
do you tUnk brims Oe tfaoos these people 
ne«^Tlw,cvs;w(at|^Biean)liiooes,the 
dotfing, tiie spoiling gootii and flie food? 

nSL ««^ not growingiust to keepup wifii 
the everincreasing populaboa. ^Ve growing 
to be w^pared for an even biffler South ol 

the nHure. 

Aooonfii^ to thefedeial govoiBnait, the 



railroads will get an increase in 
fmt^t volume of 143% by 1990. 
And the raOroad^ share of 
market wiU go up by a big 24%. 

1^ we get <he Uon^ share of tiKse in- 
creases vi^ira titty come? Maybe. Mwiiatever 
happo^ weVe getting ready for tton by 
" [ilg^ now. wfte putting in a new 



ftnUkm &^t dasafkatkm yaxd in Nocfi) 
Cardina. We^ adding to our miaowave oxn- 
municatMX) system, ^ch is alr^Kly the largest 
in file SoufiL And vme layii^douue track 
v^ioe (me used to be oiouc^ to handle the ' 
tndEGc in the area. 

So. even thoii^ weite growing ridit akng 
with ymi, weVe al») growing ahead of you. 

Becatee whoi the deniand is fiiere, we 
want to be fiioe, r^ly to serve. 

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At IS mBn «b Imv the cold wtaid whl^ Hirouth the open 
lidet of yoor ^. Ut four cyhnden. pwr. p(9 and sputter in 
pnfect tut. AumMdiloi t it(|> ^B, you putt the 
emerieacy teake wwMral, path the tteottk tever fiorwird 
and step on the bnke pedal on the r^. 

To go ahead, yon ease the brake lever fiorward, step on 
the trasintotlQB p^al. and tkwl^ pidl back on the throttle 
lever. Yon have tot^ BriihtOy on the tet* «roodea iteerhit 
wheel to twn r^ltt, ud as yon dothe narrow froitt tires tean 
sHfhtly to the left. 

Sadi wo^ be yoiff exp e r ien ce s If yen took a rMe in the 
191S Modd T" Ford towi^ Mltaai owned by Harold Revis. 
principal of Ool^p Park Elemettary. Jut u many peo|^ 
prefer reflntoUif teiAure b theb spare ttane. or colteding 
stamps or ooins . StviB seeks oat nd reetOTM antique cars. 

Hie T" k the premkr of lUvto' oM airto ecdection, whidi 
tko featwM a Mbr-restored 1931 Model "A" Ford coiqw, a 
1950 Owvrakt fov-door "Uqie-badc" sedan, and a 
workfaig-order inS Model *r Ford. Revis recently sold 
pvt of hto coaectto. a 38 Hudson ud a "S^ Packard. 

The 1913 T*. irtdA ocovies the nutai garage of Revis' 
TteUa home, was pwthased four years i^o at an antique 
airto show and b^an hta love-affidr with older cars. 

1t% even mora uusual than a regular T", he i^oud^ 
po^ out. tecrase ttli the tast of the teass-era. It has 
brass trfan on the radiator, running-board steps treads and 
on severid other parts." 

"When I bci«ltt the *T" it wunt fkilly restored. TuUy 
restored' meaia dMa^ the engine until it is spotless, 
pidnting, tacquerlng and waxing the underside until it shines 
Just like the ootskle, plus a whole lot more." he says 
enqtotically. "Yoo sometimes have to put six or eight coats 
of hMqiwr on to ^ the ivcper efltect." 

Revis and Us Aunily have made several public app- 
earances tai the flrtt working-man'h car. Last Ml he drove it 
tai the Oyster Bowl nvade in Norfolk, and this year hopes to 
drive it in the ^^nia Beadi Neptune Parade. 

In a separate garage rests the 1931 Model "A" which he 
ami his fomify tate for a spin occasJonally. Hs daughter 
especially loves the rumble seat. The "A" is foOy restored 
(wUh original parts) except for the naugahyde seat covers. 
Revis haniDed all the restoration which induded rebuilding 
the engim and pittting eight coats <rf lacquer on and under 
theov. 

Revis looks forward to working on the 19S0 Chevy, which 
be says he flnaDy got, after years of asking, from Us fether 
in North CaroUna. But restoration work gets expensive. 

"Just a two>foat section of chrome strip for the Chevy will 
probably cost me $18. 1 hate to pay the high price, but 111 get 
it back eventually." he sakl. Each of the cars represents, a 
sizeable investment, not only for parts but in labor as well. 
Revis estimates his 1915 T" is ptdbtbly «(arth $7-10,000 
and '%oing up each year." 

The 1925 T" needs a lot of work, says Revis. 1 got it from 
a farmer in the N.C ttue Ridge foothills who had it stared in 
a barn, and it was in sad sha^x." If Revis has the same 
feeling for the 15 T* as he does for Us other cars, it won\ 
be long before it% ftilly restored and on the road. 



Miss Schall 

to study 
in England 

Ellen Schall, a lophomere 
from Virginia Beadi now at 
Randdph-MMon Woman's 
College, has been accepted 
for the college's junior year 
program in England. 

She will jdn 29 other 
students for a year of 
seminars and tutorial couri.es 
at the University at Reading, 
kwated midway between 
London and Oxford. 

Among the topics covered 
during the year are British 
history, literature, and poli- 
tics, philosophy and art 
history. 

In addition, students will 
partkipate in field trips and 
other outings to potaits of 
hiterest in Great Britidn and 
on the continent.' 

Miss Schall is the daughter 
of Capt. and Mrs. R. F. 
Schall, 2329 Plantation 
Drive. 



Students on 
dean's list 

Aurora M. Olson and 
Keith C. Smith of VlrginU 
Beach were among 282 
students named to the 
Christ<q>her Newport College 
dean's list for the first 
semester. 

To make the dean's list, s 
student must have an aca- 
demic average of 3.25 out of 
a possible 4.00, or a better 
than "B" average. 



Merit scholarship 
finaiists named 



Seven Virginia Beach high schod students have advanced 
to finalist staadlng in the 1977-78 National Merit Scholar- 
ships competition and are el^iUe to eoo^te for MUege 
scholarships sdieduled to be awarded this spring. 

The finaliits ve Jane Loizeaux, Carl T. Parker. Mary 
Susan Wengcr. and Stephen B. Widcer of Keoqwville Hgh 
Sdiod, Ste{riien IXggs J(Anson and Everett PmI Skipper of 
Bayside Mgh Schod, and William T. Melendy of Princess 
Anne ifigh Schod. 

The seven students were selected as semiflBalists hi the 
sdidarship competition lut fell and gained the flaaltet 
(»tegory this winter. As finalists, they Jdn about 13,500 
other students aaoss the nation partidpatlsg for 3.900 
Merit Sdidarshlps. 

The seven Vkgtaiia Beuh students entered the oosiveti- 
tion last feU on the basis of their h^h academic stancQng, a 
recommend^ion from their sdiod prindiMd and their high 
scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test ^Al^ and the 
sdMlarsUp corporation'i test. The sti^tts selected 
reiM-estat the top one-half percent of the nation^ most 
■cadeoia^ talented young pe<9le. 

Of the 3,900 Merit Scholarships available, 1.000 of them 
are one-time $1,000 awards supported by business and 
industriid organizations. The remaiiUng are bur-year 
scholarships, (tf whteh 1,350 are sunxarted by gruts from 
corporations, fbundations, unions and professional organiza- 
tions. The remaldng 1,550 four-year Merit Scholarships are 
underwritten by U.S. colleges and universities. 

Steidlien Johiuon, the son oi Mr. and Mrs. Eddie W. 
Johnson, (dans to enter V.P.I./S.U. as an engineering 
student after Iw graduates from Kempsville Mgh. 

Jane Loiaeaux, daughter of Navy Captain ami Mrs. Alfred 
D. Loteeaux, plans to enter Washington University in St. 
Louis, ttfiisourl. 

WllUain Melendy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. 
Milendy, fka» to attend Syracuse University or Beldt 
CoUege fbr the study of anthropdogy and Latin Anwrican 
studies. 

Ovl Parker, son (tf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Parker, plans 
to enter the West Pdnt Nfilitary Academy. 

Everett Skipper, son of Mr. and Kfrs. Anthony C. 
Skipper, wants toattend the Cdlege of WtlUun and Mary to 
mi^or in business adminstration. 

Mary Wenger, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Donald B. 
Wenger, recently transferred to Kempsville Hgh from 
Florida. She wants to attend Duke University or Wellesley 
College after graduation. 

Stephen Wicker, son of Chapldn and Mrs. R. F. Wicker, 
plans a mediad career as a surgeon and will attend the 
University of Virginia. 



Learn to roller skate ... in school 



Plaza Junior Ifigh has just conqrieted a unique lifetime 
sports" pilot progrwacAs a part flMjie phg^ical ei^icatian 
curriculum, 8tK girail%fiidfcitts at the sdiod were alfer<|^% 
two weeks of roller skating at nearby Plaza Rdter Rink,1ma 
the reponse from the students was nothing less than 
enthusiastic. 

Between December and Kfaich, 400 students partidpitted 
in the vdimtary program which cost them $3 each. The price 
induded skate rental and 12 30-minute lessons. 

Uut November Plaza Junior PE department chairmen 
Stet^uude DuRoss and Mduwl Halperin suggested that 
roller skattaig might fit in well with tte Virginia Beadi 
PaUic Sdiods' emphasis on providing recreational skills and 
sports wiiidi stucfents can use throughout their lifetime. 

With the backing of Plaza Rdler Rink% owner and 
tpfswtk from the instruction department, the 8th grade 
students began learning how to iMdaiKe on skates, how to 
sttft aod stop, keep roUing. fell safely, turn, etc. 

The Maze students were aUe to walk the two-blocks to 
the rink, don skates, get a 30-minute lesson, turn in their 
skates Mid return to the sdiod )wttlnnth)$ir normal PE 



period. As mai^ as five dasses could be held each <fay.^^ 

PE instructors Ko^alllngs. Jim Abbott. K^en OoUp^s 
iMldBHa Mndl partl^ated along with their students iMHt 
fdinid they also cAJoyed learning the sport on wheels. The 
students foimd their teacters were just as prone to fidl ii 
they were. ^ * 

Roller Rink inatrudors Tom Andrews and Bonny (Xeiv^ 
felt the students learned quickly in the short instrudfai(j 
time. They especially loved a few minutes of free timei 111 ; 
which they could pradioe what they learned." said Mi. '' 
Olejar. V 

At the end of the two weeb, Andrews and Ofejar tested 
the students, and those who denramtrated mastery ctf three 
of five basic roller skatuig skills were given a rink medal. AH 
students were graded on their partidpation. 

The Plaza Jr. PE instmdgors are now evaluating the 
program, which they hope can be continued on a regular 
vduntary basis for all 8th graders.1 hope we can keep it 
going next year," said Plaza Jr. prfa>dpal Wittiam aiUam. 
"A lot (rf 7th grade students will be dls^qxiinted if we 
dont." 




Student earns degree 



Edward Patrick Lynk of 
^gintai Beach received a 
Btt^lor) ctegree in avi^ion 
managment from Airi>urn 



Umversity at winter com- 
OMMement exercues held 
recently. 



Salmons selected 



MeOnda L. Safanons, 
daogj^i^ of hb. ai^ Mrs. 
JeluS. Safamxu of the Back 
Bay area of Virginia Beach, 
has been seleded for tlw 
North CitfoHna State U^ 



versity ghrls' softball team. 

A freshman, majoring in 
agronomy, sbe is a 1977 
honor grmdate of KeDam 
Ifigh Sdiod. 



Athletic leader honored 



For the second year in a row, Elton Qross ct ^Tirginia 
Beadi has been honored for his athletic leadership by 
Oufford CoOege in Qreensbort^ N.C 
, The co<aptafai of Qufiford^ buketbaU team. Gross was 
one of six students presented tte nereus BngUsh Athletic 
Lea(fership Award. 

The sei^ sociology major is the son of Mr. and hfts. 
Norman BiUups. He was the feadta« soorer for the Qud»rs 
Iwt season with a 17.7 point average. He also averaged irine 
rebounds per ganu. 

Elton represents the basketball team on the Qiilford 
Cbfle^ Athletic Advteory CbuncQ. 

Bcfive entering Guilford. Qross played basketbaH at 
Bqrside Ifigh. 



Brandon boundaries established 



At a special meeting 
Wednesday, Mardi IS, the 
Vir^ia Beach Schod Board 
approved the attendai^e 
zone boundaries for Aramkm 
Junk>r ngh Schod wUA is 
scheduled to qieo next fell 
with an antte^afed enrdl- 
ment of 1440 indents. 

Brandon Junkv, whidi Is 
being built at a cost of 




Art Is... 

a talented secretary 

Durnig Youth Art Moitth not afi of the art db|diQred at 
Louise Luxfivd EteflNptvy Sdiod bekoged to the 
stu(fent8. Some of the paSh^s on (&^y in the lobby were 
works of Luxford'i'reskient artbt". Mrs., Fay Perktais. 

Nfrs. Perkins just hqipiM to be Loxfordl seaettfy-she 
luB bMn for 12 years-and only few or five years agotook 19 
tl» easel and brush. She «i^:ly found she had a taleitt far 
painting sceidc views...ftflra'a flight of duda lam^ hi 
Qirrituck Cbunty toseasciqiies ami mountain vfews...tt well 
aspeq^. 

A Mttive of ^ghda B»i^ (old Princess Aine CouMty), 
Mrs. Perkins says she has aturayt been interested in art. A 
few yens ago she begM taki^ ttt courses throi^ the 
dty'k FKkM and Rec^ttfon adult {vogron ud has 
devek^ her artistk; tal^ to the pdm wtere she en p^it 
by rosiest. 

"When I started tatt« the sta-week courses, I foond I 
w»1ast getttag starts when k wouU eni. so I worid lurve 
toew4d naMither." she petes aOt. 1 ako kmaA I ii«i too 
hBpatfent to watt for dls to dry so I switdi^ i9$mi^- 
IlKy are tfMM the saiM « db bitf (fry qridMr mi I cmi 
pautt more." 

Hie worth of n vttot fe wnettaes measorM by d»Mod. 
nd she reporU sel^ q^ a few pi^ta^ for €MsUmis 
presetts . Oooutaaly she k brought a snvehol and «tod to 
plitt a cokr portr^ fron k.whkA she s^n she stvt^ 
doli^wMwittiiwdi knm miitag. 

teik^^. Mrs. I^rWt^priBis bM«ue she toPM to nd 
S19S 1 dal know what ni Mm but I thoroiiMr «4<V tt. " 



$6,876,000. will draw 462 
seventh grade, 453 e^di 
grade, and 475 ninth psde 
students mm sttendbig otfan 
sctools. Popolstfoo powth 
wtthin the Brandon boun- 
daries is expected to add an 
addMonal ISO studenfe by 
September. 

Major sttbdlvid(»s to be 
served by toodtm Judor 
H^ indude Cdlege Pvk 
and Woodhaven, Bnu^on 
Woods. Lake Chri^^ier, 
Brigadotm, Qiarlesttnm, In- 
dian Lakes, nmbatake, 
Carpn Na^ Hoitsteg and 
sou^we^Nn-pertienolGten 
Ron. AQ sevenfli. e^A snd 
tttath grade stad»to te tfie^ 
subAvidons wQl i^end 
Brandtn. 

The Braadim boundtty 
will start M the Vte^nia 



Beadi - Chesi4>eske city Ihie 
on Old Providence Road, run 
east to Indian River Road, 
south to Kempsville Road, 
north on Kemiwville Road to 
the Mrdiem limits of Indian 
Lakes subdivisira and then 
east to include the new Navy 
Hottstaig at Chdkqia Comer 
and the Umberiake sub- 
dhflskm on Hofiand Road. 

RumUng sootfaeatt from 
Tlmbealalw, tiie boundary 
Ifaie «^l diuect Green Run 
and bdude mily the extreme 
southweston subdlvidons 
dose-to Plrinc«M Anne Road. 
Tte line stops M Landstown 
Road ud ^en runs south- 
west and aoutt to Salem 
Road, nortti to Elbow Road, 
ud soutiiweM to IncUan 
Rhrer Road, ^urnpy Lake 
nd the Cb^»pe»kt city 



limits. 

Kempsville Junkir High 
will be most sffeded by the 
Brandon (^tening. &iroll- 
ment at Kempsville Judor is 
expeded to dn^ from its 
current 2,186 students to 
1,511 next September. 

This laduttes 127 seventh 
grade stu(tents movtagfrom 
Kempsville Mndows Be- 
mentiuy to Kempsville 
Junknr. Because <rf the 
reduced eatoHaMSA, Kemps- 
vUle Junior wfll aperutt on a 
six-bell day indeed d the 
present d^t-bcU system. 

When Gtaon Run H^ 
School (qiens in 1979, 
Kempsville Samtx will be- 
come die Mily feeder school 
for Kempsvilfe Higli, and 
BrandM Juttkx will feed 
Crreen Run Hi^. 



Court House has recipe boolt 



U Parted when the 
^rginia Beadi tM^ers w«e 
ccHuparing red^ at a 
January in-servk« pot-lwd[ 
Imdieim. and now Coort 
Boom El^iMtMy SdoiA 
has hs own "Favoite 
Redp(» Ftem Omtt Kms" 
book. 

Ci^y ^rtoa. a AM 
grade toadm d Cofut 
Ifeaw, tteoi^ k wMdd be a 
geodid»toci»^ tf tfM 



redpes, so die asked tite 
sdiod staff to o^Atflrate 
their hvotke "quick and 
easy" redpes. 

Daring her ^are time at 
iMmK, Mrs. Peytcm cde- 
forind ai^ t^edtite recipes 
wa^N^. ^ptf^misa 
oc^MttMkm Don a fAow 

Hie ted hook, iHiidi 
encom^wes b^nre- 

^-nmM csoM^es imd tors 



d'oeuvm, salatfe and vege- 
taUes, ^ids, sweete uid 
main didm. Mm d^teftuted 
to the uuutributiug staffers 
eariy Uiu ^m^. 

Amrag the SO-fritts per- 
s<»s ouMHit^ w^e aife- 
tote m^igw BMe ltoo« • 
.SMoish ghidw^i r a ss( iT d < i 
rad M^tf ^um hiaf-and 
{s^Mfid AariN Kdhm • 
oab drfM mnshioMns and 
pUfed beets. 



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COLONIAL WOODCRAFT 

ClffiTOli KITCHENS 
AT BOILiaX'S PRICE 



llaet of Oak 
CaUneU 



ft ^Ine 



ProtBCt your Investment! See one of theee leaWng area Razors! 



You can trust a Realtor! 



VMYlSmNG 




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• UMWSTPOISMI 
PMCB 

• lANK HNANCMC 
AVARAMI 

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WANTED 
BmftkMper/Tjrpist 
GrMt Bridfe Area 

Anilicant must be pro- 
flotent with figures and 
quickly responsive with 
emphasis on detailed 
work. Good typing re- 
quired. 5 Days weekly- 
9:00 until 4:30. Mature 
person preferred. Send 
resume to P.O. Box 
15400, Chesapeake, Va. 



REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

Indian River 
Real EsUte School 

PRINCIPLES OF 
REAL ESTATE 

iComplete UcenaingCouraes 

Morning classes 9 to 1 

Evening classes Bio 10 

Applications accepted now 

CALL 420-1060 




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NEW HOME? 



^ lUMnd B. Blctfdo 

Th«r call ua today. Wt lav* 4 vaaa at choice 
homes: 

BOMESTEAD ACRES: |SI,MO ap. WlUMlrtWf 
detail la raneiMa, Z-story oa 1/t acre maHry 
loii. Only S UfR sow! 

POPLAR RIDGE: fM,M» ip. RaadMi amIUUa- 
Cape Cod aad l-atory to be MIt Uta otlM- 
toTM taehided, prima yrea. 
OAK MAITOR: IM.MO - 4 Badroom Bamaa - 
S to te baUt 00 Ugk. woodad lot8-»-S/4% fla- 
aaadaff aTallaUe. 

SEAmoOK LAMmMG: IIM.OOO. for Iha anoattva 
Elageat Haw EaglaMl Cdoalal eaatom taiBt Wm» 
OB tka vatar so dock year boaU Qaall^ aitraa 
saeh ai nrndad, wat bar, hi«a daa vUh boak- 
easa, fraa^ icon, aad flraptoea, ate. 
ALSO «a B0« have ammtl tmlldia( sUaa aad tor- 
mattes to dwose from. CaB oae ^ oar II pre- 
tesaloBal sales assoeUtas tor aay of yoer real 
estate aaads. We cover Cbesapetf a! 

RICAROO, MC. REALTORS 
647-4966 

la OM Baart ^ Great IMdie" 

SSI WBBfftaWtl itt}. 
CIESAPEUCE, VA. ISSN 



Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 



3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 



484-4542 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 
tor 
i , f aople pUaaing Homes 
H 4 castom BnlldcM 
SALES OFFICE 
333 Providence Rd. 

CALL 464-931/ « 




BRADY 

Associates, Inc. 

Realtors 

plan ShoppiBg Center 

Office: 484-9600 

PAUL V. BRADY 

Res: 488-2271 



CHURCHLAND 
AGENTS FOR: 



CHARLES D. 
A SON, INC. 



JOHNSON 



SASSER 



wHIIVd) 



3S00 Tyra Neck Rd. 

484-6690 




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BASIC FLORAL 
DESIGN CLASSES 
Enroll now for April clas- 
ses at 2 locations: Prices 
Florist, Chesapeake; Vir- 
ginia Beach Florist, Laskln 
Rd. For information call 
422-3624 



LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfci^lk County 
Finance Co. 



Locally Owned 
482-3^81 

342 Battlefjeld Blvd. 
Wilson Slfiopplng Shopping 



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WOOD-N-THINGS 

Antiques and Furniture 

SALE SALE 

OUTDOOR FURNITURE 
Porch rockers A Swings 

WebqrandSdl 

3910 COLLEY AVE. 

423-4158 

We also do stripping and 

refinishing. 



SALE 



LIMITED TIME 
ONLY! 
Pianos 

TRADE-IN 

$300 

Regardless of condition- 
on any new piano in our 
showroom. Peele/Tollis(M| 
Piano Wharehouse, 5312 
BuUdingE. , Virginia Beachj 
Boulevanl, 490-1653 



Umi A w«t Ad 




* l-AirtainAlM ta- Sale 

••^■■■■BBmmpBiBiipppp 

ruvOTA amMXA, 1971. 

rebuilt engtae. M laipe^iaa 
stidcer, axoeBeitt tires, I 
track tape player, gets ex- 
ceiknt gas mikage, S5S0, or 
best offer. GiB 486-3430. 
tt^iAi.43M42S. 

CAtaXAOSevUlc. 1977. 
S,000 miles, all options. ■ 
guaranteed wttM August. 
$12,000 or best olfer.4gl- 
2800. 
.426 

VMJ[SWAGEN-197S Su- 
per Beetle LeOlrnKle. less 
than 17,000 actual iniles. like 
new, AM, PM, sun 
roof, $2,830. 347-3497 or 
347-4321. 

419 

7'TradM'Tntflers-Jaap» 

rOBIlMfPICIUF, 

Red, new 33$ angJoc whb 
only 7.000 n^s, short 
bed. exoeOeitt cooditiaa. 
$793. 393-6107. 




EARN $»4tt»cr worktof " 
tai yoar spwc IhK aa^:." 
■ta^ M too. No dettvering,^- 
no collecting, no risks. ., 
Rubbermaid Products, for,,. 
mwe infwmation call ,, 
Kfikbed, 461-8132. 
4i« 

HOUSEWIVES use your : 
free time for f^ or part 
time incflnM. Oood appctt' ^ 
unity in your own neighbor 
hood, 423-3834. 

412 . 

SSED Six Wmnen iataraa- , - 
tod learning $80. to $100. C 
weekfy. Part Una from 
ywtr homo. Call 420 - 0977 
1m tfipcbaiiauA. .•,; 
T.F.I , 

SYSTEMS ANALYST H ^ °" 

Acoedited coUege grad wi(h>' 
mi^ar in computer sdenoie/ 
math, engineering, aocouAt-' 



BEACB REIGBBORBOOD 
EMERGERCT 
ORAM A SEWER 
! SERWOtM»''J«'» 

Call Roaay Sawyaif asrytlm* 
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OHiPLETE BATRROOM 
REMODELMG 

No Job too Ug or too 
. Imodiate and per.- 
servlce. Low over- 
prices. We flaaaee. 
CaUaBytine.O.R. Stakes, 
WS-7StS or MS-OSSl 



JC8 PLUmiFfG - Re- 
pairs and modifieatkms. No 
job too nnan. 24 hr. sw 
vice. Low rates. «1-9106 
or 687-8002. 



FIHBLACX 

Noma 

Imp^ovainant 

Co. 

Kitten remodeling 
tethroom reaioldeling 
Almimun sMttng 
(kragM built 
Roonaddttiotts 
Cupei^ 
: PIreidaeM Imllt 
: Garage to Faaailyroom 
Coav«vkMis 
Toanaiett.in'Udott! 
SW-8«S m 397-7178 
Aafttee fur free eftimate 
Iff MMe registmd 
, eminam (16191) 




Mi 

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Rasoainioi uaoiwiQ 

: PNONi 627-9570 S 



Put your unneeded items 
to wwk for you bringing in 
$$$$. CaU 486-3480 for a 
kiw coot dassified ad. 



Peggy Knight 
Schoo^o^My^y• 

ANNOUNCES 

Openings in Piano-Theory 
Rythm Classes - Ages 2-5 
Member of the National 
Guild of Piano Teachers 
BA in piano - ODC 
M Ed. from UVA 13 
13 years experience in 
primary education and 
private piano teaching 



1206 Hawtboma Drive 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

Ph. 420-0554 



CLEANING Mew homeft 
and rentals. All kinds ci 
cleaning. Call 421-9787 



YOUR TOtED uphobtery 
can be cteaned and given 
new life by Debddli Miwic 
Mst. GaU 423-6083 for free 
estmates. 

426 



RUSSELL'S HOME 
IMPROVEMENTS 

Room ^tlflu. battreops, 
titelMBs, garages aadgManl 
repairs. CaUaayttea 
me asttaMtM. 4W-S77S 
lOyrs.exp 



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Builders 

Home lo^wremots 

Oaitewtors 

Qur^Bi^rv 

^MBAd^oaa 

AhBalannaUag 

ftiofs - Carpols 

KltdnRan»deUag 



£. Blaa,ft-. 
I Muit AVHMe .. 
ja^if^te, Va. 



OPEN FRI., SAT.. SUN. 2 P.M. 'TIL DARK 
BeanttfttI Brick Ranch ■ 

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msoBBEtaar bomes 

PRICES nmKf. $i4M 

Oi^onai: Gafage, rir^iace, central ^r. No Down 
Paymept to Veterans. Only $200 total cashre- 
ipiired of Vrteran Pa rchas e»''i 

Ibcaiod off Deep Creek Blvd. 

1/8 Bile BorOi of MUiiary Rwy 

AillfT COIBTRronMI A REALTY CO . St7-87«l 

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else's treasure. Sell it with 
a low cost classified ad, caU 
486-3430. 



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rilS PAtE FSI 

CllillYS 

( SEIVICES!* 



Kbueonl 
aovslhe 
whoto worid, 
but maybe 
jurta^ 
IINopiocOa 

Progress comes in 
inches. But even inches add 
^>. A few Ives here. A few 
IvM dMK. And what the 
Peace Corpa wl do for your 
1^ ia moa^m we can ever 
td you. Cd die Pnce Corps, 
^id m^fhe you en he^ get 
the wocU bad[ tf^etfaei^'a 
piece at a time. The Peace 
Cocpeissiwandw^ 
Caltolfree: 

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AUCTION SALE 

Sm. April 15, 1978 
lOKIOaJi. 

tAIN OATI: ¥flb.. APBIL », IfTB - lOM AM. 



DIRECTIONS From Petersburg, Va.: 
Route 1 and 301 North one mile to Happy 
Hill Road or Route 619, turn left, go one 
mile, farm on left. 



M. 504 DwmI Tr«ciar 

M. 440 D«mI TpKtar 

mi. H Tfsctw^ 

M. Siipar C Trcetor 

John Omi« Modal TOO Tractor 

MOO Mwl Groin Bin 



LonQ Pmhh* Combno 

Int. 3—14 PdMypo How 

Inf. i—i4J^.fkM 

Jolw 0—n }— 14 3i>t. Ploo 

4}' i" Grain Ay90r 

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I AM LOOKING ftar a 
mtture worU^ wooaa to 
sh»ea2he^ooei,2bath 
toar^Moe. Lo*e^ vm 
doaeHhQppkw, trmsport- 
Mioo. 464-«097. 



lioit- 

EAkAlB • i yoar 
^mb^sUp. Md $1^9 
sen for S77S or best aB^,t 

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YonrduHMadeooldba 
here, wiUaf your imnaa< 
eu noaaaBDKi wmam* \ ^ wi » 

■Itti&SiMMiHMiMBaa 
iS-UloiMbilaa for Sale 

ItnrOTA- 1977 Oelica lift 
back, less than 10,000 miki, 
air candhioned. Immaculate. 
482-2213 or 482-1771. 

428 

■UICK 1977 REGAL. ftiOy 
equ^iped, warrmty, i(S93. 
Can be seen at Avis, 
3440 North Kilitary Ugh- 
way, 853-4112. 
419 

197S PLYMOUTH. Sports- 
man, station wagon, excel- 
lent oondhioD, new tires, 
aU power, luggage radc, 
reclining teats. Paid 
$9,400. SeUiiar $3,500. can 
547-0543 

45 



419 

DATSUN fUk up truek. 
dean, 4 apoad, radSo, hea- 
ter, good paint. $1.8BS. 
481-fil0«. 412 

11-Boata, MwiaeSagyUes 

■■■■■aMiaaBaiMMm 
IEI8IY*28ll.,1968,with 
flyios brUge, engfaio newly 
overhnilad, new Bfanfaii top 
and canvas, new Lee out- 
rigger!, CB., depth finder, 
extras. Sup taichided. Ex- 
ceDeat oonditioa. $7,000. 

426 

MMHIP- 25' Sloop, sleeps 
5, faiboard, radio, 3 sails, 
equii^d cruise, 2 caMns, 
$11,500. Days: 393-2529. 
Nights: 4844181. 

426 

■OAT SLIPS - Lengths up 
to 80 feet. OU Lafayette 
Yacht Qub. Evenhigs. Sat- 
urday, Sunday. 587-5972, - 
489-3855. 

426 



1976-FaBD VAN, Mack. 
S.S. Mags, TA. Ra<8als. 
air oonditioiied, AiD power, 
headers, side pipes, sun 
roof. loaded.call 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 

419 



FIBERGLASS BOAT RE- 

'''BADtfoperieaced and have 
aO materials needed .to re- 
pair your boat. Free est- 
imates. Debbie Perdue, 425- 
6378.Qdl after 4:30.H 

426 



ART OF EGGEURY In my 

home. CUl Frank Isreal 
for Airther inftrmttion 
428-3^4, dub Demooatra- 
tion. 

45 

EXPERKNCX 1VAVEL • 

Programs t^ to chibo. and 
crganizatioas with a cboioe 
of dettinatiom. Qdl Oon- 
tmental Travel Ltd. 
488-4903. 

426 

THE FANNIE D. FINNEY 

Evangelistic Hour ouqr be 
heard every Saturdi^ at 1 
p.m. OB WPCE 1400 AM 
dial. For prayw aai Chrkt- 
ian counseliiv Ad 03-5092. 

tf 

THE FDa> IT SERYKZ - 

Share in the profts of Hems 
for sale or iteatt w^ed. 
You may tt any tbae offer 
for sale or Ikit Mtt iWi 
woidd Ul» to 1^ with m. 
Send UM toe ZEREK. P.& 
Box 29. LawrenccvOe, Va. 
238^. 

45 



PLYMOUIH STATION 
WAGON. 1968. power 
everything, good condition, 
runs well, dependabk. 

419 

1973 PLYMOUTH SPOKT 
SUmnAN, 9 passanger 

itatkn wagon. V-8. mto- 
matlcA/C,P/S,P/B.Na7 
inspection sticker, very 
dean, new frotit tires. 
77.000 mfles. has had very 
good care. $1.250. 425-0378. 
412 

FIAT-1972. 123 statioe 
wagon. AM/FM-sterio 
tape deck, new tires. Bine. 
good condition, dependa- 
ble, econamical. $900. 
425-8726 

45 

1177 PONTUC, TRANS 

AlI.Spedaladition.T-top. 
.aD extraa, 7,000 m&a, 
plaaae eafl- 461-5104 
— 412 

MEKCEM8 BKNZI933. 
220Cid»ioiet'V".aauk 
pre-war styling. A rare 
model. $8,000 firm. 481- 
46«. 

412 

197t HORNET, good tiresT 
radib. heater, new battery, 
good transports ion, wife'k 
car, moving. S490. OiU 
467-1818. 

43 

OUMSMGHLE- 1973 

Luxiffy Sefbn, ftiUy power. 
toBy loaded, trailer Utcfa. 
^AM-FM^tereo tape.ex- 
trM. air shodn, exoeBent 
conditioa S2. 000. 467- 
6794. 

426 

lf77 CUILASS SUrUMB 

Adhr equaled, warra^y. 
$4,^. Qm be sera at 
Avis. 3440 Mirth M^ary 
H^lhw«p.85M112. 
-419 



SAILBOAT- CLIPPER 

MK. 21'. fiberglass, motor, 
trailer, sleeps 4, head, ftilly 
e(iuipped, excellent cco- 
(fition, ready to sail, being 

tra|iMrifei>n^M}i;a--V Ui 
58PII87'' ?ftW ^' i^'.- 
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lOHNSOii OUTB0ARD6 - 

Full lekction of 1978^. 
hi tf horsepower ranges 
phis a Cbw leftover 1977^ 
at big savings. Viking 
Marine is Virghria"!! hrgest 
outboard dealer. The reason 
is vfkt, telectian and te- 
vioe. See us beftve you 
buy or you may owerpoy! 
)4 adfe West of Lynnhaven 
Inkt Bridge, miag 
Mtffaie, 3762 SIktc Drhre, 
4644939 or 464-3411. 
419 . 

SAILBOAT-1973 AFC Ame- 
rkaa 16'. 1975 2 1/2 
Evinrnde, auxiliary out- 
board, trailer, sails, boat 
gear, $1995. 481-5870. 

419 



lug or busfaiets administr^- , 
ion ud 1 yr. experience '# 
systems analyist wd desigit. 
Added experknee in 

- systems ani^sls and design.' 
or as iUBed fsoftaaabr 
tuy tubstitute ftr cdkge oii; 
bask of 1 yr. experknoe fof 
2 yn, education, added ex- ; 
perknoe as sUUed program^ 
mer may substitute for ih^, 

' yr% experknce in systems 
analysis and design. Shoiilg> 
be wilUng to work m Chesa- 
peake. Va. Starting salary 
$15,120. As vacancks occaf ' 
apidicants will be consideretf 
as they become eligible.- 
State appUcations (0.0. 
FORM P-12) availabk from; 
the kical Va. Employment' 
Commissions ami Va. Merit 
System and slKMld be re-' 

~ oehred by 5K» P.M., AprU 7, 
1978 at Va. Merit System,' 
Sttte Finance Buildfaig, 
Ridmond, Va. 23219. Ah 
equal an>ortuaity employer. 
4/3 

MOKTGAGELQAN 
OFFIQUL To receive and 
evahiate loan implications.. 
Prepare sun>kmental docui- ' 
ments and conduct apidi- 
cant/ property investigat- 
ions. Degree and experience 
required. Exceiknt bene- 
fits. Salary $12,000 plus. 
Send resume to: Virginig 
ikushig authority. ATTN: , 
Personnel Manager. Ill 
South 6th Street. Richmond, ' 
VA. 23219. An equal on>-f . 
crtunity enqiloyer. 

43 

lU-PoaUkaaWaHad .. 



DAHY 
IN • OUT SIRVICI 

LfNNHAVmMY 
STORAOCMAWNA 

I Via MM 



SEA BAIDEl - 1978 • 24 

foot. ead4y cmker. aB 
•xtraa. 240 CMC. 1/0. 
ntail $14,280, sale $8,986. 
E-Z kadar traflnv sate. 
Kaoiqr'a 847-5444. 

46 

BOAT niPS For Rent. 20' 
toW, yaarly. only 4 aBpa 
avaftUa. Puel. bait. ka. 
Fkhamaa's Whaif Ma- 
rina. ttB-mi. 



BAEXSITTING-Plymouth ^ 
Park, Lymnwood^iefis, ,...,^, 
neasttit Park, surrounding 
areas. Will give your child- 
loving cure hi Christian -!• 
home. Reasooabk rates- 
543-3869. •.' 

4ilK 

BAIYSmiNG4MY '""" 

HOME. 2 years and vp, . 
fenced yard, pky rooaa.,.p. 
References. Near Oreea.t; 
Run and Lymduven Par|c%; I 
way. 468-2643. 42^,'.; 

lAiysriTING-My hooK..^:. 
Great Bridge area, all ages. 

lots of love ud attentionK?* 
Qdl Jdter 4:30 weekdayi.*"' 
547-7264. ^5^ 

- ■ ^. 

mnBORANING, ' 

OaNHani, Chesqsefeke. '^ 
and INvtsmonth Areas. ->-"> 
Honest, ReUabk with 
references. Reasonabk 
rates. ChU after 3 P.M. 
399-2061. 3 

414 

- >;''.." 

■AIYSmiNG-BEACH ^"^l 
aRBA^ nqr home, hot meali^v 
need pkymate far n^ 2 year . 
dd. Lovhig care, reasonaj^ ,- 
prices. 4^-6832. ,- ^7 

■ABYS nriNG INDIAM^- 

mVER AREA-fai nv hoMaf 
Experienced, want l^f^ 
mates fiv my duU. .^Im^ 
meals, pfaqrrooai. days' f. 
nigltts. 343-4355. , ', 

419 't 






19n MON 
TE CAILO, ftd^ eqa^ped, 
WMraa«y, $43«!. Can be 
(can tt Avta, 3440 North 
MKiry I^hwi^. 853-4112. 
419 



12'fiharglaie heat with ir 
INhy traOer ■ new whad 
baai^^ &«at eendtknl 
$808.,'lf«ftaf BOit aaU 
48044». 

45 

MMaMiMMBmAM 
118-1 



CIHtVliil-1973 T-t«p, 

i« odB^ootag. power 
wtaktem, tflt wha^ oMg 
wk0ali.»,OOOaBes.AM- 

m, wttc. »m. 

430-5370. 

4U 

VnmcS- 1970. 2 doot, 
tfa^, chrtdi with 3 
dma, good pahit,. 
telttk6arr$0D.oyi 
!-332lQr'a5411g. 



^1973, 330 hofse- 

sr ste«tai/hr- 

Uauxf *, tmti «■ 

IwdM setta, tft w- 

h^ o»<* slA. vtad tap. 

^n. «1.3S2 

^^ 426 



AfW - Be part of the 
ObBoroitt FmhioD World. 
Avon can show you how 
to have your own be^y 
business. Sett ftmous cos- 
■Mlct ud l^agraaces in 
your own terrkory. ChD 
481-3631. 

ADVEBniNGajMl 
PANY aeaA 23 men nd 
WiBeBtoiotekphone t^m 

wort.] 



TUTOR KEMPS VILLEt^ 

ARSA-Your home or nflnel' 
WiU tutor m .readiM 
disabilities, math aflln' 
English. Grades 
Certified teadKr. 424-2 

H 426 ;'^ 

f ll-Bii^Maa l^^|wlNi^ ' 

, AVON- YouVe Got Whtt h 

, Takes to be a sensational 

g sdesperson.Ifyon^aee^ 

ting peo^ and warn w' 

B m^ extra BMBey,> yetd 

kwe seU^ Avon. Ffaid oik 

abott the excitement, the 

recogidtian, tN earnings. 

€all«9-3333. 43 n 

19- Local iMtnictiwi Classejj^ 

' ftWr^Ommiftt, Cortifiad 



Day aad ev^^ 
shifts awflaMi. OMrMfeeed 
sda^Mi bo^BM. 0^ 
orttHUas l9i' advanoamoM. 
Afftar in panoa. ^0 Vk 



Fk^f • Bid- 

altfte haa hai^imai's 
ai.^at ?mm Road, 

T.P. 



81-PrtvM MbiKtkB 




^,Mrsai 

11. masn k< 

^ae P1»k Vktfida tn^ 

9 a.B. - 1 p.m. ^ 



^h J ~^^W 



^ ^^^^^l^i^^^P^pifPpipp^»ipi»^^^^^Pi"^I^^IHIII^»^ |i fi.J I- 



w w:w w ^ w wm^ 



■M H * w m 



•ir^^^ w m tm ft m w 




IpCMEKANIAN PtlWY. 
Ifflde, 4 DOBths oU. ^C 
IregJltered with papers, 
Imidttare lixe, (fairk attm, 
to good home oety. hes t 
Ijffer, 486-6589 

119 , 

OOCKERS, AKC Refiiter- 
.d, 6 weeb dd, 3 buff 

ptrti obiored. SIOO. 
. 27-8055.45 

ASENII-Femak, one year 
d, good with Children, 
KC registered with 
ipert, S150.. CUl even- 
gs 487-9062. 
9 



nSTLY PAST MINIA 
IME DASCHUND pup- 
ies,: 6 vceiu aid, 2 
laiM, 6 fenalet, adorable, 
} <cood homes aaif, $5. 
47,4849. 

li 

offcEt eIpandel pups 

i^ks oU, AKC Regi- 
ered, Male« red and 
ifg, mother ami fkther on 
ejgo^es, good with chil- 
^ 583^4870. 
'^K. 

tittered. Champion 
tdnc, 7 weeks, sihrer/- 
riioi and aeant, S200, 
^233 or 388-8985. 

'''. - 412 

ASiNH- male, 3 months 
|<W shots «id wornwd, 
KC with papers, Ouun- 
ion blood lines, $173, 
/enifaigs 487-9062. 

-TP-: '~~~ ' 

'.NOISH SETTEB- mix, 
;male, year oU, |KMse- 
raised, aU shots. Great 
/ith kids, neefjs kwing 
UfiSty and romfNng room, 
IQ. 425-5698. 

19 

OOUBMAN PUPNSS- 

^ECRegiitered, Muk. 
uKv Damasytt, Warkdt and 
£qFHllUdodline.33 
■•haliylons hi 3 generations 
a dimt side. 28 diampiont 
m sires side.421-3523. 

419 

HHELSH TERRIER, male, 
AKC registered with pqiers 
ihots, good with kids, 
fitft show home, S150., 
evMlngs 487-9062> 
411 

Pa^OANIAN-TOY 
PUmES- AKC Register- 
ed, male and feinle. 10 
weeks old, make good pets, 

lAASAAPSonippy- 

4 months oU, all diots, 
warned, paper traiaAd, 
AKC Registered, female. 
'Slirtj«atakwe.-$2S0. 
481^15. 

.. 426 

GBIilANSHEPARD. 

Pi^, AKC registered, 
btailic and silver. $125. 
nioAr 587-3344. 

■^ 426 

, •>ri8-Pat»WTicw 

SatBOL Cor Dogs ofliers 
private or smdl group 
lesiMi at your oonveiyence. 
BMi; <^e^Bce and show 
rii«trainfaig. 393-6526. 

420 

^M)rH MP Pet Sal'jo. 
grodnidng, batUng, b<iird- 
te. Master Charge-^Hka w- 
ekome. Introductory'' offer 
I0« off first vbit.481-1400 
between 9;S weekdays. 
42*' 

VliteDaA lEACB DOG 
imMNDW; regktrttkn 
XiHl 6.. Oaases start 
A0bQ 13. Late registratioB 
««Hpted. cidl Tmi Wolff 
4^112 853-0087. 4 19 

tflMOttL'SK-fCoileta- 
Grdjip or |»lvate olwdaee 
daaaea, iMtactivo tniidBg 
fprjonr horn* or bwineaa, 
•nriiiv thoae who demand 



U- 



let 



« 



■anea-Ca^ Eet. 

■ammaHlmnHi 

irib^ APPALOOSArad 

h«^AraMm.2yMrsoid. 

fUft^ ^iddk tad 
iachidMl. $6^ 48^ 

f 412 

'•*•'"' — — 

l.SEGBIXimi qytft« 
hana. mm, 1S4 ud 15 
hMds. Sorrel. Qm be 
AbwB. 3 and 7 ye«s old. 
Moed to sen. 460-2937. 

412 



PnflO • Appalooia. 13.4 

UhHU, m rtPti. good COB- 

44MMti0B, ^od sted pa«P. 

* 4^etfs m, ^NB brehs, 

gMtle but headstroM. 

f»r48.7290. 



412 



HUNnai PONy-12.2 

hands, very gentk, good 
for beghmer, exceUeitt 
jumper, fflue ribbte win- 
ner, price $750,good home. 
488-1202. 



ANIIQUS fREMkb^i- 
room i^e - OraiM^ Wtid, 
by Ridgeway. 9 vtKiesi one 
of a Idnd sec-td^ip^tee. 
COOO. 4264301/ tt946a5 



426 



tl-AtlldaakriBte 



SHIPMENT new brand 
nune children^ dothes 
greatly discoumedl Polly 
Plinderli. Ryth, OadereUa. 
Just For KUk, London 
^idge Shopi^ Center, 
4867*480. 



. 419 

LAWN MOwn-Good con- 

ditioo. satisfectkn guaran- 
teed, $35. 853^51. 
419 

SEWING MACHINE PF 
AFF. German nxxtel. 1212, 
20 stiches, excellent con- 
ditidn, $500. OsU 4860568. 

^'a 



AUTVMN HAZE MINK 
STOUtperfBd ooodition. 
$250 or best oflbr, 499- 
3(07. 

419 

FRANKLIN FIBEFLA- 
CS, conmlete with ciiim- 
nay. roof vanta and llra- 
plaee sat. EbEeeDent eondi- 
tioD. Saaifie* kr $175. esU 
S8841S4 
^ 48 

lEMtNGTON 1100. 12 
gauge 28" moiBflde rib, soft 
case, excellent oouttka, 
$175. 42MS27 
_^____ 426 

"Hw FBEWOOO UNO" - 

aU Oak. 8/4 ton ^Hck. 
a^, stadMl and d»- 
Uvaffd-NOandapa-SST 



■ 4M 

ALL TYPES of new and 
used, restaurant and bar 
equipment. Hours 8:30- 5. 
raxie Scales, Inc., 1008 
Graiby Street. 623-7073. 

426 

CRAFTSMAN RENCH 
GSININEIUl/4horsepower. 

brand new oond te ion. $50 or 
best oObr.Qdl after 4 P.M. 
543-6607. 

426 



11QEWATER . ^ Yk. ... 

mm laOn ffivar Bond. 
420 - 8808. Ba«MidRionad 
vaeonna ^.96 up. KMiy 
awvjea. t.f. 

BBCMTOTMWEP, guod 
(jpidRgr Uitfclia, irfiaael- 
o^yoa. an atoa and ^Tpoa. 
CqUajr Avwmts Bi^ 
Siiop, >7tii St. A Collar 
Ave. 822 - 0006. ^ ^ 
— — r^-. ■ ■ ' ' ' 

LAWN MOWQt - or 

Wisard wttk graaa eatdiar, 
a^juataUe oMaf lavd, 
nsed 8 montha. eoat |U8. 
wfflaaBfer880.482«)86. 
48 



MuatadM 
trinuiivr. (oatea ti' immar . 
also horaa and dog d^ 
pars. Seofisea Barber S«]»- 
l4y A EHiarpanfiif Swvke. 
edl»7-4488 

. «_ 

POWER MOW1S-22-. 

&uwsr wttk graas eatdh 
•r.awdeoadilioa. Moviag 
to&ido.f80.48l-481£or 
626-2806. 

48 

GOIBAII 8ILVEB ckaf- 
iac dU. S Goriwm sfivar 



JL 



OAK OTFICE DUKS. 

stad boetawes. 10 arii- 
cellaaeoas oak pieces, 
depression glast. dolls. 
A|ad«B Ump, wMer tiMM 
and dudn iad aaidi aott. 
I9th Century Astlques, 
318 West 2lsf . Street, 
open 10-7. 7 diQrs. 625- 
9119. Dealer. 
419 

SQUARE OAK DINDIG 

TAHJE with 5 large legs. 4 

caoed seat ekdrs, cobh 

pleuly*refli^hed, cxosOett 

cendiUan. 

$450. CaU 481-1237. 

m HEC H ■OEEVniE 
POrnBY, aOO pleoM cast 

iron OoBeetMes, saveral 
ebina eriiioets. Oak Grove 
Flea MtfM. 910 Ode Grove 
Road.aiisapeakaS47-l300. 
426 

l7-Ro«8« HoM Goads 



FUA MAUST No. 3. 

SSlSSeathMUtarylNh- 
wt9. Off Frtt^, Satar- 
ity, tod^.onfy 1(M. In- 
side stalls and table set-ivs 
Ibr rart. tt stalls to serve 
yoB. Free admtesion. 487- 



iM*UMMdCsrdM 



tf 



m 



EBjmAftm 

17 an. It.. 



FURNITURE, 1904 set 
encydopedias, Admirid re- 
frigerator, '^hes, pots-B- 
pus. sffliB ipiiliances. 
lamps. hdttadMd items 
very reasMiiAla prices. 
4894B87.419 

SOFA- Cbntaavorary styk, 
green, black and white 
piakL Good oandftka $85 
or best olfer. Qril 855- 
7718 after 5 gj B. 419 

OQUCH and CBAB-Bariy 
American, 6 fott sofii has 
a qoeen siia Ude^Hvay 
bed. matddag dndr, Hsr- 
cukB ftibric. V.ac, $293.. 
428-7602. 419 

REFiUGBRATQll - GBN- 

BRAL BLBCnUQ 14 cu. 
ft., Wbbe, exeeBaat oqndi- 
tion. $125, 486-7988. 
412 

WABBEB4MtyiX Bean- 
tiful WUripool mPERr 
lAL, graen, naad 8 waAs- 
8 year wan'aaty ■ 



^»LI»EN« CLOTHBS 

wanted fior re-s^. brand 
aames. Just For Kkis, paw 
md wed iafiutts through 
c hBd ir ai doihim. Iiflndoa 
Brii^c Shopping Center. 
4864480. 419 

CASH ON TBS SPOT 

tar used ftindture and 

appSaaees. CkD B.AS. 

Fwakwe Company. 62S- 

3376. 

4 19 

: Wl bay aaad T.V.'a. aai- 
^aBsfa. and nisakin la- 
ateaearid Amarkaa T.V., 
SBK b^aa Sivar Road. 
VifiiniaBaadl. 410 -8086. 

'" , . y.i .■!. 

■nUBUNS, r^, iad 
passis. tadvaa. sawda. 
UpaaataaadaU^^war 

infanRiat of 
CoQaetor «81 

pay top 188. 487 -1888. 

^ J39 

PIHVA1V PARTY wishes 
to boy sterhng sHvar, 
Strativari ptttera by WaD- 
aoe. Oont^e seuhig or 
iadividual pieces. 4%^ 
1746. ^_ 

ll/2ta21>r2eBbklbat 
Reft^atar Itar ooli^a 
dam. ml pay a ftdr price. 
48440SO. 

426 

ms hv diaaionda aad any 
a of foU. 481 - 8881 



uaaier, 



♦ f 



bought 
Pidd 81 



8800 will aaeriflee 
$800,480-4888. 

4K 



NAUnCAL RKMB WANT 

ED- (iffonanieters. btam- 
ades. steering wheeb. sh^ 
lights, diving helmets, eng- 
ine order telegrvk. other 
items. Mghest prices paid. 
461-2463 or 420-2011. 

r 426 



iM-^-pi, 



NUtVUfW Bare Oaiaa - 
Nerfob's meat pompiata. 
Bay, adi. trade. Baying 
aihrar eoina. 42 SoatiMra 



RBOROQM suns -double 

bed with matresses. dres- 
ser with tall ndrror. "^5 
drawer cheit».: excellent 



m 



SS( 



-Whirl- 
pool- 1 year dd, axceUeat - 
conditkn, wUte. 17.1 ca. 
ft. $300. nease caB 497- 
3134. 
45 

RIAUnFUL KING SIZE 
WATER BED, padded 

frMBi, pednt^ and custom 
designed heaOoard, 5 
months old, 800 new, set q) 
faidnded $293. 399-2081. 

412 



with eoven, JaedMn 
diah wfth erudMd vdvat 
imhobtanr. 407-8BS. 

M^rnrt^ii i - ** 

I 



88 PIECES 

TUBE; ewad |^ ode 



pmaaimi i^baiK (Maatal 
^fauu QaraMi 



9U9. 



48 



/BOX 
SPgll«i8. imBD/kaaRis- 
ed41S.OO aal-np, A^piiaB- 
eaa. Ootl^. nfai^ Ua- 
limilad.NawN'Uaad.801 
ViigiBiaBaad^Bfcd.488» 
7841. 

,. . ,. . -.; '48 

TBLBVBION-iiMthfcii &" 
oolar, toadi tdaiiw. Just 
finished, e»fie1lenc oontftfqa. 
ready for cabiaat. SOB. 
34MS47. 

41? 

MACNAVOK STBRIO 

console, $223; Near Fridai- 
dai« Dry«r. $223; Wom- 
08% BagNsh 10 apeed. 
$110;Sath|waddfa«gowa. 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m. 

426 

CAPTAO<SBBD<twta 

be<0, hud made of 
nd^ifaw Miu^Hiy. 2 
targe storage drawers, 
exoeBent ocnditien, 873, 
545-3987. 



OUAUl^JJoSEttsol^ 

itabe dJawcwd, ^ipraised, 
$19m sacrifice. $10,000; 3. 
cant dumond oodrtail ring, 
$1,SOO, 481-7933 
jfterXP-M- *i9 

TfSodndaptoST" 
aamaMMaamiBBaaBmMnMi 
OOWB- <BAIN FED - tat 
the freeitf. .40 cenu a 
pomidl AU our cnstoners 
are satisfied. Wa deliver to 
packfaig oon^aay. 4W4244. 
tf 

HD YOU KNOW Tide- 

waters eidy aathamk Mex- 
'icaaRaataamt is oprafor 
haediiaaOdi^.BlSoiK 
brwoMtxIcaa Rastaaraat, 
3629 Shore Drive. 

FRESH SBAffOQD Chnght 

daily, OroBii'k Saaiaod 
Mtfket. Mtf kat of Vlrgfada 
Beadi, 427-$S74. Open 94 
daBy. 

OYBlfas - IjBBhavaa, 



CASE MBm- 
nBtCoioMandali 
a^oakbad.18191 
^m: twte J"ti*i hade. 
88B«19daiyU4. 
- ■ 48_ 

ianmgm Victorian 

bdooB bade antched Mt of 
6 tttai^ room -^frs. Bx- 
ce^eoadMea. Must be 
s<M 4o inaectade. $S0O. 
Firm, 4^-4983 

^ 

OilMMirtAlfilllURSft 
naiOWTOBT. At fte 

no. imm. 

ftiiBiiltoart 80 1 
with ttb 



FLEA MAIKET-nu laa- 

lorM^SdnoLlOSdSoath 
L^idhma Road, AprI 15, 
l»4(rahi date Apr! 23). 
^aees^.l^orl 



(^Weaha ftod'a SeaiBed 
BaalaBiaat.offLlttis!(a& 
Bd.. Eari ftnith. 8404171. 

M-LaaaaadCardia! 

TffiSHttNG^^^^ 
TiBBel Praa copy « pg. 
naatfaw Gaida CMdog tai 
ooKV-anneaiqr vagasaa 
largest groans of fruit 
trees, ant trees, berry 
piuts,^4ie idaes, tauid- 
■vsqicpmni aaawrau. 
WajniMbero Norseries - 
Wayae^orobVkghria 
22980 426 



OOWMAHmBHavrove 

yoar aoR. 1/2 tonpkk- 
iV tniA lead $33, d^ 
vcred toycar gwdn glat. 
623-9»2dker4p.ni. 419 



JU2- 



Sry Of T» MAFIaa 
aiarket aad Cntt danr. 
Aprils. 10a.m. •?».«. 308 
13^ Street. 82 taUM. b- 



t4iael.Atae 



Fa«al.lBe. 
188-1118. 



Jadt N. 
-TBMor 




nSA MABKCT SSTIA- 
VAAGAlttMlM9t«» Oal- 

MlOPCandt. 




No 



lACML TOUCH 

-'•^•' Hum is bouid 19 



wiA Ae emydsy Ufe of your 

immiiM l r T awK than your 

aew^Mpcr. 



VECZTAU2 A BEDD- 
INO PLANTS- cabbage, 
tomato, cauliflower, 
strawberry idants, A pan- 
sies. Beb% Berries Green- 
house, 1315 Kempsvilk- 
Road, Chesapeake, Wgin- 
ia. 547-3335. 

412 



■rawoif-fe-raaaoN* 

tkaTa DM -Vm ua Imt 

PLANT SiUC ^APRIL 7-8. 
Beddb^ Md vegetaUe 
piutM. S9 sM» per tray. 
Things IMUmhed New and 
Used. 501 Wghiia Beadi 
Boulevard. ^8-7841. 
426 

I«EP GARD»4 ULLING • 

The Graved way. 421-M47. 
436 

com MANURE - $10 per 

irick-up kMd. Will load your 
trade. 421-92M. 
426 

FOB UKXEATION. profit 
and exardsagrow your own 
produoe aad ea}oy superior 
qu^y. Free oon^ost and 
water. Mooreli Rem a Gar- 
den. 497-5189. 

426 

Igg-FtfBEqaipaioat 

TRAOOMOBN DEERE- 

lOhsp., 42' cut, roto tiller 
attadmient faiduded, Bx- 
oeBent eondition, new eng- 
faie, $1,100. can 481-1842. 

419 

KOT0-1ILLIN6 - Any 

-aaetlon, any abe job, $6 iq». 
Tree aatbaataa. 858-2676. T 
.426 



-JOHNSON PARM 
8. 



TmWATER'S MOST 
POPULAR FEATURE 



FREE 




ttyaa have dag ere 
■ yaardaadledad 
adiaew 

ky 



yea wa^ ta give aw^r. we wfil 
FREE. Yea, that'a rifht, wal raa 
TUa la a pdrib earvlee 



Year FREE BEE ad wB 
|fwdie a alee hHM lir year 
have ta give away, yei 

8a eaO 4884488 ta 



AaiRR'a 



else yea 



FU£BEEadtad^ 




O-FreeBet 



8-FfaaBat 



^ 



Three dogs, 1 poodOe 
w/papere. male, pdw a 
poo. nude, 8 yre., ItaUaa 
greyhound, fomala, vaty 
good irith diikfam. aU 
have tiiair dwto. 6484881 
aftw 6:00 p.m. 



LARGE DOG, male. 12 
noaths old, part Lab, good 
wfth eUMren, free to good 
home. Call 488-2870 after 



FREE STORY HOUIr to 

dUMren to h^ waridnf 
pamta, forehflnanagoai 
to 6, on WethMadays at 7 
p.m. and Satardaya at 11 
a.m. Cheaapeata Head- 
Boartars Ubnaj hi Graat 



8-Fraa 



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qoartar 
Brid|a^ 



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hay aad eata, 545- 
8SM. 

829 

n-TV Radio 

WR in^dl Antenna's. 
Udw day and niriit h<«w 
calls. WC and BAC. New 
and need T.V.'a Ameriean 
T.V., 4884096. ^^ 

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MwDlTAINSt'A tax plade 
fiir youngsters of any age. 
Plenty to do on Lake and 
300 acre WiUUfe Minage- 
ment area. Fbhhig, boat- 
ing. hiUng. games. TV. 
Spadous Hvfaig area. 5 
bedrooms, 2 baths, diadem 
Utdwn. Perfect fcr large 
groiva. Deer Tfadc, c/o 
Daa Stiddey, Jr., 600 W 
Market St.. Harrbonbarg, 
VA, 22801 

426 



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FREE^fEE Black, male, 
Cbdcer Spaniel. 7 years, 
female dachshund, spayed, 
3 years. Both registered. 
To good home only. 484- 
7906 



HB OUR FRIEND - Adopt 

and give ymv tove and 
home t» our animala. We 
need your help. Porte - 
mouth Humane Soeirty. 
8974004. 

t«EE njPPY, male, all 
black. 647 - 4841. 



WARNINGI 
Aeeerdlii«todM Cheaa- 
oecMey, 
have been 
thoPREEBEE ad- 
te eb- 



eratery 

ttaamaeSedety, app ear ta 
be vary erdiaaiy people. If 
yea waa* ta give year 
aaiasal amiy aad have aa^ 
deabt abart the ree^lert, 



vBHSE to good heme. 
Tlirae year old naulacad 
null dog. Eieallaal watdi 
dog. Very frtaidly W aot 
a houae pat. 4884818. 

raXD A F1UI or spea«ar 

to your Best dub m e a t- 
faig? The Cheeapeake Pab- 
Ue Library ofhn nae pto- 
paau OB cultural affairs. 
moWea and aew bodu. 

PUnmS - 1 male and 7 
females, all diflarent mix- 
aa. any color, beautifld 
maikinga, all are wormad 
and haia had their diota. 
646-7488. 

FEMALE Daehshund, 
pad^reed, dx yeara M, 
qiayed, to good home with 
fenced in yard without 
amaU ehildran. 424-4614. 

PART German Shepard, 
female, approximataly 4 
months, free to good home 
wiUi fenced yard. 421 - 
9667. 



FUE HORffilMANURE 

Ibr gardens, odl 421-2546. 

Free pundes - 9 weeks oU, 2 
mdat, 1 fetade, part odlie, 
pvt be^le. 482-1054 after 
6Ki0pm. 

RLACXRARRITtoagood 
hooM, faidudes cages, 
499L4351 

PHVATB BREEDER will 
give frae home to wild 
awki, haiHn, or aay Mrda 
aot wairtad by owner. Abo 
(raa eaia to iajurad birda. 
State Parmtt 800064. 
Wrfte Ridt at P. 0. Box 
18488. Chadapaaka. Virgi- 
nia SMH. 



NEED a eonuiiuity ndad- 
ed apeakar to your dvie 
groiqi? CaU 480-9671 be- 
twaan 9 a.m. and 18 noon. 
Monday - Friday. 



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PUPPY - Female, dgfat 
weeks, Mack and brown, 
active and frieadtar. 421 - 

7218. 

KITTEN, 4 montha dd, 
black and white nuJe 
Uttra. 486 - MOe 



proaqit pidt-im of 
iW^ianoee, ftunhure, W 
aewaiaa. All doaatiooa tax 
deduetibie. For the benefit 
Va. Beaeh rrfeada Sdiod, 
call 488-7841. 

DOG - male, part Lab and 
part baagfe, 8 yaaara old, 
rafead with difldran. Mov- 
ing and cant take pet. 
4824028. 

4 MALE piq>piea, 1 female,' 
part Seottie, 11 waeka dd 
heattlnr, to a good home 
pnlyrM7 - 5406. 

FUiE Oardan ^aee, 
Graat Bridge area. 545- 
1168. 



DONTPAYFORR.Get 

it i^ at the Haadquartara 
Cheaqieaka PaUie ybrary 
OrigfealadntingB Iqr loed 
artiata. BoOywood awviae, 
and aeu^Uwa to daeorato 
ywir home. Wa alao have 
"' loadaof fkaetafermaUeato 
daeorate your mlad. 

FREE • Spadal 8 year dd 
atoryhour at Chawyaake 
Headquartara Ubranr in 
Great Bridge. Every Tbm- 
day at 11 a.m. 

-BUYER PROniCnON-lf. 

you're fai Um aiiriMt to a 
uaed ear, thare'a a firm few 
to protect you agaiaat odo- 
meter flxtag, r^lag badt 
the mOeaga eountar. Write 
to the frae feUer, "Con- 
aumer Pretaetloa Undbr 
New Aatitampariag Odo- 
meter Law' CtwB tibe Na- 
tioad Highway TraflleSfe- 
ty Admiaiatiatioa, 40Q 
SavMitii St., 8W, Wart- 
iBgtoB D.C. 80880. 

SAMOYED/Keeshound 
mixed puppies, parents 
registered, two females 
aad one male. 464-3433 

2 REAUTIFUL KITTENS, 

10 weeks dd, ready to a 
new home. 421-2433. 

CAT-kmiMred, tortolee 
dieU female. 1 year oM. 
488-1814 after 4 D.m. 

HOSIE to unwanted sewfaig 
nHKUaes aad vacumn clean- 
ers. We will i^k up. call 
486-2111. 



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T1MRiW4«B1 } bed- 
' room ranch, 2 ftdl bath- 
rooBis. livtaig room, dining 
room, den with fireplace, 
utility room, garage, 2 
patios on corner kit. dish- 
washer, garbage disposal. 
$48,500. $3,500 and as- 
sume 8 per cent VA. 
Inunediate occupancy. 
Owner- 4994)426. 



B«»ch fSJanSa^ 



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426 



•New 

apartments aocross from 
Great bridge High Schod. 
1 and 2 bedrooms, italty car 
peted, modern Utdien-aii 
V#Banoes. £205 to $2«0- 
547-7161. 

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ARROWHEAD • 3 bnl- 
room, 2Vi bath towdKne. 
ihfldly room, aB i^plian- 
oes. storage room, carpet- 
ing, excellent conditkai, 
482-3198 or 4274033. 

412 

188-WaaladialNat 
■eaSrBo^ISa 

Room with kitehni prive- 
leges or garage apartment. 
Rnsondde to June and 
July tat 2 responsible 
female cdlege Jmdors with 
kxid references. 489-1888. 
419 

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3 betfrooni 2 1/2 
baths, washer. <fcy«, dU- 
sd^ 'MHria|«wL 
irea. V^ pod 
priviaages. 497'49a6. 

43i 

TBOBOUGBOOOIMy 

awaw-Cd- de<aC . Mwv^f 
t r ee d . 3 bedkaom Mdc 
mch. Screeapo^ bvge 
dm with ih^iitooe. kSd- 
$70%, 464-5936. 

«6 

CBUtLEST0WNB4 bed- 

rooaH, 2M batteoOBSs. oor- 
'an to, heat p^^R Mt- 
ta-kftchea, fennd ^^ 
rooBB, storms, attfe fea. 
VJL^^aMama,' 
S5.300. «4-S08. 

41S 

RAYBLANDUvaferBet- 

t^ 3/4 acre oa Long CNek. 
I ehsiwfi hflUM mv^bbA 
20x40* h^ffoeadpadL Park 
y^ boatt b^de ei^ leag 
Mmtl»- Onm Room 
withBrqilBoe.l^Miira bed- 
nomhasfir^daea.48l48«.' 



SAVE 7 PER CENT 
REAL ESTATE OOM- 
MlSSICm- LAKE SI^IITH 
TERRACE- Brfck ranch; 
2300 square feet; 3 bed- 
room. 2M baths, large 
den-llreplaoe-beaffl ceiling. 
Hot water heat, hardwood 
floors. 650 square fbot 
garage, many extras. 464- 
5929. 

' 45 

KEMPSVnXE -3 bedroom 

2 bath, fireiriace, dose to 
1-64, tow $40%, wimng to 
sell on assumptkn of g per 
cent kian. 467-1814 
45 

STRATFORD CHASE - 2 

atory Mdi eokadd, wood- 
ed kit. 4 bedrooms, 2 >/k 
hatha, |dua room over don- 
Ue garage, priced to gol 
^ Owner. 487-1722. 
412 

OOULEGE PiOUK - 3 bed- 
room ranch, 2 baths, feaa- 
Oy room - fireidaoe, large 
khdmi, fenced yard, pod 
aad tennis privfleges, 
$50,000% 4244424 

45 

FAmiElJ) • 4 bedroom,' 
qiproaAbv perfection hi 
des^B. qmdhy, mid Hva- 
bOty. Bat^i-Utcbett, 2Vi 
baths. fiaAy roon»-flre- 
idaoel 2,300 square feet. 
^44780 
45 

ARAGONA VILLAGE- 4 

beihoam, 2 hath, Ovie 
Cbd. dl KpfBacml ItXXf 
den. carpeu. infM, fen- 
ced, sidng. VAJTHA ap- 
prdsed. $33^100. Agem- 
oamer. 499-5164 

45 



.PRE8TiGrai» NEIGH- 
BMHOCX). Abaost new 4 
bedroom two story with 
ESP. Quiet wooded corner 
lot, beautiftdly fendscapad 
and fenced. $62,500, call 
463-0392 

45 

LARKSPUR FOREST - 

Newly decorated, 4 bed- 
room, brick home. Oeatrd 
afr, fefflily room with 
beamed ceiling. Modern 
eat-in Utdien, large 
wooded kit on quiet cul- 
de-sac. 490-2091 
45 

PEMRMKE MEADOW8- 

Immacubte 4 bedrooau, 
custom fireplace, oeatrd 
air, frunily room, carpeting 
drqies. Reasonably priced- 
tow $50%, 4904221. 

tf 

KINGS GRANT- Lakefront. 
2 story Odonid. 4 bedroom. 
2 1/2 baths, femily room, 
fireplaoe. cettrd dr. maiqr 
extras. 486-3539. 

436 

KINGS POINT- Charmfaig 
imA, huge tot fines cul- 
'dd-sac. backs to woods, 3' 
bechoom, den with ihepl- 
aoe, great kitdien. Heat 
pump, tow Vepcd $58,500 
by owner. Qpen touse 
Saturday, Simdqr, 1-4. 
486-2115. 

45 



Sl-Pw Salt Chesapeake 

■aaammaHmaBBBBMaaaiBmi 

PLYMOUTtfPAll^*^ ^ 
OWNSR-3 betfroom, car- 
pets, paneSag, remodeled 
bathroom, new duadaim 
sUbig, fenowl garage. 
$2g.000 or assume FHA 
toan. no agents. 423-2460. 

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WINNltRACaO>197S D-il. 
sla^ 8, bath with shower, 
air oomBttonod, with gen- 
erator, exoeUett condition, 
$12400. 499^2400 or 835- 
8242. 

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TiganltaaOfiaiad'' 

■ffmm SITTER- Reliables 
toed tomer teadwr witt 
house-sit resort home this 
summer. Will give toving 
care fdants-animds. Refer- 
ences, call 1-703-532-6510 
481-1207. 419 

ROOFING REPADU- Ex- 

perianeed • any typo, audi 
jobe. Call night or day. 888 
-9024 or 8874710 ahop. 

T.F. 

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GREAT RRIDGE - BAT- 
TLBWOW MBAOOWS- 
New coiodd ruch wkh 
WiBfamMbttrgtodc3bed- 
roooH, den with ftreplaoe, 
hud made cd^iets. room 
over ^ri^, $54,900. 547- 
7161/482-^11. 

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CAmAflB 
887400. ^deas naA, 8 
1 1/2 ha^M, 

' yud. 

Owaer-Agaat.8«a-»S. 

412 



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NOBUOVA gatriAlRS • 

Bride raa^ 1 yoa dd. 3 
bedraoB, 2M car gan«e. 
»,300 ud assume, 420- 
5442. after 6 p.m. 3414405. 
412 

WttTOVBR- 3 bed^ooai, 
1 M baths r«du targe eat-in 
kkAok. Ob 2 acre Corner 
tot; tow $30%, by owaer 
543-3137. 

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2 YEAR NEW4 bedroom. 
1 M bmk Ododd MMfe with 
attached garage on treed 
to.S3S.300 VA apprdsed, 
5434M1. 

419 



1973 -hfld Mater 
Open Road. Ford chasis. tow 
ndleaga. ndny oondhton, 
priced to seB. 4844547. 

426 

1878 VOLKSWAGON-Pop 

topmaver. latwto. tlrae. 
and engin^ Uw new. E- 
qu^ied to eaavhia. Muat 
aalL 4614104. 45 

SKAMPU- 1972 pop iqi, 
sleeps 8, gm aad electric 
relHgerator, port»potti, 
has awning, very good 
condition. S1500.4674794. 
426 



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FOOEPLAGBS- Ifeve a 
custom firepfane bnOt hi 
your home at a reasonaUe 
prto by Mdmll A HU. 
flreptaoe tpadalhts Beeas- 
ed. bonded A taswed- 
RBfermoM; 482-3636. 
tf^ 

HOMBIMPRITTE' 
MENT8 npain, mafaitm- 
aee.8tdaHeM8ad.F%aa 
Estimataa.. IVosapt. eoar- 
QaaH t y par- 
.488 -1844 or 487 
-2880. 
TJ. 

LrarriAiaiM - trndi 



"A dirty ddmnay io a 
dangarooa thtaf." For. 
mora faitomatkm eaB 480- 
0417. BAC/MC aeeeptsd. 
. 46 

rinNITURE - REPAIR- 
ING * BESTORINO. Let 
na raeeaiMttoa yoar aa- 
tkpie, ofBee. or hoaBefera- 
itare. Plaaoa tod Raadoa- 
dde. ReHaUo. Fraa eat{. 



PERSONAL AND BUSI- 
NESS STORAGE, raat 
aalf-atoragB npaee. U-Haal. 
1801 Mmitie^ Ave.. 028- 
1686. 
«_ 

ANNIE'S JANITORIAL 
-SERVICES- with a wo-- 
man% spedd toadi. 
Homes, apartaient honiM. 
new hoaies deaaed, off- 
ices, stores. Comracts wel 
corned. Reasoadda rates, 
estfaaates. 483-3760/483- 
3760 
tf 

PAINT1NG-PAPBHNG, 

Briaor home repdrs. free 
estimates. reasoaaUe 
rttes. 499-4607. 

412 

SMALL BHIUBEBOLd' 

REPAIRS, carpeatry ikd 
paiatmg. trim work* aad 
paaeHng. Free estiaades. 
Work guaraateed. call 
Jtomor Dexter 46g-33Sl, 
412 



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PIANUliut/-rtMt- Pid re- 
Mabb ptaab aervto. tda- 
tag. Mpalrlag. ud raga- 



Ba- 
Warii on aB 
4884197. ^j 



KUmCTT aovE - 3 
bedroom meh, wm^, 
feflri^ room. OMTptt, feae- 
^ ]wd. la^ treed tot. 
^M arai. OvBH. BO a- 
getts,34MQM 

45 



-VAAp- 
pr^ed $32,000. 3 bed- 
room, m btthc^v 
roQBifdWBg room. a^lB~ 
Idtchn. oeiMrd tk, $^ 
earpMed, gm^, otras. 
4874024 



OIL PMrato doM la an 
ham^ Riea to blrth^ 
1^ ate. 



488-7487. 



P«ty. 
412 



AUTOanmiRM- Top 

price pdd. toap^ frae, flat 
serrice. «5-3807 

412 

n.A8TEnWS> L^ aad 
smal idtm. 30 yavs nptt- 
inee ta TIdewaMr Atm. 
ReMoaaMf rtta. Free- 
estimates. Mb kfestla, 
83349W or 3 4 4669 . 

412 

TUB SERVKK- LA{6>- 
SGAPOdO-YARD MADI- 
TAirafCB, RoMTd of 
trees aad staa^a. lot 
claaflBaSi toared, free 
esthaa^, rMMaaMe 
rttn, 423-7216 as^tiaw. 
Mi 

loi«b vnKMMtn 

tm^m TMeMM to IS 
ymt$. CastOB aphd^- 
bag. «0-2m. 

412 



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Art through the ages 











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Art stndeiits of Windsor Woods Ekacatwy Mii^ 
celebrated Youth Art Month recently wUh i {irestnlnttaM 
classmates and pwents of their version of art thronth dP 
ages. Sixth grader Archie HOI [iuicellimlportrays a cave 
man and art^ earliest beginnings. Jeff ADen [left] 
symbolizes a form of Egyptian art while dressed as a 
mummy. Dariene Stoli and Eddie Ulrey [left rear] are 




1 painted that," says Loi^e Lnxford EknMirtary Ifth 
grader Engene Stelkr with a smile to ^friends Lae Rorrer 
[left], tUrd grade, ud Stephen Pfttman, flfth grade. 



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up witti the everyday life of 



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your hometown newspaper. 



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ECKANKAflf 
The Sdsnee of Soul Travel 

presents the seminar 
'A Way to Tottl Freedom' 



10 a.m.. Sat, April 8 

Sheraton Hot^ at Military Qrcia 

info: 460-2968 



riDO '<; qpncT <;hqp 

'^ "The shop Witt tlM wwnaa ia 



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WOMEN & GIRLS... 

the time is now 

to get ready for 

the season 

Free Softball 

wia ft* pmr^a* of... 

* tat^>n AhnnlMHi Bat or 

< LMlmriU* a«nr Mag B«|m> 

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Ui^wod Ocy^ng CMter 

S7U Vlrgli^ Beach Uitf. 140-5484 

Bovi: 10-8 DnUy 10-9 Fri. 



dressed as that ftunam AaMrican Gothk couple pahrted by 
Grant Woods. Mchehmgcio recched donNe rccngnMoi 
from the Btndents: Mark Chytoa [on hMlder] patarts tie 
Sistlne Oilpcl, and Mkhele Whentlcy [right] scnipU stnine 
Jon Whitchend. Denbe OHve oai the chnfr Is Whklbrli 
Mother, Linda Elban [eenter] sMlles fldntly as Moan Ua, 
and Stephanie Jones regally portrays a Greek goddess. 








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sines in the Knights Loynfc 
Thursday thru Sunday 

Live Caribbean Music including 
Steel Drums and CaBpso in our _ 
Restaurant rTT 

with Lancelot Layiw direct from Trinidad I ^ i " 

RBTAURANT. ^ZZZ 
7a.m.-la.m. Dally II I 

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PMllEt Invites yon to 

Deckside Pancake House 

overlooking, little Creek Yacht Basin. 

IIM ttore Drive 
(to the Shore imvesttrina) 

1loriPlk.Vlntotoail» 
BelQw the Staprgaaiwrd.HoaM 

• AH typm of Pancakes •Pastries 
« Beverages •Salt df the Sea Filet 

• Breakfast at All Hours •Blintzes 



LOUNGEi 
^.m.-2a.m. Weekdays 
lla.m.-Sa.m. WeAends 



I Reservations 



CLOSED MONDAYS 



423-1110 



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%ooN mice. 

Tidewater's Newest 
Cmnese-Amerlcan Restaurant 




UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 

THE 

Witch 
Duck 

INN 

HMS QUARTET 

Jazz every Sunday afternoon 
4:30 to 8:30 

DISCO 

Tuesday thru Saturday 9 tffl 2 a.m. 

Luncheon and Dnner Menu 
Cocktails, Wine & Beer 

Open - 11 to 2 daUy/4:30 to 2a.m. 

4520 Pembrolce Meadows SlioHkiiig Center 
Indepoidence Blvd. (across trtm the Red Lobster) 
499-7071 



^Princess Anne AuthenUe Chinese -American Food 

' Serviflf Lunches-nnners- 

take Out Service 



belt to Big i 



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LUNCHEON SPECIALS 

499-5770 

COCKTAILS • WINES • BEER 

Open Dally 11 to 10:30 p.m. Sundays 12 to 10 p.m. 

351 Kempsville Plaza Shon)ii« Ctr. 
Princess Anne Rd. A Parliament Dr. Virginia Beach 



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Engene^ artwork, and the art eflorts of luny Lnxford 
stndenU, was disptaycd in the Mby of the schod dnring 
Msrch. Yenth Art Month. 



GIFT CERTIFICATES 
AVAILABLE, 



BLR * main * 



PET-A-RMM 



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8 SPECIAL 

^ Preview parrot cage #125 -$59.95 
A Lg. assortment of bird cages S 
Nanday Conures -$49.00 S 

Duety Conure - $75.00 ' 






I Lg. Discus -$19.99 sJ 

I Mixed 8worcto-BiadclM^5/$1£0| I! 




S^ For the PERFECT GIFT 
_ See oar laqe sdeetfain of 



Seeks oiTfWBleal Fish and lMiniMimiF5.il 
fEMflelMs. ^mSIsMIu Sa 



8IRCH'»V000 MAUI 
Va BEACH BiVU ^ 

486 7950' 



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PiDy's Hsuse il Beauty 



IMIn4 Plu* auffim Ctnter 
VtagtataBMch 



SPECIAL 



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Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday 

SENIOR CITIZENS 

Shampoo & Set ...M.oo 
Perms ....*12,oo 



CALL 463-1999 ^ 
^^uicures • Leg waxir^*Fedk^res 






Famiiy 
Cliineee Reetaurant 

490-2321 

For an ' 







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ENCHANTING 
EVENING 

this Is Hm place for Szachuan 

Canfonese and Polynesian 

cooking 

AU lUnnws served with - 

Pn-Pn Platter, Hooe Salad, ^g Drop Soap, 

Steamed felM, Hot Ten and Fortnne Coekle 

" neeoimdun^ 



abo tdw oiA sofvlee 
Excdlent foiy n esea n Codriadb. la^ported wine and 
beer. _^yedaMaii^ fa Snedinan, OotOMse and 
-Fi^jmesian (Murine. 

Men. Ora Thws. II s.ni. - II p.*. 
Yri! ttn 9R. ]i a.B. - ii mldUght 

am. 1 pj|. - 10 p.m. 



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353 in d ep end e nc e Bivd. § 

^(across from 8eers)S2ISUS^ 



COUPON 



GRAND OPENING SPECIAL 

$•400 off 

■- any size Pizza 

Comidete Italian Menu 

$1.95 Dally Luncheon Special 

iMlndinf salad, bread A drink 

We deUver wllldn Optn it tin 11 p.m. 

12 . IS Sat., Fri. 



Sflslleradias 

428-8666 



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advditute OD a ivntion-ti^ bdond the Ifrm Cur- 
tain. Written by the deciule's muter (d die land 
0my, dm wM pke, the bofio uuf^r, the ni»o- 
lutely IteUcious dunlin . . . WOOBY AU£N, 
AcM»ny Awutf noadnee for "Aimie Hall", iriw 
^wrele "Piqr U Afuii Sun** ud "Whnt'sr^w 

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Sugan,Ray Leonard 
to appear at Dome 

Olympic gddmedalist Sugar Ray Leonard will be in tlw 
ipotUght at tlw Virginia Beach Doom April 20 as he 
performs an exMUtkn light for Beadi professional boRiDi 
Ihns. 

A seUout for the event is expetted, with tickets sel&ng 
fiuter thui ever befidre for Doom boxing. 

Abo fottured on the eveningli line up will be the Baadi^ 
'^onic" BoU>y ^ey, who will try to continue his KG record 
agi^t experlenwd lighter Ronnie Pettigrew of Qeveltad, 
Ohia 

Ranked as a class V lighter by Ring Magazine. Pettigrew 
has beat Keith Avarett. ranked Sth. and Terry Sommerhays 
and Gary Sommerhays. both Canadian champions. He also 
weitt 10 rounds with Lou Bizarro, number one contender. 

Other fights during the evening will include Fred %own 
of Norfolk hi a reniat(^ against Wilbur Grew of Bowie, 
MaryUnd, and IXictor' Don SpeUman of Richmond against 
Itevid Vig Foot' Johnson, also from Bowie, Maryland. 

SpeOman has fought the main event here several times 
and has turned down fights with Leroy Boone, Bobby Acey 
and Speedy Jordan, but decided to fight Big Foot. Johnson, 
6 foot 7 inches, 240 pounds, had a tough fight here in 
February with Leroy Boone. He was ranked 4th in the 
nation as an amateur. 



Another satisfied reader 
for SUN classifieds 



Anotiwr satlBll|4 reader 
got the res^ iIm JirMted 



'^he saw the ad and 

called. Then the weiU and 

^"*^jB_liMill1iliihrt_ iMtr. r Tiiritft rii liliilM 

adttflVf^UVinPilJUr. HUUn aid ieeldMl K 

CNaai Mnflla was aBskni would be a good dog for her 



tofliflafaa#hoiBe l« her 
Siberian HusUe. The lady 
who read the ad wanted a 
dqg fbr her children," she 
said. 



A lack at council candidates 



Fralix seeks reordered priorities 



ByPAMVANDEVEER 
SUN News E<Htor 



Ckizen repreientatkn is what Jim Fralix' canqiai^ for 
dty oounql^ all about. 'V/e need council representttives 
sensftive to the little guy and not donunated 1^ Mg money, 
spedid interest groups." says the Bayskte borough 
ci^iidate. 

Thus evoiv'ed his campaign slogan, "A Voioe...Not an 
Edia" 1 would Iw a votee of the peofde on ooondl, not an 
ed» of tHg motey interests," he said. 

Fndix, u ek^rieal engh^er , says he^ wanted to get into 
Beach pditics sitKe he moved here ten years ago. *? found 
the Moi»3l uni^spomive, indifforem ttid insensitive to 
dtizens' needs. Beii^ a federal em{doyee, I though I oouldnlt 
run becMise of the Httoh Act. But idter <A^efcliw with the 
CIvfl Servfee Ocihfflission, I fowul I could since this is a 
non-partisan election. 



"/ wouM bB voice of ttm people oif 
council, not M echo of big money 
Interests," 



IVe alwqrs been Initerested tai poUtks and oommunity 
aSdrs. Afy wile Jo^jHad I beUeve stroDcfy in yooth aiMl 
anuuattjr activities. 

1 fti^ the mood of (idirat rttiteg very Ugh ri^ imw 
and foel that now the t^M isr^ tonnett te IneinBriKOts. 
I am rou^ a grMs roots em^tivk, vttlKwt a tot of 
fbuoGUtttd^." 

Prdfit Oitttaed Ms views on sobm of the isswd te 1Mb are 
importa^ to the ctty at this tiiM. 

1 tafor the rtwnmended yowtfc anmigeiMnt pelfey for 
VirgUa Be«A. Yon^ie got vSh^ ipefrM», \m you have to 
mtt^ the^nrth wkh the^iwirifalMy (tf Mrvioes. Lack of 
water, nmrnm^ mA v^kifdti ^^oM maaemtkta^ teUUt 
Ttm^mu. dievApn^ uittl ttese servtes we mnhUt." 

Fralx bcSwM te f^HH|Mig ^mtlsw. He b ■ pM 
taHftiK^ of a DipwtaeM of tte Nnry Cteillette of htok 
for ^mom Cost ReduetMtfMitkMd irMkk retiA^ ta SI .1 
sMm 9MA pm ft ttree ^iy jwiod. 

^ a piM ArtAiar of tto Miferaitt Me^owB It^wtkn 
Oemer. te he|M to str^ritae thA org^^Kknl 
opertttoa. "Tim rtc ceitter w^'n9.0D0 in tte hoMi^n we 
entered anl SU^m b the UUlt when we toft. "Ae onJ^ 
VKkc ^HMge we nuide was a IS inseMe to pool <taw,* he 
saU. 

Now, m aa ^bMer. Prato has an htea for dbtdriiv a 
wtter sowce thtt wodd ittHls ttM! r^iknri gffbi^ pte 



already waiting to be put tai eCfect by the dty. Ifk a form oi 
desa^ization process that would use steam from salt water 
and convert it into fresh water," he nhi. t 

'Maybe some of the uKney the ^y% spemUng to kwk btto 
the wtter probtem could be awarded as a resMr<A grant to 
one of tlK tf ea coUeges to look iiuo the foasibUhy of my idu. 
Iliat way we'd be hearing the sdiod ud the dty wkh the 
same money. 

'Sasicaify I believe in the Meyera Oberndorf |Alkxo|Ay/ 
FraHx expidned. *? believe every posltian she^ tdcen 
typltos mf ktea of how an elected reivesentathre should 
perform. I've been tdd that ever the past two years ihe^ 
the only one on coondl who treated the people who went to 
her wUh t^nky. 

tltizen faiqNit on oontravershd bsaet is vwy faqwrtam," 
he continue. We shoiiM have nigltt ooundl owetings so 
dtizens tttend them, tie ooittinud refoMd of council to 
q^ove sttch meetings «a«at« aa tk of IndlfforeiMe. 

'Citizen fai^ut should be wcggniaad. We might tdce a 
petition with 400 Mmn on it to the oom^ and it^ trMOed 
like dirt. Ikm, just be^ne we have a petition doesn't mean 
the coincB shoidd neoesav^ diaa^ ks poHc^ rj|gltt away. 
Bitt when ift i^esetted to conadl they shodd rMOgidze it 
udgolMdc to tlM peo|^ Mid sm why they feel Uke they io 
or they should eiqiUi OM mn poMm. 

1 1hvor is^oved i^lttiflu wbh the news me^ and 
r^dy access topu^ hdJarMatloB. 

1 ii>posc unwrbM |M^ ef Vf ktad. If there^ one, wIk) 
kiviws if therel othera |^i^ ft^^ beaeftsr 

Fridix said he worid tt« to sn a ftft fiiMBicU ttdnwe 
ortttuoMe for ^^ed oOgMs «id eiqrioyces hi poehfoiM to 
speiKl dty ftmAi. 'Vm not si^estmg t^ oik oflldato are 

ferni of chadt aadhaJance. FciMrid 4nl iMM ^eriMMMs 
have ttem, so I doa^ see w^ an loaf government 
ihoiriteY. 

'Vl^o tte to see tke iH^or Mid «lioel board meters 
be ^»3^. The nMV«« betag a key i^t, ghi sooiMBes 
sw^ t^^/*V hcli^ fluted mt Mfert w^M^ta. h 4ent 
wppiaift of i^potoafBts tiM |Hwe so o^h elKct ao 
(AJaeas." 

FnMx hM prqi^wl no strike, csllecflve ipr|^k^^r:^t$ 
for i^Mee$gA, Kmmik tM^rt lad ottis cfty en^l^r^s, 
oppim Ijut li^^i^ ud the GOiMru^kB of Old DoMilon 
ftrkwiV. It d ttan ba4 to tt Mea of stnMiiUog 
'^^eottlsaa. *^en hnlMln a ^nve^an stMter with 
■tfkw af dotei ttttt WMhsn been p^ to Mne otter 
we. A re-«^r^ of iriorfeiet sfcnH to be mmM." 

Wm the flid ^te.Frattx is 0m of two pef^ J^H^tg 
i^tam toHDten n^r Ctee a^ liett^ InvtUl cinoes 
of b^ii^NY QtM te^ett b a third oniidbe far the 
taysUB bara^hMtt.} 

In i MTwd eledfan I'M 119 tte vote woiM te t^t 
betn^ tte nra new MtfdMM.Md tte ^^Ant woaM 
wiai,''Fratocepiid.'«Kl tet ^Ok wB be tha cms 
latUi efedioB with tte MOthmiibeM te^ m ttra^ as 
kb." 



rtasMer 



Ite DepartBMBt of Parks and Sccrcatfoa teM Its eight 
UMud tesaeaa de kNe llyteg eoMest SMarday. Tte action 
aq^nred by tte SUN to en page B4 aad B^. 

Tte Neptune Feathrd Horse Show m a 'Wggto" for tte 
Icadi. Tte SUN was tterc for tte Inthrlttes. Chadi tte 
^MloB on page A-4 aai A-S. 



It% tte scaiea of ptars hi Vfarglate Beadi... iook far senM 
phetoB of tJBGto Vanya" on page A4 and a revtow ef 1>aBt 
Drhtt tte Water" on page A-7. 




ddkfren. Ste brought her 
children 1^ to see tte dog 
aiui they fell in love with 

"^iki" and took her home 
with ttem. 

*Ste wu so nice that I did 
not even diarge ter tte $20 
I had idamied to charge just 
to te sure whoever boivht 
her would give ter a good 
home," ste continued. Ttey 
live nearby and said we 
could come vbit Kiki wten- 
ever we woidd Uke to. 

"All I know b thM your 
pqwr did produce good re- 
suUs," Mrs. MulUn said. 
1*erh^M tecause it's 
circulated among people hi 
my area." 

If you want fast resuhs, 
{dace your dasslfled ad to- 
day by calUng 486-3430. 



Council denies zoning petitions 

Thalia opposes apartments 



^LEECAHILL 
SUN PttbUcAflhirs Writer 



Oommimtty o^wsttfon cfefeated a plan wUdi wo^ tewe 
ptaeed 1S6 mwtmeat oidu fa a sfagto-fandly reshtetttial 
s^knoflliate. 

^%ginia BeaA c&y couadi Moodi^ afternoon deided 
three zoning petftions of Thtfia Wi^hfe Corporation widdi 
woold have perndtted apMtiaents and shifted bus^icM 
aqnes on a 19^aae parcel focM^ north of Vfrgfada B«sdi 
Borievard and tnt of Hu^ ^jmI. Eenquvffle Boro^h. 
Tte pfanning oooudsskii had recommen^d qq^oval bitt 
ceoadl exiv^sed tte optaiion ttet ^tovelopns shoidd 
#rtfoptte |»'operty tte wi^ H was a»^. Prfae^Mb of tte 
carpotatiaa are John ^agona nd Edward QMcto. 

Referring to tte poUcy as tte 'tew^ wed aad newly 



fiollcy t^^ted to as "nefuHy 
end ne^y defid." 



dead" provbkm. te said that whito te «d not d^ect^to 
or oUer peofie wteid#6 tlo bwrtag €Mttw«Hi^ to M 

«tt)Nd to iwiiiiifflu 00km nud^^e^ M hm a«t 

riddetts Hy flHvry ml have new tarites or n^ teve to 
t^ on M mt of dM^M tf Mncb « mtttt^ fa wMch 

Do^tos l^tet of IM01 mi Asso^ttet, trt» p^ioaed 
Oe ffaa 84d ttet tte ptaidag mamMm i^^iM tte 
developers Included tte pneMfln ttet tte MiM wmU mi 
te re«^ to familH wkh I 

Tafaot Mrid ttet a ^ 




of 636 ttidts had been granted in 1971 and that tte owners 
buift two units to OMtetiAi tte itte permfts. 

Ilie corporttion had sought for a duuge of zonhig from 
B-2 Oommunity Itaslneu Dbtrid fir a 3.6 acre parcel to A-1 
Apwtment Dbtrid; R-6 Rnktontial Dbtrict to B-2 
Comanmity-Bttsfaiess Mtrict for a six-aae parcel, and R-6 
to A-1 for a 9.4 acre parcel. 

Talbot s^ that tte w ea, near Thi^ and tte itowmown 
area, b a good i^Me for tte tocatkn of '^n^y nesttrs," 
peopto who teve no ^bben or whose children are grown. 

Ommdhnan Fkgrd B. Waterflekl Jr. said te owkfat 
telieve thM tte dty has eaoagh mMqxwer to chedC'Mounl 
to see wtetter tte uidts have ehihben. 

OoundhMai J. .Heu7 MeCoy asted tte ^q^ants 
whethv ttey had ever considered isfag tte tend tte w^ kH 
zoned. ' 

Tabot saki that tte irianners we tryfag to get awi^ from 
str^ oonuaerdal devekynieM Mid ted ^uned to tewc 
ooBOBerdal prtyerty eamtiMe wkh TteAt WqrsUe. Tte 
h^h^ doeky apwtBMats were needed to mix tte pr<#d 
work, te s^ Tte pMkioM for biwfaMs rwic^ig, Tiftot 
sakL favfllve swim>tet exIsthM; resUeittial CR-6) famd for 
eoi^wrdtf taidaad wflddadd 4. ^to matt ttai two acres 
to tte bnetean property. 

tiHnmMHtM George R. FerreO saul thM te was eonowned 
idMM i^fa^ more tevkiess hi Ma wea where two Iwge 
uuUUmmsa-4Meh mi tuiim Wl - rraent^. wem 
out of teiteais. 'tile ftrtt thfaig yon know. yonV te seOig 
to tte d^.* PerrM wm refeiTk« to tte pardiase of tte 
hfflw^ Mart to tte dty for services to teuse sodal service 
faa^lan., 

totes Miitcalf, prMktoitt^^of tte Ite^ dvic Lm«m smU 
tfat tte rMldetts opposed tte reiod^ becaue of tte 
adMaui depth of tte oanenM ao^i ad tte ^hw 
dat^ at.aiwtMtes. Hi arid ^t » to 70 r^dWs 



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fUMfynA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL U, 1J7I 



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A trip to the doctor 

_l*»rt lorte doctor the other day.. .and it waint toolMd. 
2^*** *^* * Virginia Beach doctor who has a ttro^ 
J^^l^^ and fishing which he related tome during the 
<^«nitkA. He certainly got ray mind off my aches uui 



looii Ceole/ 

SUN Editor. 




Usuafly I goiato the doctor's offiw with a "I dont know 
what*s wrong. Doc. I just feel bad all over." 

1^1 type (tf conversation happens again and again id. 
(ki^ai srac^s all over the (^luntry but its not much help to 
the phyaldan who seeks a prompt and accurant diagnoais. 

4k€Mtdi|Mt 10 Dr. Bernard J. HeiUcser, a physician in the 
Tirl&bTech HeiOth Service, you should write down aU 
yowa^esand paiia before you go to the doctw. 

MUte a list an4 be specific as you can. ^ 

A^moi) pr(4>Iem. says Dr. HeiUcser, is that oooe Irat 
doctarslwiijiiAg roan, all the symptoms of the ailmeat tktt 
claused y<ft.to seek help, vanish. That% why when you art 
experience ih6 pain, you should write it down exactly as 
you. art; experiencing it. 

Just whit sort ordiscomfbrt is it? 
Tains can be described as sharp, stabbing, or sticking 
Others can be termed as pressure, pushing sensation or like 
someoee sitttag on your chest. 

hy biest to use your own words, says Dr. HeiUcser, 
inatew of rtuhing off to a medical dictionary. 
. Alftobe sure to communicate the exact location of the 
pain, uiini tt^rean points on the skin to pinpoint the pain. 

Dr.. HeiUcser also recommends to keep a record of the 
time liiqueaGfeof the pain. Write down when the pain starts 
and if «r whien it increases during the day. It's also 
important, to mention any meals or drugs that were 
consume (biring the time of the symptons. 

Don*; forget .to check out your emotional state during the 
tinw of the pains as weU. Often times a patients mental state 
e«n have^lot to do with how they fbel. 

NeM time yoii gotothe doctor, be prepared. It may save 
you aijt of iBxiety and pain in the long run. 

And who knows, you inight learn something about boating 
and fishing. 



Hwe yott ev« tried tb find a specific office at the Virginia 
Beach Court House complex? If your experience has been 
Ukeminej you spent more time trying to find the office than 
yoitactoaUy did in the <mce. 

The dty officials must be trying to hide from us. At least 
tliatiB wh^.it appears theyVe doing since the buildings 
either dont have signs or the sign there doesnt teU you a 
thihg. 




Poiii ¥ciiide¥eer 

SUN News Editor-J 



The ariy way IVe been able to find dBces in the past is by 
someoiM describing their tocation in relation to the dd jaU. 
The 'jail stuck out far obvloui reasons, but now that 
landiEW'k is goae.- 

The worst expertenoe Ihad was when I Tittempted to pay a 
tr^Bc. tiiMECt. After (fiiving around 20 minutes trying to 
decide what buihUng looked Uke the General raatrtct Cburt 
boMiq;, Iparked iwl entered. Once in tiM lobby I had a 
dwte (aab^ eiihFunniarked, closed doors. Half of them 
ware locked. FtnaUy one dpened and I found myself in the 
iDHidle of a court session. How embarassing. 
I was about td retreat comirietely when a man wandering 
thro^k pcinted out a long haUway. Around the corner, 
thni^ two more doon and I was there finaUy. 
" I wii^juriK^'tbsign my check when I was told, "Sorry, 
but ym hive to JM^ caafc. No checks." 

> ''WfaatU dont hive S42 in cash. I have to drive dear back 
to^Morto get to my bank." 

"Sor/y, but that's our poBcy." 

I JtfBd^'nordioice Init to drive. That totaled to 40 minutes 
ttyti^ to find the office and an hour of extra driving to aet 
the,cath. 

thope they get adnie decent signs \xp before I get another 
ticket. 



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Registration held 



The Plaza Junior Mgh 
S<M P^nSA wiU sponsor an 
opeiji h6»e Tor sixth grade 
stents a^ their parents 
Aprils Itt 7p.m. 

Kfanbfn erf $<AQd orgii)- 



iouions wUl man booths at 
the open house and visual 
disiH»ys (rf dassroom work 
WiU be on exhibit. 

Refi-eshments wUl be 
served. 



Letters 



SW^work appreciated 



tmm^yk^^ B^eb SUN: 



Virginia Beach SUN 



Tw far the spedal fleatitf e you dki on our "Mea In 
MWeM'l^oM. intte Mv(A 13 edition ofyoer p^wr. We 
^i% do^predate your efforts to recogni» our work to 
W^d^irt« 
^^a SBoeeHM d^ on Sttivtey, Mu-<A 4 birt we dkt 
^'*MN|. He foOowing Saturday we heM aether 
.- Or T. V,-^ hid aMUwr very tiiOEcssftil day 
i^vc^lte jr«^ pttb&tty was responsiHe far pvt of 

UiigMmiM m Moadty, April 3 lor the DoBeaican 
l^iAfetobidkiacteeh. 
^^ thHk ym. te ^w eflbrti tokelpui. If our dnirch 
fcf oTiCTvfee toyoB, ft^tu t^t free toooatact m. 

C V. S^uldtaf 
h»t«r 

Bta-Nra Adcboa 
N.WiMJ. PrMldai 



Opinion 








No to Vepco 



Towa CHer: ;," . 

I was in the Virginia Beach VEPCX) office last week, ai^ l^ ,^ 
reaUy got nuul at the service I got. V ' 

Ttere was at least 40 people crammed in that Uttle office 
trying to pay their bUls (some out the door), or either J 
straiftating out their serviM. I counted between ten and XS " 
employees who were in the outer office. Qf those employeesr 
only fiour were heating customers. VEPOO is again asking for 
a rate increase. I, for one, say NO. 



Theresa Roberts : -J 
Old Provittence Road''' ' 



From one to two 



Towa CHer: 

WlKo the dtv starts changing streets from two-way to 
one-way, I w Ish they would kt the dtizentry know. 
Look what hq>pend in South Norfolk. 



Inez Martin ' 
Jay Road :'' 



Readers 



rLookIng for help... 






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Cry to the SUN. We Hke to hear year gripei. From the ' ' 
RS to tlMH grocery store dcrk. Froa a parUag Jaoi to yow' -' 
aeighbor^s bowNag dog. Or au^be the price of Virgiria >" 
Beach livh«. Ot Jast Hvlag hs Vlrglala Beach 
It% aa opea loraa for what YOU always waatcd to say/ ' 
Sead H to: ^ oj 

The Towa CWer H 

The Vlrglaia Beach SUN .;' 

131 AoMBHat Road 
Virgiaia«each^2M82^ 



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Th9 Virginia Beach courthouse Is e$sy to find, 




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PEOPLES NEWSPAPER of VIRGDiU BEACB 



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Presideat 

JOANOOATES 

Editor 



TOMMY DREW 
Geaeral Maaagf r 

PAMVANDEVEER 
News Editor 



DALEBOCmE 
Oroatatioa Manger 



PuUished every Wecfaiesdav by Byerly PnbUcatioos 
with mam office located at 138 Rosemoot Rd., Virginia 
BeasSi, Va. 23452. Second dass postage paid at 
Lynnhaven Stittion in Virginia Bei^. S2-week 
subscription by maU: S7.00. 



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TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE VRGMNIA 
BEACH SUN, ptoaM maN tMs form 
with your chock to: 

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.but tti&gmople are stm a mystery 



Cancer society says "Call us" 



If cancer strikes your fuaOy, the Virginia Beack tmit of 
the Aawriam Ctewer &Keity has a variety of hetoftil 
services ud they say: 'Vktae caU m." 



"We want to help both the petieat and the faa^ cope 
irth cwior,- Dr. ^k>r■a Magpoc, service ch^nafar the 
^rgUaB^Kh a^ mpliAied. •Sfloe people n^ t^ t^ 
the ACS k aatf oooeeroed with meardi or oir tmom 
battk Mainit cigarette smoking. \m. h^pfaig ta^^fiMl«K 
b aaother m^ ACS rtsponiibOity." 

"We WMt to BMte swe thtt the years thtt ■•^nl 

»mmt can save are productive and ei^aMe. Swvw^ k 

not cnoogh, wem th« som^r pe^ mtt b^ elfa(^«|y 

tr^M far cuoCT-we nwt CM« aboM the ^itty ofMr^tf 
as wefl." 



According to Dt. Magpoc the ACS ^proadi is divided 
betw^n patient t&rim and rehaWiatiaa progrnu. 

ACS a^Hce i^apw ue offi^ed to the ptf^ i^ of 
charge and are ande poaslUe by flnds ndied throuh the 
society^ annual cruswie. now being held ta Vfrglirit ftm h 
Abo, the ACS tes de<8citted vflianteeri who work oo^ for 
the rewwd ofdofav lomethtag lAcM caae^. 

"A prlne exupie of vdiiMeer power ta oar ocrpa of 
trnsporUttiaB vfilmeers. Iliese v e pecyle - who ma tMr 
own cars nd frM tbM to M^ MM« pi^att to 
|*ysician% offices aad trettamt centers. AkB^ wfch the 

!^!???' '"^ ^* ^ ^^ aetfche of hnam 
CMBpaiiiflB and old-foshko«| caring 
vJ^i^^^'i? 5 "^ **"**' ACS wvlce. eooact the 
mum9 "*«'*»« Americtt Ctacer SociMy at 



PLEASE a«CK HERE () If ttilt is 
a now aubacrlptlon. 

PLEASE CHECK HERE ( ) If you 
ara now racalving The Virginia 
BMCh Sun and ara rana wing your 
aubacriptfon. 

Within Tidawatar Araa 
C ) ona yMf $7.00 
() two yaar $12.00 

AN Ottiar Araaa: 
( ) ona yai^ $g.^ 
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VIKUNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1978 OJ"^ 



Birdneck Point requests Council cut and dried 



hew water system 



brv Beach fishermen 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affwrs Writer 

Capt- Richard D. Qruber held up s db«xlared sheet. 
imtea around a jar of amber-shaded water wjth bits of 
flctsiim aiul jetsam ftoatiog about apd asked the city to 
replace the water system in BirdaedE Point, an <aflhKnt 
sectidn of VirginU Bei^ in which there is Bttle (palatable) 
effluence. 

A new system would «»t $738,000, Oty Kfaniger CSeorg e 
L. Hanbury informed Virginia Beach Qty Cbun^ Monday 
afternoGQ following Ckuber"^ demonstration. 

He added, however, that if the residents agree to 
participate in the cost, the city will flirnish wuer fhcQities to 
the community on the same basis it does comimmities 
receiving wMer for the first time. 

Certain Qruber, backed by a deksgation of Birdneck 
residents said that residents think the situi^ion is critical. 
He, said that utilities director Aubrey Watts said the 
instlUation of a new system ^irould take ynrs." 

He suggested that council, instead, act immediately so 
thift^khe residents could lode forward to a new system by 

tie water is rusty (the Sts^e Health DepvtnKnt^ Umit is 
.3 wfts (tf iron per million parts of water while the water in 



Birdneck has 1.0 parts per milUon parts of water), uid tutes 
atKl smells bad, he said. Hm i^essure is so kw that water 
does not readi the second floor of two^tory houses and 
ranges from a trickle to a small stream. The kw in-essure 
poses a fire hazard Qruber sakl. 

Qruber said the pipes are iron with lead-filled joints while 
modern pipes have cen^nt lining to elimiBate tlw rust. 
Instalted in 1927 by the dty of Norfolk, the iripes have 
outlived their life expectancy of SO years, bt said. 

\rice Mayor Pttrick L. Standing said that he wai mI 
aware of the problem umil two weeks aga He fastmcted tlie 
dty manager to l»-ing back a report on the conditloos fai the 
area, (tesignatingahe areas with tin worst proUems. He 
said the area couM be treated as a new project except for the 
tape and meter fees. 

Ooundhnan Joim A. Baum said that the dty has similar 
problems with okkr neighborhoods. 

Coundbnan J. Henry McCoy said that. 'Vfe akeady have 
areas all over the dty" with the same problem, ami wanted 
to knofw tow Urdneck compared to others. 

Ooundhnan Qeorge R. FerreU said he didnt think the 
people in Mrdneck Point should be treated any differently 
from other residents. 

'^e caniM do our laundry," conqriained a vdoe from the 
audieiKe. Her request of councfl members to offer their 
laundries to the Birdneck residenU went unheeded. 



Miller's remodeled ^^^P"" stalemate 
for social services ^^^ ^^ *"'<^*^®" 



By LEE CAHILL 
Public Afhirs Writer 



Hm Virginia Beach Sheltered Workshop Association is 
close to the $9400 gdal needed as the local match for a 
$37,600 grant from the Virginia State Board (ji Rehabilitat- 
iofi. 

The money will be used to remodel a IS.OOO sqiiare foot 
area in the dty's Social and Vocational Activities Center for 
the Severely Handicqiped, the former Miller's Department 
Store, on Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Leo Krest, representing the association, tdd dty coundl 
Monday afternooo that the center should be ready by July 1 . 
Response to the fund drive has been enthusiastic,, he said, 
and. the goal has almost been reached. 

He sifid the workshop should accommodate aiq>raKimately 
50 naentally retarded adults at first, and eventually build up , 
to a maximum of 12S persons. 

Krest, manager of General Motors Insurance Company in 
Norfolk and the fitther of a 26-year-ald mentally retarded 
woman who is employed at a workshop m Suffolk, showed 
slides (rfthe Suffolk center at tlw informaMftMiaiiof ObiHKil, ■ 
^Hm -^vOTkriMp. dMifasd fv n«BtaOy retarded adoka, 
secures coirtracts for spedllc jobs and employs and trains 
the mentally retarded to perform the jobs, in a sapnrvised 
shop. 



Booth offers help 



Blgi 



iginning Friday, April 14, the Virginia Beadi Consumer 
Protection Division will sponsor a monthly consumer 
assi|tance booth at Pembroke Mall. The booth will be staffed 
frool 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. to handfe consumer |»(Mems and 
inqi^ries, to make referrals and distribute literature. 

lit addition to providing citizens with assistance on their 
paracular consumer i»oblems, information wiU be avalM>le 
on wpics such as landlord-tenant i^oblems, using aedit 
witf caution, bow to sue someone in the Virginia court not at 
recff'd, conlumer concerns, i.e. automobile repairs, T.V. 
repitirs, home sdidtations. etc., and consumer information 
forjenior dtkens. 

Tie consumer assistance booth will operate on the second 
Fridiy of eadi month in 1978. For additional information 
regi^ding this jvogram or the services of the Virginia Beadi 
Conlumer Protection Division contact Mb. Mvyann Ustidc 
at4f7-4421. 

t 

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i 

fhalia zoning 

(CwtiaaM bum pMP» Al) 

the Irojed from tl^ 900 fiunily untts in tlw area. 

S^mdlnt saki that the dmmerdal property shoidd not be 
incriued and should be in line with the zonidg for adjacent 

Wiuii WawMk. - :. 

K^Ooy reoommeiKled denial, QrifBn seconded the motion 

but J suggested the applicants Miv hi- an aownded 

ai^catkm. Hie motion was passed unanimously. 

Inianother reanii^ matter, the oonmmnity supported the 
pet^on of Oy^ L. ColUer for reaoning in the Bayside 
Borough with a petition carrying ^ sigiMtures. Qty 
Couidl, however. wUe graittfaig a dii^e from R-6 
Resltenttal Ustrkt suing toi^artment zoi^. q^oved a 
less^ density dasstflattkn than requested, A-2 instead of 
A-3.^ Hk ^annfaig commtosion recommended afqiroval to 
A-3fanlng. 

Tie property includes a 3.01S parcel on the north side of 
NorA Greenwell Road, east of Pleasure Home Road. 

Odter has devekped tluree ^ues of his ptan, boOding 
194 Apartment units; temds courts, i^ik area, coverred 
pv Ifing garage and covered storage. 



I In Windsor Woods.. 
Pioza...Greon Run 







THS CATHOiK PARISH 
OF THi IMHY SrailT 



7 pm. Sot., 9tS0 k 11 a.111. Sun. 
Ul^hoM 340.7122 



By LEE CAHILL 
Public Affidrs Writer 

Virginia Beadi Mayor Ckwenoe A. Hdland wiU appoint a 
spedal committee to try to break what he terms *^ 
stalemate" with Norfolk over the Beadi^ offer to buy into 
NorfoUcI water system. 

Earlier talks with NorfoUc dfidals cdapsed when Norfolk 
Mayor Vincent Thomas suggested a swap of land or merger 
for a share in the water system. Virginia Beach receives all 
its water from Norfrilk although the city is exploring 
possibyities oi establishing its own source. 

Coundbnan Jdm R. QrifBn has said that the only chance 
the Beach had of buying into the system was through the 
influence of Norfrtt business leaders. Monday afternoon he 
suggested the mayor iy}point a qualified committee '^o 
pursue proprietary interests." He added that the committee 
should not consider a merger or swapping of land. 

Qriffln suggested asking Norfdk to appoint a similar 
conunittee, but that if this was not done, the Beach 
committee would discuss the matter with individuals. He 
added that all members (tf Council should have imput into 
who shouM serve on the committee. 

Infiiother matter hivdvinrNorfoik, Coundl continued its 
, discussion on Norfolk's pdicy of luring Norfolk engineers for 
Norfilk prcdMU. 

C&y Manager Qeorge L. Hanbury reported thstt Norfolk 
Qty 'Manager Julian Ifirst reported in a letter that the 
pd&qf will have to remain hi efifed. Cniindlman Robert R. 
OomweO Jr. has maintained that the Beadi should have the 
same policy. 

Akhcngh the Beach does not have a written policy to that 
effect, Hanbury said, '^we have the same polk^." ife ad^d 
that ^ginia Beadi has more prcgeds and therefore hires 
more engineers and sometimes has to go outside of the dXy. 
He said the Wginia Society of Professional Engineers has 
asked for more time to get Norfolk to change its poUcy. 

Qromwell said that the policy places Norfolk\> engineers in 
a more advantageous position. 

Vice Mi^or Patridc L. Standing, said that itl '^ot 
advantageous when there is no work." 



Council meets board 

By LEE CAHILL 
Public Affeirs Writer 
Virginia Beach Qty Council wiO have a meeting with the 
Sdiod Board on Thursday A|vil 13 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss ; 
titt proposed sdiod operating budget of $66,219,845 which 
makes up 43.37 percent of tlw 1978-79 operating budget for 
the dty. 
The total budget is $152,685,881. 



ByLEBCAHia 
Public AflhirsWritw 



Virginia Beadi Cby Coundl wUI anieal to the Mvine 
Resources Oosnodtsion to reserve its api»'0vti of pound net 
stands in the Ches^ieake Beadi wbA Water Oak areu oi 
Chesapeake Bay. 

Ignoring a resohition adopted by council, the Commission 
on March 31 gratted a permit to Attiert Hetth of Townsend 
to set up po^ tt Chesqieake Beadi and Water Oak. 

Betty Wood, Resident of tiM Ocean Park Qvlc League 
said Kfonday KfteriK»n at the infvmal meeting of council, 
that the comoysskB'k adion seemed to be cut and dried. 
7%e commission ^yjffoved the permit by a vote cS S-1 (one 
monber wm iriMient) in fece of opposition from the Ocean 
Park Qvic League, armed with a petition with 127 
signatures, the ftiylake Pines Civic League, the 26 letters 
from the Ches^ieake House, and the Ows^ieake Beach 
avk League, as well as the Qty^ resdution opposing the 

tfith the permit. Heath will be permitted to ered 60 pdes 



extending 1200 feet at each <tf the two sites. The poles havf 
to be placed an least 400 feet from the shore, but are not 
removed during the summer months. Mrs. Wood said the 
potes present a hazardous condition for boaters. 

Mrs. Wood said that Virginia Beach alone has dose to 
10,000 registered boaters in addition to sailboats which are 
not registered. 

Ms. Wood said that the pound fishermen are not liable for 
iny aoddents and gill net fishernuu, who do not present a 
hazard to sports craft, will have to remain 900 feet from the 
pound nets. * 

Only one member of the commission is from Virginia 
Beach. Ivan D. Man>, abd he voted against tiK permit. The 
others present were James E. Dougbs Jr., chairman of 
Massawadox; S. Sewell Seadley, Lottsberg; MUton T. 
Hickman, Painter: Gordon W. Jones, Suffolk and William P. 
Hunt of Hampton. Robert W. Jordan of Qouchester Pdnt 
was absent. 

An appeal must be filed within 30 days of the March 28 
meeting. If the appeal is unsuccessful, Mrs. Wood said that 
the opposition wiU look for relief from the general assembly. 
She said residents will ask that the State to exempt the area 
from pound net fishing. 



plays 



third base 

Tom Reap ai Virginia 
Beadi is a member of the 
|j^8 James Madison 
Ui#ersity baseball team. 

I^p, a freshman third 
baMMun, is a graduate cS 
Ken^ville Ifigb Schod. He 
was lumed to the AltDis- 
trid, All-Metro, and All- 
State teams but year. 

He is the son (rf Mr. and 
Kfrs. Thomas S. Reap of 620 
Balpor Drive, Virginia 
Beach. 



Students on 
dean's list 



Three Virginia Beach stu- 
deitfs were named on the 
Indiana University Bloom- 
mgton deaa% list the first' 
sMaMMr of 1977-78. 

Induded on the list were 
Andrew Broaddus Oooke, 
2625 E. Kings Rd.; Mark 
Anders Holtbaus, 520 Hea- 
ther Dr.; and Kevin Lee 
KroU, 4116 Edinburgh Dr. 

They will be among 4, 151 
students honored April 19 at 
the university^ traditional 
founder's |»-ogram on the 
Bloomington campus. 



EXTRA CASH 

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the things you no longer 
neeb in the dassified cd- 
umns of your hometown 
news^per. In practically no 
tune at all. people in your 
neighborhood will know whitt 
you have to sell. YouVe on 
the road to extra cub... 
somebody will read your ad 
and buy I 





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The last word in 
ftne furniture is the 
first word in quality: 
BLACKWELDER^ 



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« Mtnmi. N.C. ivM 46 numrtM boa) uijfwhtrt 
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hmww nuBufcrtam i tfwt makt m Aiwrics 't 
WIm's Wha is flat flmitai*. »nM%iM af 
(tedily Pureltait far L«s MoMy" as ttMad h 
tta N«v. 2} IwM of The Wall SuMt Jwmd. 

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ii«^iNlii«*s Am Aifiutiiia md AeeMMiiai. 



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ord make me an instrument of thy peace 
7where there is hatred, let me sow love 
where there is injury, pardon 
where there is doubt, fdth 
where there is despair, hope 
where there is darkness, light 
where there is sadness, joy 



Grant that I may nd so mudi seek 
to be consoled, as to consde 
to be understood, as to understand 
to be loved, as to love 
for it is 



Giving, that we receive 
Pardoning, that we are pardoned 
Dying, that we are born 
to Eternal Life. 

St. Frauds of Assisi 



Haynes Furnltura Company Roaawood Mamorial Park 



,9814 VlrginU Beach Bonlavard 
Furaitura-Badding-Caipating 

Bayalda Motors 

4747 Shore Drive 4M-4UI 
Charlaa C. Hala. Sr. aid Staff 

Kampsvllla Pharmacy 

9888 Princaaa Aona Road 497-8918 
Robert W. Clybum-Lyu Laavltt 



881 Wltehduek Road 497-8989 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 

Winiaturnitura at Hilltop 

1718 LaaklB Road 488-9981 
r- H Buma and Staff 

Prica'8 Incorporatad 

4980 Panbroka MaU 888-8708 
Brand Nana AppUaocaa-TV-Stareo 



Englnaaring Madia, Inc. Smith Salaa and Sarvica 



608 R. Liberty Street 
Charles Hackworth and Steff 



Charlla'8 Saafood 
Rastaurant 

8189 Shore Drive 491-9888 
Mary E. Rehpela and Emidoyees 



480 BatUafleld Blvd. M . 947-8989 
Elwood Smith and Employaaa 

Homa Fadaral Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1889 Laakin Road 488-0887 
Church Aecouata Welcome 



Kallam-Eaton Inauranca Co. Todd Elactrlc Company 

sill PaeUle Avanve 488-9181 Haory and Moaas Todd and Staff 



Ovarton'a Markat 

1419 PolDdaztar street 949-9498 
Hie Ovartona and Employees 

Mill-End Carpat Shop 

4740 Vlrglaia Baadi Blvd. 497-4894 
Taylor B. Carr and Easployeea 

Fumltura Showrooms 

888 E. Uttte Creek Road 
8981 S. MlUtary Highway 
Sandy Btila aad Em^oyaaa 

Andy's Plumbing 

and Haating 

1008 Caul Driva 489-9000 
8tala-Raflat«rad-Mew and Old Work 

Plaaaar Amarican 

MaM^MMntaad Panowal 

Brantwood Rastaurant 
andLounga 

1818 Gaorga Wartt^tan ttghway 

CkaaapaOa, Va. 417-0811 

Toai nd lAda Si^te aid CM^aqr 



Praston's Pharmacy 

1401 PolBdaxtar Street 949-7887 
Janaa L. Maraimll and Employaaa 

HIgglns Raalty, Inc. 

8880 bMttan Rivar Boi^ 480-8180 
Caeil M. Harrlaao and Aaaoelataa 

Chaaapaaka Savings 
and Loan 

Praric N. Wood aad Aaaoelataa 

Southam Statas 
^liaai^iaMca^ a^mi.^ inc. 

1784 8. mutary Highway 480-1841 
L. BtfhBO^ WlUlama and Pwaoaaal 

il.D. MHas and Sons, Inc. 

i. D. MlMa. it. and Aaaodataa 

Kallam and Eaton Inc. 
BiMding SuppHaa 

PrlMaaa i^M Slattoa 487-8800 
PraikaadDaTMXdlani 

WX. "MIy" Rhodas 

1881 Laarel Ai^ma, Cbaa^Mka 
480-7108 484-9789 



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Sitturday was a fine day to "while away" at the N* 
Festival Horse Show itt Princess Anne Park, ^ginii. 

On eitterinf the showgrouT'i^j a tasteftil conoessi 
and the numerous rows of muiti-calored temporary 
accommodatioas lent a festive atmosiHiere to the a - 

Waodcring down tlw stalls revealed how highly c 
ive the show was. Custom made wooden plaques id 
cooqietetors from all over the country and eve- 
foreign emries. 

Simpfy by looking at the quality of the trailen tlu 
were hauled in indicated that these were not your » 
badcyard horses. 

Classes were going oo in three rings aD day. Ring > 
devoted to Western classes and hdter classes. A mo 
appreciative a-owd was present. 

Ring two was the scene of the adutt humer dassi 
rfaig three the junior hwtter dasses were hehi. 

The highlight of Satardi^^ eompetitioo came wim 
flawless performaiKe of mmtber 3S7. Wasted Word 
Judy Lazaar iq>, in the thtard and flmd amateur open ji 
class. Wuted Words, net* at aO a flashy knking 
turned in dean, fiat rarads hi all three amateu 
Junqiing dasses tosweq» Ibst idace iA each and captu. 
dttinplonship. 

The Fteptune Festival Horse Show was very well r ; 
good address systems and exceUent seattaig. Trai 
between competetors and dasses were qtdck and sn^< 

Those who atten(ted were tretted to a fine fbur day ii. ' 
show. 







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Students gather 
for competiton 






"Diit, dig. 11% acavc in,"wariM Lori Pmcoc, lop, 
■s she digs away witii, froat to badt, Kcnnctli BarMii, 
Gady Tilsoa, Mkkcilc Wlitoii aad Any Allen. The 
youngeilers were apotted digging nt Great Hope Baptist 
Church on Baltlelleld Blvd. South. The church hosted the 
Old Dominion Association of Chnrch Schoob regional 
competition on Frj^iy 

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Inside (In tire is an cxdtliqi j^mc lor T< 

Coulter Court and Tbcrcta Bmtm of OaMoose Road. 

Perched on top b Timothy Chrroil of Brlason Lnac. 



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WifB students from the Old Domtaloa Assodatka of 
Charch Schoob gather lor the Eastern Reglonai competit- 
ion, cidtement b brewing. 

About 1,000 students gathered FrMi^ at Great Hope 
Baptbt Church to compete In athletics, art, mask, science, 
preadring, chess nnd other adhrltks. 

Hosted for the third year by Great Hope Baptbt Oinrch, 
the regional competition produced winners who win enter 
the state competition In Rkhmond on AprH 21. 

Tabernack Chrbtlaa Schoob of Virginia Beach placed 
first. 

Chesapeake Chrbtlan Schoob pkced second In ovendl 
competition. 



Sitting on top (rf the bars b the best plarc to cat^ the taa 
for, 1-r, Darten Lane of LoagrMge Road, TerrI Voder of 
Bkckwater, and Tamml Holton of dark Comrt. 



Photos by Rhonda Miller 






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Li|. assortment of bird cages 

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'4867950 



Beach residents earn 
masters from Pepperdine 



Nine Virginia Beach re- 
sidents have earned 
Master's degrees in the 
Peiqierdine University^ 
School of Prdiessional 
Studies. Graduation re- 
cognition ceremonies were 
lield recently at the Naval 
Amphibious Base. 

Those receiving master of 
arts in human resources 
included Dennis H. Alvey, 
Tafanan C. Budd II, Robert 
E. Busche. Card V. Odlins. 
David L. Freeman, Daniel 
E. Griffin, and William J. 
Lottman. 



A Master of arts in 
counseling was conferred on 
Suzume B. Webster and 
Peter R. Scozzari received 
his master of arts in counsel- 
ing psychoiQgy. 

Brig. Gen. Alfred M. Gray 
addressed members ai the 
class and Dr. Warren I. 
Paul, chairman of the div- 
ision of human resources 
managenKitt oi Pepperdine 
University of Los ^jigelei, 
was present for the awirds. 
Ouqilain Willard Boiden 
gave the invocation and 
benediction. 



Hangen selected as 
Belgium exchange student 



Rice recognizes Hellinger 

Muk Steven Hellinger. a graduate ot Kempsville Ifigfa 
Scluxl is CDC of 783 outstandtaig Rice University students 
named to the presklent^ honor rdl for the M senwster d 
tlw 1977-1918 acadraiic year. 

Outstanding students who maintain high grwte averages 
are hooored eadi semester tlffough the publkation of tiM 
presidentli honor rcU, and tint distinction is made a part of 
the student^ permanent record. 

Geographiddly, the honor roll indodes 188 students from 
high schools in the Houston area. 242 students from Texas 
high sdioob outside the Houston area, 325 students from 
out-of-state high sdioob. and 30 students from high schoob 
in foreign countries. 

Rice University now enroQs 3.600 students of whom 2400' 
are undergraduates. It ranks among the top three 
universities in the United States in the number of Nttionfl 
Merit. National Achievement, aad Presidential IdioUrs 
enrolled. 

Long known for its sconce, ar^tecture. and engineerinf 
achievement. Rice now grwluttes more stuctents hi the 
humanities and social sciences. Its two iwwest divisions are 
%be Shepherd Schod of Music and the Jesse R Jones 
Qraduitte School of Administration. 

Hellinger is the son of Ofr. aad Mrs. R. L. Hellinger, 616 
Sam Sneed Lane, Virginia BeK:h. 



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Christopher Hangen. son 
ci Mt. and Kfrs. Jesse S. 
Ibngen of Virginia Beach 
and a stuctent at Kellam 
Ifigh Schod. has been 
selected by Youth for 
Untterstaiuling to live with a 
fiumly in Be^ium next year. 

Youth for Understanding 
is a noD-pr(^t internuional. 
studem exdumge program 
whidi has exchange seam 



53,000 students. Students 14 
through 18 are eligible for 
consideration. 

Ai^liottions are miw 
being accepted for both 
summer and year-loi^ pro- 
grams. The app^atkm 
deadline is Ai^il 30. Those 
interested may write Suan 
M. Osborn, 3107 Ken^t 
Road. Chesapeake. 23325. 





THIS WEEK, THOB 
IMEETS THE MUNCHKINS;! 



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Domrti and Mart your coAR^ton 

tKmF(MX: 1100 N. MIkary »ry 
' OffiSAraAKE: ' ^ 

3277 Wwera ftaadi H? d. 
VIRONIA mMX: 



Day In and day out you 
find you need Ihctf extra drink. To 
help you ttvqug^ that meeting. To 
help you face the family. And 
everyday Wiat extra drink becomes 
another extra drink. And It hurts. 
Write or call In confidence 
for f acfe cr» the ptogram for 
the treoftTTent of alcoholism. In a 
comfcftable, coring atmosj^iere. 
SpectaIWi con help you face ftie 
day wimogt that extra drink, Isnl 
thdtd Ksberlng thought? 

. ALCMOUtMTMAnMMT 
^MeKAMOPTIMIIMmi 

CoN 481-1216 

Accf«citodt>yW»JoWQ3mmlitt3non1he 

AccncMoMon of Ho««ah. 
AppKwadtor HueOc«,Ctan«M, Msdeo* 
ondotwr hMMh covwoe*. 



The growing South: 

Its population is growing 

ten percent faster than 

the rest of the US. 

And Southern Railway 
is growing right along 



TPl ctlmfmt Wcohol homm ai opoMc seivk»; 
l-MV or ^9NmMa) tirfmf 



Everytx)dy knows that die South is 

one (x the fEotest^ptmiiK areas in 

tfie U.S. BiA what ^xi n^^ not 

know is d»tt tN So^& p(9N^rtkn » i^tnviii; 

a fuU 109( fyter than the rest ol the cxxmtry. 

Needess to s^, «% at S(Nitittm Rjdlway 
are hiVPf abottf all tfib because eadi time dk 
S0trthym,wegrow, toa 

Afleridl, who do you tfm^ cairi^ the raw 
matOM^ to fl» t»w {to^ tfiat are pait (rf 
tUs srowtt? And th^ fini^ied gDO& to 
ms£^? h Uoge nmsw^ we do. 

Ami, » me Soi^ H^julatbn grows «^ 
do you tMnk brnwB (he om^ these people 
need? The cars, tSe carp^ flieappl&ioes, the 
doMg. the qjoctii^ goods and the food? 
Lai|^,iredo. 

«^ w^ not powu% it^ to ^p up widi 
the evo^icreaai^ pojMd&on. We^e giowi% 
to be pRpsffed for SI even b^ger South of 
tiieftfae.^ 

Aooonftig to tt» fetteal go^^rmneitt, tiie 



with it. 



ndlro^ wfll g^ m faicrease in 
freight volume of 143% by 1990. 
And the railroads^ share k 
market will go up by a tug 24%. 

Wll we get the liwi's share of these in- 
crease wdrai tlwy cane? Maybe. &rt whatever 
happens, weV« gettimt ready for them by 
emancKng r^t now. V^feVe puttii^ in a new 
$« nfllkm ftioght dassificatHMH^ in Ffeftii 
Csx>lina. Vfe^ addinc to cwr ntowrave com- 
munication sjretan, wmkhisahi^ tiw laig^ 
in tf» South. AikJ vrete layii^t^Me tnm. 
where aie used to be OKwg^ tohaKfle tte 
traffic in tiiear^ 

So, even tlxwgh we*e grownw ikht aloi^ 
with you, weVe also aowii^ ateiBotyou. 

Bec»ise when Ok d«iaml is tti»ie, we 
>^int to be tittre, r^^ to save. 

SOUTHERN 

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Voii don't have to be kosher...to enjoy "Jinfuny Barbour Quartet*' 



lr«a 4601 have tobe leilrish toenjoy Levy'i Jewish Rye 
iretd* was my fiivarite ad in N.Y. It was always 
semt^amd by i picture of an Indian, an Oriental, an 
isitai^ ftc. 

And yen doot have to be Jewish to eajoy the music.or 
te Kosher kwixeen...tt The Jewish Mother" on Pacific 
ivvem just iMTth of Laslttai Road. 

■Ihsniy Barbour^ Quartet" had people lined up waiting 
*Je«s.^0Bce seated they dUpbved rapt attention, and 
iVfURlited viforousb^ after eadi dfering. There was no 
aildoti wd the crowd was mostly on tlw young side. 

lids all-star group idi^ed mostly The New Thing"... 
kvast garde siyfbgs ihdudlng some of Barbour^ own 
no^Mittians. Toirard the eml of a set they'll swmg hito 4/4 
br i ^t, and cWlver a romantic baUad such as Jack Todd'h 
W^ version 0^ The Shadow Of Your Smik." 

||yrb«« is blown as one (rf the top drummers in 
l0Mthciutern Vvlinia Oie wm once flown to Florida to play 
leUnd Sinatra). On this job he pUys dbes exclusively...and 
ritjltittdi virtttosky that I was astounded. Playhig with four 
ro^^ Is aUn to ptatytaig the jriano with diopsticks. And 
hoii hlue-tipoed mallets are dten a blur as he sways from 
lUe (o side to opver the faistrument. He expends enough 
tnefgy to rim Vepco for 24 hours. 



An Aquarian, Jimnqr is identified locally for his work with 
Joe Jones, INck Morgan aul KIdcwerk. He bypassed ui 
(rffer from Joe Mangione. 

• Jade Todd was also a prind|de in Klokwerk. I knew Jack 
as «D exoeiMional organist^ii^er, but iu>w I must a gree with 
those who had '^putd* me: ht IS EVEN BETTER on 
tenor sax. ToiM is a Coni^kut Chpricorn wto may soon 
luive an albiun out, backed with strings. Todd plays with 
great CeeUng, and has the technique to express his wide 
range of ideas. If youll forgive the diche, he truly makes the 
saxoidione taOc. And luigh. And cry. 

Bassist EsdrM LuUn is an accompUshed guitarist, but 
seems to stick to bass mainly. Lubk is a mystery man; an 
mtinerant Rsoes who has pl^red often with Joe Jones. 

Drumn^r Howard Cbrtis, like Barboiu, phiys vibes and 
piano, but not on this gig. Curtis is a graduate of 
Shenandoah Conservatory. A Gemini, he is from the 
Pemnsuhi, and like the rest of the group is totally devoted to 
jazz, while aqNiUe of (riaying with symphones and pit bands. 

It was shting with Barbour^ protege, 17 year old Jeff 
Burns, who is a regukr with the talented floorshow act. 
The Uptown Special" (cuttbig a show is an art unto itself, 
that even many jazz men have not mastered). 

Ihis accomplished Granby senior stated that iie 



renowned viMst Vic Feldman was to have been in town, and 
had hoped to stop by, but had to cancel. Jeff ventived that 
Vic woiildVe Ul»d Barbourli i^hig. 1 countered that he 
might not have; he mightVe left with his tail between his 
legs, headiiv for the woodshed (for more practtee). 
,^* The maaageiMnt is to be congrati^ted for havtaig the 
courage to {vesent what is unfortunately not a pqnilar art 
form in this country (if this were Europe, the quartet would 
be revered). The menu is sprinkled whh sudi sayings as 
'^y faidlgestion be a stranger to you." You can even get 
plain soda wtter for 26 cents. 

Jinuny Barbour you should hear; better for you he is than 
, diicken soup awreddy. 

April 17 at 8 catch the Rainbow Jazz Festival at Center 
theater; A|»-il 19 at 8:15 hear the ODXJ Jazz Ensemble at 
ODU's Technteal llieater on Hampton Boulevard. 

Alex Dsborn should add a chapter to his great book "Wake 
Up Your hfind." A three work Chapter: "Ifear Jhnmy 
Barbour. 

Ed. Note: Eric Stevens wiU be teaching JAZZ APP- 
REQATION (mdnly a listening course) Monday and 
Tuesday nights during April and May to people (tf all ages. 
Details: 481-3926. 



Rare Bordeaux wine 
sh6ws up at Beach 

What Stales does an eighty^one year old bottle of the 
finest, of Prendi wines have to tell? 

Taite Unlimited, a wta^, diecsc ud gourmet food 
bttslilasii, with stores in VkgUa WwA ud Norfolk. hM 
acquired & bottle of 1897 C^aM UOke-lUtlttchlld. 

The stog^B bottle of rare 19th eeittury Bordeaux is still % 
fine wtaw ia perfect ooodit^" said hs former ow^ner. a 
Miaad whie cotmoisseur. 

The wine was produced ttd ceUared at the- flsmous 
chateau until 1933 when it ma^ ks way to the U.S. by way 
of England. The former owner stared the bottte at the 
opttaom cellar temperature (SS'F) to preserve tiw "uineH 
refittMi dwa^er. The genttomah rMeiHly tasted one of a 
fow 1897i remidnhig in tiM worM and Mtested to the wfaiels 
endufhig qualities. 

Chateau Laflte-RothschiM ta one of Franoeli foremost 
vhieyards. In 18SS, the French classified their country "k 
wine rffoduoers hito five grainy or ^growths". Hie listfaig 
placed Chateau Ufite-RotittdUld at tht top of the first 
'growth" or as the premier aM» Tremier Qu". The wines 
of this chateau continue to ufriidd that honor to this day. 

Taite Ui^mited will disptay this rate Laflte wine at om of 
its three stores: MUtop West Sho^^ Center, Virghiia 
Beach; Coiley Avenue. Norfdk; or at Taste Umited. Padfic 
Avenue at the Beadi. 



cKaracterizations appeal at dinner theatre 




ByJQANOQATES 
SUN Editor 



tlfk a i^are treat for Virghiia Beadi Woody Allen lovers 
this week. Not only is this yearli Academy Award whmer. 
"Annie Hall", playhjg. a return engagement at the tfilltop 
Theatres, but the s mash irfi^ "Don't D"^jk the Water" is 
currently playing at the Tidewitter Dhiner Theatre. 

"Dont Drfaik the Water" ii typical Allen humor; the 
double meanings in every jdce. the failure and the stereo 
typed American family. 

The action takes pUne in the American embassy ia Russia. 
And what an emiwssy it is. 

There% a {viest. Father Drobhey. who is seeking asylum 

in the embassy and amuses himself with bungled magic. 

There% Kihoy. the ambassador'k right hand man, who 

thinks he is both of the Wright brothers. And theret Axel 

the son of the ambassato who itoes irathii^ but fail. 



Polaroid friiotOB of the KremUm, who rush to the embassy 
for eso^ie, ud you have the mess found m 'Dont Druik the 
Water." 

Hm play works largely due to the sjricy characterization oi 
the minor pbyers. Ihe Frendi Chef, iriayed by Chris Kyivos 
is excellent. VB» prissy and frmtrated mannerjsnns_ytojhe_ 



audience fanmedately. He can hardly oontrd his irration at 
the HoUanders and their chdce of food, as he prances and 
rants. In a Communist country at 8 t^dock at night, where 
do you get Sara Lee Coffee Cake?" he asks. 

Rick Ifite, as Father DrObney, also does a fine job. The 
priest without a congregation is played so expertly that one 
wishes he had more to do. And the father wonders if he 
could stage the "biggest mass conversion in history", what 
with behig the only Oathdic priest hi Russia. But he pushes 
the thought aside as he looks out the whidow. "Look at dl 
those communist^" he says. 

And as the New Jersey caterer and wife, the Hollanders, 
Ahn Sader and Ingrid Mauro thne each other expertly. 

He wanted to "^o to Atlantic Beach and swhn a little..." 
but her brother said go to Europe so they did. He worries 
about his business, the place with the &st bride and groom 
made from jello. And she worries about all those "guards 
and dogs and barred wire" outside the embassy with all 
those coounuiUsts carrying IHg u^ s^ns with our names 

Add a dash of ronuuice between the HoUander'k daughter 
and the ambassador 1i son and a wiblly schemed escape scene 
and you have l^ont Drink the Water". 

Add the elequenoe of the Tidewater Dhiner TheiUre and 
its beautifhily decorated set and you have an evenfaig you 

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A bottle of the rare whw, 1197 Chatcan Laflte-RothseUld, b 
now OB dlfplay at Taste Unlimited. 



florist Little theatre tryouts 

SfiBaks 



The Garden CM> of Oarol- 
aaiie Farm met it the home 
of Mfi. Card LMriindoslqr to 
h«ar a talk b^ Ridiard dark 
^ the Virgh^a Beach De- 
pirtiilent of A^IrAu». 

Ifii topic was on Tatting 
Ptaitts", whidi was high- 
Vghted by cofor sltos and 
iMtiure. Questions eonoefn- 
fa^ l^anu and what m^ht 
b^ done to fodlbate their 
gtoiMh were auwered by 
dark. The horti^urist 
1A9 deseribed how idants 
dm be used i» htterior 
dkdrathig. 



Cliib leirns 



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arranging 

nrisli flower vrvige- 
OMits w«e d^aidBStrMed 
by ioBn Ludtt ^the Mirdi 
mektag of the 0ve Henry 
ShoTM Qwdea t^. 

BlQifiOitr^ II presi^nt- 
^Mti wfll head a new shtte 
cfottoers. 

Iht dob wfl vtait the 
Norfofr Botai^al Gir<few. 

^11 library 

the Friends cfthe Vkf fai- 
hiiiidifiihllctfcra^havf 

Ifitiilut a fihtl^ faftthif*'- 
hnl^ lor we ^members 

e# the teBmn^j. 1^ 
pimii flUBh»^ l| J40-Sld0. 
^di «mek atApe<«ee«rd- 
^ «nMi^ #tt provide 
persflBS #fth iafor wtkB on 

vIoMdf tte vatili ttvUtes 
of m ttntty system and 
te hifofiBattoB en 
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layouts for The Little Foxes" wiU be held Monday, April 
17 and Tuesday. Aivfl 18 tt the Uttk Theatre of ^ghiia 
Beadi, 2Mh Street and Barberton Drive, at 8 |x^ 

T* e Little Foxes" is a drama by Lillimi HeUnum. set hi 
the deep South in the year 1900. 

Director Uz SiUs has issiwd a castfaig call for four women 
and she men. Femide parts mdude two wooMm hi their 
forties, one seventeen-year-old and ooe mature black 
woouuL Male parts mdude five midde-aged men, hKludfaig 
OK bhidc man. aiul one youth. 

The Uttle Foxes" is skted to run Msy 19 through June 3. 
The public is mvited to the April 17 and 18 tryouts. 



VWC to host workshop 



• A workslusp for aduhs wrestUav with the question of 
whether to return to ooOege or eitter ooiiege for the first 
tune win be held at ^^ida Wesleyan OoOege on ^ril 13. 

Tlie worln^. wMch is befa« held in QOQjttnction whh the 
annual CoUege Day for high scfaod Mnigrs, wiO begfai at 9 
a.m. The cost is S2 per person, which ta^ides a boa hmch, 
and advanx reservattons are requfred. 

The /^faik OauoH on canqws to spouoriag the workshop 
for thoM 2S or dder. The ^ogram wffl iadode a pmmI of 
adult sttideitts, fbiandal aid for aduh students fiHtturing 
Frank S. fti^, db-edoT' of BmotM idd at Wgfaiia 
Wesleyan, imd an expfauuftiOB of Me oxperiewx o-edit ud 
cttrrlcuhmt sefection featurfaig Dr. D. Barry I^ssoomb, 
assodate professor of psydMfogy and social science dhrision 

After hraeh, there wffl be opportui^ies for faidhrhhial 
m^tfaigs with fiKulty and-ahimtf . 



Circus acts sntsrtain 

On Wete»day. Mar^ 29, the d^ras ame to OrMO Rim. 
Over 40 seotts performed vvknis tkfm meu faiduding 
acrOlNttto, magk, Ikm tMih«, Mid deww. The grud 
parade «»4Ma by an mibeBoe of over ISOpM^. A spMhd 
Iffofess^^ Shake ad was performed Iqp Jtauqr Bowwrita 
a«ll^trANdsBAes. 
The a«ar^ cerenony consisted of the fotowmg: 
Wdf M^: David Harrta, IMridc Ronnn, Duane 
umm, JofeB Husen, Derek Wk^», David OOtert. 

OddMidMvwAirviNt Hui^ Rosmi, hit^iel Konqr, 
Josebo UbM, 1>um Mtfte, Peyton C^y. 



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Season closes with Tchekov's "Uncle Vanya" 





The Virginia Beach Parks ud Recreatioo Theatre opens 
with is final production of the adult season Friday with 
Anton Tchckov's "Uncle Vanya." 

Tchekov dJls the drama, a "scene of country life", which 
takes place in the 1890's in pre-revdutionary Russia. 

The play sets the mood for the Russia revdutioo," 
explained Henry De Shields, the director of "Uncle Vanya." 
'Wot once is the revolution mentioned in the script, yet you 
can sense the unrest.-.and the drifting d people with no 
purpose." 

Accordii^ to DeShklda, the theme ot the play idemon- 
strates how unproductive people...or people you might call 
parasites... can come into a situation where there is 
productivity andtotaUy paralyize the creativity of others..." 

DeShiekb classifies the play as a "realistic comedy." 
"We^e looking at peq>le as they really are," he noted. %nd 
how they effect one another. The situation Is not really 
ftmny to them but as we view it and see our own life.. .we can 
see the humor." 

"But it^ not a lia ha ha' type of humor," he added. There 



and some very heavy 



are some tentter momems in it 
moments in it." 

The play is not recommended fa small children, but Itl a 
good play for teen-agers to experience good drama at work, 
said DeShklds. 

1 "One reason we chose the play is because it% om of the 
Tchekov fteys that% not frequently doiw. And second 
because teachers and educators can use the production as a 
demonstration and example of a particular author or period 
of literature. 

Two peofde who have been to Russia and speak Russian 
are serving as advisors to the i^oduction ami ftirniture and 
props are us^d which are authentic of the period. 

Tlie set b open and airy, indicating a "^lace in time and 
space that will pass...like many problems people have," 
explained DeShields. 

This is not an easy show to dc^" he pobited out. In 
regards to cast, directing and set, it is a diffiOHlt show. 

But as DeShields related to ha cast itt a recent 
rehersal...'^d then thunderous applause" 



There are some very heavy emotions portrayed in the Parks 
and Recreation production of "Unde Vanya". Cbrbty 
Dividson, Joanna Undmann and George Topper arc 
pictured. 



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Soaya, played by J.oanna Llndmann, and Vanya, played by 
Allen Page, look to brighter days. 



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Henry DcSUeMs interprets a scene for Mdiael Guh. 





Vanya, played by ADen Page, appeals to ids motlier, ^qred 
by Gn7 Jones, for nnderatandlng. 



A reanatk moBent \^ shared by Yekn, Stepburic Rria, 
and Astrov, WML Stanpeon. 



Photos by Joan Coates 




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Mutual Federal hosts preview art show 



'*WiHi for KwdlMlqr".! iflk icren kjr Gwy AduH 



Ihriatinakers at Cfe«ot Galleries" will be previewing at 
Mitoal Federal Savings and Loan^ IMtop North office in 
Virginia Bea^. 

The shew opened April 4 and will continue throughout the 
month. Following this jveview exidbit, the show will be 
displayed at QKnt QaUeries in Norfolk during the month of 
June. 

A sampling of this i^iM-collectiaa indudes a wide variety 
of etchings, silk screen ptiats, woodcuts and mono prints of 
nationally known artbti. The exl^iitors displaying at 
Mutual Federals miltop North c^Bce are: 

Qary Adanu - Richmond 
Silk Screen Prints 

Qraig English • Washington Qrove. Maryland 
Silk Screen Prints 

Paula Goodnum - Near Yak | 

Woodcuts 

Kfichael Jaques. Boston 
Etchings 

Gary Jenks, Virginia BAdi 
Etchings 

Kim Keever. Norfolk 
Mono Prints 

Stan Washburn, Oiddaad, CBlifornia 
Etchings 

Hours for the show are from 10 a.m. until S p.m., Monday 
through Thursday and 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday. All of 
the artwork is displayed for sale. 




'^icwi of Sieim", a woodcvt by Paaia Goodnaa. 



Windsor Oaks Elementary School 
offers fun for carnival lovers 



Anyone who ei^pys a carnival is invited to come to 
Wimlsor Oaks Elementary School April 15 from 10 a.m. - 3 
p.m. at 3800 Van Buren Drive in Virginia Beach. 

Iliere will be a wide variety of entertainment. The Ftm 
Tiae Qoggers are ^)pa]achian clog dancers from Virginia 
Beach who have performed throughout the Tidewater Area 
and North Qffolina. Iliey will be demonstratmg traditional 
mouittun style clogging with i^nty of old-ti^ enthusiasm. 

Rose Marie Lee, modeling instructor for Models Inc. of 
Virghiia Beadi, and Robert Fernandez, abo of Models Inc., 
win ptaatQi M exhiUtion of robot oMdeliag. ^ 

Otbet entertainmem groups will incfaide a group from the 
Fielda Daaoe Studio, the K-9 Dqg Show, and a group from 
the CiMiek Norris School of Karate. 

A sdioMe of the performuoe times will be posted next to 
the sduxl stage. 

There will be the white etephants, baked goods, $ad aafts 
bazaars with an extensive number of unkiiM, aeative items 
for km prices. 

Oontestttits will indude selecting a king and queen of the 
camivai, pie-eating, and twirling hula-hoops. 



Ktoia Camilleri of Tre Marl's International Hairstyling is 
donating her time to this event. Anyone who needs a haircut 
for a reduced price can find it here. A make-up booth will 
also be a featured attraction. 

The student co-operative association is building a haunted 
house nd cub pack 493 is constructing a maze. Thty 
promise no one will become permaiwntly lost or frightenedl 

A fortune teller will be on hand to foretell everyone^ 
future. 

There will be a cake walk and game booths galore s< 
a flsh pood, duck My), dart board, mflk bottles, 
t^, ring toH, aunB tin ami down bean bag. 

Grand prhe for the raf& will be a day for four at the Old' 
Comttry Busch Gardens (indudes admission, $14 in food 
coiqxns, a|id four T-«hirts). Second price will be dinner for 
two at the Obmi. There will also be 30 additional prices. 

Snack standi will offer driiycs, popcorn, carmel qq)les, 
cotton candy, hot dogs, pizza ud ice cream. 

Thanks to iH-indpal Anthony Mendni aiul the teadurs, 
the entire carnival except tlw space walk and train ride will 
be held indoors, so rain can't danqien anyone^ day. 





The Fob Time Ogggcrs warm ap for the Windsor Oaks 
Elementary carnival. 



Spaghetti dinner set 



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A spaghetti dinner will be 
held on Friday, April 14, at 
the Ourdi of the Ascension, 
48S3 Prhwets Anne Road. 

Dinners win be served at 
3:30, 6;30 and 7:30 p.m. 



(Tidcets are $2.30 Ovge) 
ami $1.23 (small) and we 
available after aU masses 
Stturday and Sunday and at 
the parbh house durfaig the 
week. 



Kellam ensemble Is tops 



The Keliaffl Itigh Schod 
Wfaid EasoBble won top 
honsn tt the ^giite Baml 
andOrchNtra M-ectors 
AasoetationDMrictU 
FttOvA held recently at 
Mneeii Amic H^h Sdiod. 

K^i^ received a un- 
; tttp^ior ratfaig. 



the onfy band among 23 
scoring so high. 

The tand, ^ected by 
Jade Sperry, |^^ at a 
concert at the Uttie Qeek 
>^qiUl^ii» Base durhig the 
anrad Afl-EMtem Band 
and batrumentat CSnic itt 1 
p.m. Mtardi31. 



Bmiefit concert planned 



' West coast miiddans 
Jimirie S^weifa nd Jtm 
Cowger wfll pafom a 
boiM CMWNt ^Nwnicd by 
SdeMology Vbifaiia feadi 
cm April 27. 

|te eoncnt wU begto at 8 
p.m. aA m VbiMe BmkA 
DcMe. 

Ht^ts are SS and 



ate 



availaUe at tiie fc4k>wing 
looitkmt: Sctentology Vir- 
ginia Beach, 21(a Medito- 
anMB Avrauei Dim box 
tMx, IMi Micet at the 
boM^; and Itenny Tea- 
gaidraa Music ^ore, 23rd 
•^^ at the beadi. 
For ftirtt^ infunatkm 

cMmsm. 



FC fcN'encsice place 



Two Ptait OoiOiriid I^ 
Sdhod st^tatts ^0^ first 
tai * now lonsHi^ of 
the NattanriFoTMla Len- 
«M teM tt the Uriversky of 
VkaWa. 

fk Mvak ttmed frst in 
the df^^ orttory &M-^^ 
gory.ii 



wen Ibst far dra^Kie mter- 
pretttkn Mid ghb ex- 
tc^p^Mtmn sp^U^. 

tanslic WffprMMkn. 
TUs k the sorth ran- 
s«tf^ yiV for tte l^tekn- 
aLJoMHta iM^meem- 

peikhxB. 



Pops present fourth 
concert of season 



Tbt fourth concert of the 1977-78 season wiU be presented 
by the \^ginia Beadi Pops Symphony on Simday, >^il 16. 

Under the dfrection of Walter Noona, the concert wfll 
begin at 2:30 im at the VfrgUa Beach Ovte Oenter. 

The ikmed Waher Noona Trto wiU be the guest artists for 
this performance. One <rf their rendhions wiU be selections 
from "West Side Story" arranged by Mark McGovern. 

Anotter section from the program wfll be Prokofievli 
'TeterandtbeWdf." 

Hdcets are $3 for aduk wad S2 for seniar dtizens and 
studems under 18. Tfckets ve avaflaUe at the ban office of 
the Virghiia Beach Civic Oemer. 



Poetry contest open 



ifarthei 
Brndenberg Ooncarto#2 F M|)ar- 



OspeiaBd 
Badi 

Bedetaky March gtraasi 

INTEKMBSION 

Peter and the Won Profcolicv 

■NTESMISSION 
Wast SMc Story Sdectkna arr.lfcGovem 



Campfire Councii presents 
a pr , show for mMibers 



The "nStwutt OomiM of 
Quq>Fve wiU |»-esein a pet 
shear for ks nealben on 
Snniqr« ^pi ^, m 2 p.ni. 
ta th> ^k heltef tte 
Kcnvavllr Mtmsk LArvy. 

The nks for the ahtw 
ve: pet mm he on • 1^^ 
or In a &buIbu nd o^p 
one pet per ^ild. 

Mpwtkv^wfl re- 



ceive rnrttons for Jnd^ng in 
categorlc«, swh m longest 
uMt IkMmU BMit WNSual. 

The nrtmtaM for the show 
is SodiV, Aprfl M tt 2 p.m. 
te the s^ ItGMkn. 

The pot b h»*Hl tt in 



For Airihef MamMtMn, 
Om^ fin m^bmt thotM 
aflAnn^sott«34D-29r. 



A grand prize (^$1000 will 
be awarded in a new poetry 
competition sponsored by 
World of Poetry, a bi- 
monthly newsletter for 
poets. Also included are 49 
other cash and merchandise 
awards. 

Virginia Beach poets are 
eligible to enter the contest. 



Says contest director Joseph 
Mellon, "^e want to 
encourage poets-even poets 
who have written only one 
pocml" 

Rules and entry forms are 
available from Worid of 
Poetry, 2431 Stocktoi Blvd. 
Dept. C. Sacramento, Qdif- 
ornia9S817. 



Library of fers program 
on f iower arranging 



The Virginia Bead) Public 
Library System wfll i^esent 
a program on sprfaig flower 
arranging at its Ckeat Neck 
Branch on Tuesday, AprU 
11, at 7:30 p.m. for persons 
(tallages. 

Wayne Jones oi Flowers 
win conduti the program. 
As a weU-known Ibrist in 
the area, Jones wfll demons- 
trate spring flower vrange- 



ihehts and wiH be avs^ble 
for questions. "^ 

There is no diarge or 
registration for this 
program. 

The library is located at 
12S1 Bayne l^ive in the 
IfiUtop vea ot Virginia 
Beach. 

For additional information 
m tUs program contad 
Debbie Cvter at 481-6094. 



Reglstraton held at YMCA 

The Virgink he&ch FamUy YMCA wiU hcU registration 
for classes ^U 10-16 for fiunify members and AprU 17-22 
for the axnswdty. Horns of regktration are Monday-Fri- 
day, 10 am • 9 fwi, Satwdays 10 am - 4 pn. 

Classes begin the week at AptH 24 and tnchide youth 
progresshre swfan and gymnastks |»rogruns, soiba, 
advanxd Mfcsavi^. ix'e^^xl gymnaatia I and II, 
sttonMtks, yoga, beflytbuidng I, II, III, orettive (famoe 
(aerdites), coiqiies oonditiomv, o»ns i^ysicy oondftioning 
I, U and femang. 

New dttses fa^Me teimis, tMn disoo, aduh ^eo, aduh 
gymantis and J^some flower tfr^ch^. 

Tlw Pi^^ Oemer tt Mt. Trwhmore p^ovktes a ceittrid 
kx^ion for%^tty ret^ettkxMl md tastradioaid ai^hrUes. 
LmdtaS tm^ wbA s^te adiA memlb^s^n are avtfabtc 
for we of the gym, pod, ten^ eowts, ^verstf we^ht 
equina mud ttMniM i^hrtties, sud> as, co«d 
vdkytaA, bnskettell and gymnutka workoitts. 

Ctt tte *?* at ^9-231 1 for tother taformtten. 



Beacii ceramists capture 
26 state art awards 



Virginia Beach had 26 winners in the 8th annual Virginia 
Ceramic-Show at the Virginia State Fairgrounds in 
Richmond. 

The show was sponsored by Virginia Oermists, Inc., the 
State Assodatkm of Ceramic Teachers, studios and 
suppliers from over the state of Virginia. 

Oeramic World (rf Virginia Beach sponsored 133 entries in 
both the prc^ssional and amateur divisions with 103 pieces 
taking ribbons. 

Among the judges was Cusius M. King ot King Florist, 
Virginia BeKb, who is one of tte early founders of Virginia 
Ceramists, Inc. 

Winning i^ces are on display at Ceramic World, 3011 
develaml Street. 

Ceramic pieces-china pieces and hand-built items-were 
accepted from aU ages, from children under five to senkr 
dtizens over 63. 

Virginia Beadi winiwrs in tte prtrfessional category were 
Barbwa Judd, Ebdne WUe, Rui^ Koone, Sharon Ridiards, 
LUUui DeVenny, Jolm P. DeVenny and Mrs. Hazel Boutin. 

Winners in the hdrtqr ottegory from the Bead) were Kfrs. 
E.L. Dowdy, Lois Godfrey, Petty Kite, Ondi Nekhauer, 
Anha ZiMvnUc, Linda Bress, Hazel Neal, Dot Brodie, 
Qarlami Jukson, Gerry Jackson, Frank Palmer, Betty 
KeUy, FeUdta Alters and Connk Stedd. 

Beach wbuers in tte dhflchenli and yowg aduh category 
were Dana Koone, Kfike Sansom, h^^iael Jacote, "J. J." 
DeVemiy tand S. Ray Huntley. 




Silver Salts elect officers 

Sflver Safts of Tidewater Itave etetted Anne PoweO 
prMkkm for tte coBdat yew. Alsosekcted to serve are Iva 
Shteh, vtee iveskieirt; Helen Gomoty, seo-etary, and Mwch 
AffcMleU, tTMSwer. 

Silver Saks ve former Mivy WAVES and yeoBMnettes as 
weO » ttese aareai^ on adlve dmy. 

Tte group eiuoys informal get-togetters four tinMS a yev 
tt a bal rest^am or tervkx chd>. Tte mxt m^^ wfll 
te teM on WedMS^ w^U, Ai^fl 19, at Lawa tt Brvta^ 
Qifo, M18 Princess Aam Uvd.. Norfolk, Hum ^nr teglu 
tt 6 p -oi with tte b^N at ? p.m. 



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lOA VreONU UACH SUN D WEDNESpAY, APRft 12, 1971 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



Virginia: In the Oerkl Off- 
ice di the Qrcuit Court of 
t he Qty oi Virginia Beach, 
ifii the 17th day of March, 
1978 

^N RE: Adoptkn ofKimber- 
ly Ann hbdero, in infant 
under the age aS 14 years to 
be known as Kimberly Ann 
Davies. by Sheila Darlene 
Oavies and Karl Dee Davies 



IN CHANCERY 
NO. C78-383 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this pro- 
ceeding is to effectuate the 
adoption (tf the above named 
infgint by Sheila Darlene 
Davids and Karl Dee Davies 
and the change of name of 
the said infimt to Kimberly 
Ann Davies. 

An affidavit having been 
made and filed by Sheila 
Oarlene Davies, setting for- 
th that she is the petitioner, 
ilong with her husband, 
Karl E>ee Davies in the 
above styled cause, the ob- 
ject of which is to effectuitte 
the adoption ai Kimberly 
Ann Madero by Sheila Dar- 
lene Davies and Karl Dee 
Davies, and to change the 
name of said infimt to Kim- 
berly Ann Davies; and that 
the natural bther of saU 
chUd, Rafael Madero, is not 
a resident of the Sttte of 
Virginia, and that his last 
known post office address is 
23 Hgh Street, Livermore 
Falls, Maine, now therefore, 
it is 

ORDERED that the said 
Ra&el Madero appear in this 
Court on or before May 8, 
1978, and indicate his atti- 
tude tovvard the proposed 
adoption or otherwise do 
what is necessary to protect 
his interest herein. 

It is further (ADERED 
that the foregoing portion of 
this order be published once 
a week for four smoessive 
weeks in the Vtoginia Beach 
Sun, a newspqxr having 
general drculation in the 
Gty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

I ask for this: 

Robert H. Bennett 

P.O. BoK 822 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23431 

A Copy Teste: John V. Pen- 
tress, Qerk 
By Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 

VBS-3/22. 3/29, 4/5, 4/12 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION ordir (M- IHIHI It A1 ION 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court aerk% Office oi the 
Qty oi Virginia Beach on 
this 22 day (tf March, 1978. 
Re: Adoption of James Will- 
iam Ross, III and Tera Jean 
Ross, infisnts 

By: James William Ross, 
Jr., and Audrey Bernadine 
Harris Ross, his wife 

ORDER 

The object of this smt b to 
secwe the adaption of 
James William Ross. lU , 
and Tera Jean Ross, mfimts 
by James WilHam Ross, Jr., 
and Audrey Bernadine 
(brris Ross, his wife. Pet- 
tkoen prsf that a fbial 
order ttf aikptian be entered 
in the above styled adoption 
allowing the iMiaptian; that 
the mother of said di^en, 
Oarofya Laveme Robs, re- 
sides at 2749 26th Avenue, 
ApartoKnt C, Oaklaiul, Cal- 
ifornia, and her consent 
appears to be unotMainable 
ai^ 

IT IS THEREFCMIE <»1>- 
ERED that tlK sttd Qtfotyn 
Laverfl« Ross (fo ai^ettr 
before this Court on or 
before Miy 12, 191V t^ 
seqtKnt todue iMiUiattkm of 
tim aider *ai (ki wfatt b 
aeoesswy to i^otect her 
internt ia this proceetbig; 
a nd 

IT IS FURTHER ORD- 
ERED that thfa order be 
fMkh^ OQoe a week for 
faw suoxsshre weela ta the 
Vhrgiua Bnch Sua, a oews- 
p^et kw^ ffo^al <t- 
cuhtkm a the Ay alVk- 

Acqn^tMtt: JotaV. Pen- 

1^ mmi A. KemriMO, De- 
f^ Ouk, 

aad Oweaa, 
MM 



In the aerk^ Office oi the 

Circuit Court of the CUy ci 

Virginia BeMb, Va., oo the 

ISth day <rf March, 1978. 

Sandra Arth Phillipt, 

Plaintiff 

against 

Albert John Phillips, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vii^ulo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendvit, upon the grounds 
of one year seiwration and 
^mrt. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being:SS« 227-78-4403, 
3S.A.BN3, 1/33 S.P., Fort 
KnoK, Kentucky 40121 it is 
ordered that he doqjpear on 
or before the 3th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A oopy-teste: John V. Pen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
Dutv. Qerk. 
Janet B. Burt p.q. 
1369 LasUn Road 
P.O.B0R 623 
Virginia Beach. VA 23451 

VBS-3/22,3/29,4/5.4/12 - 4t 



In the Oerk'k Office oi the 
Grcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach. VA, on the 
4th day of AprU, 1978. 

Veronica Elizabeth Purcell 

Halawa, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Jalal n^ahim Halawa, 

Defendant. 

Hk dbitct of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro, from bed and bovd 
from tiw said (kfendaitt, 
i^Mn the grounds of desert- 
ion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a noo-resi&nt 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: Saloon Algazi, 
HteenSt., Nabhu. Israel. It 
is ordered that be do appeal 
on or befae the 25th of May, 
1978, and do what pay be 
necessary to {votect his 
faiterest in this suit. 

A oqqr-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

Howard E. Oopeland 
Board <tf Trade BUg. 
Plume and Atlantic Streets 
Norfolk, VA 23510 



In the Ckrk*s Office of the 
Qrcuit Court (tf the Gty c^ 
Virginia Beadi, VA, on the 
23rd day of March, 1978. 
Betty Border Lanham, 
-Plaintiff, 
against 

Jeffrey Wayne Lanham, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimoiyi from the said 
defendant, upon the ground* ; 
ofaoc year (1) year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, tte 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 66 North 25th 
Street. Newark, CXiio. It is 
ordered that he do appear on 
or before the 13th of May. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By:Piati A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Gerk. 

David D. Dickerson. p.q. 
Pembroke One-Suite 325 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

VBS 4/5, 4/12,4/19, 4/24 



VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



4t ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Gerk^ Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Gty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on the 

29thday of March, 1978. 

Donna Phyllis Hayes. 

Pliuntiff, 

against 

John R. Watkins, a/k/a 

Richard Edward Hayes, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tlw Definid- 
ant upon the grouiuis of 
deseration, auelty and/or 
separation ia excess of one 
year. 

And ui affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virgiida, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 305 East Oroad 
Street, EUzabeth Gty, 
North Ouolina, 27909. It is 
ordered that he do appear on 
or before the 19th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to fffotect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Gerk. 
Marc Jaooltton. p.q. 
6663 Stoney Poiitt South 
Norfolk, VA 23502 

VBS 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Gerk^ Office of the 
Grcuit Court of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach. VA on the 
3rd day of Aprfi. 1978. 

Kfichael Oordono, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Maria Emguschowa 

Oordono, 

Defbndant. 

The object of this suit is to^ 
obtafai a divorce a vinciilo^ 
matrtanonii from the sua "^ 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of having Uved separate and 
apart wltluut faiterriq)tian 
and without cohabitation 
since Septe^iber 23. 1967. 

And an affidavft l»ving 
been made and filed that tlw 
(fefendant is a oon-resklent 
of the State of A%glnte, tlK 
last known post office aidd- 
ress behig: 85 Prospect St- 
reet, Patterson. New Jersey 
07505. It is ordered that 
Maria Emguschowa 
Oordono do appear on or 
before the 24th of Nfay. 
1978. and do what may be 
Moessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A cQpy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress. Ckrk 

By: J. Gutis Fruit, Deputy 
Gerk. 

Herbert F. met, Jr. p.q. 
Post Office BoK 5203 
Chesmeake, ^ginia 23324 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



In the Gerk'S Office oi the 

Grcuit Court d the Gty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

14th day of March, 197t. 

Cynthia Marie Paul Nfinnig. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Darryl Brad Nfinnig, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit ii to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrtanonii from the said 
defendant, upon the groonds 
of one year separatkn.' 



% 



been n^ide and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
(tf the State of Vii^m, the 
last known post office 
address being: 407 N. Con- 
cord Street, Lancaster, 
PennsyhraoM^ 17603 it is 
ordered that'he ioappear on 
or before the 4th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pattfe A. Keenehan, 
Deimty Gerk. 

Janes A. Roy p.q. 
Greenbrier Law Bldg. 
116QiatalWay, 
P. O.Baic 1523 
Chesapeake, VA 23220 

VBS-3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12 



In the Gerk*! Office of the 

Grcuit Court <^ the Gty of 

Virginia Bcadi, Va. on the 

3rd day of AprU. 1978. 

Linda Gail Sowers, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jackson Lee Sowers, 

Defendmt. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vidauulo 
matrimonii finom the said 
defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been nuute and fUed that the 
defei^ant is a nonrresklent 
of the State of Virgtaiia, the 
last known post office aidd- 
ress being: 1st aiMl 6th Field 
Artillery, Headquarters 
Company, Port Bragg, NC 
28307. It is ordered that 
Jackson Lee Sowers do 
appear on or before the 24th 
oi May, 1978, and do what 
may be necess vy to protect 
his interest fai this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Gerk 

By: J. Curtb Fruit, Deputy, 
Gerk. 

Broyles, Gorry, Moore A 
Brydges 

'33th Street A Pacific Ave- 
nue 
Virgtaiia Beach, Vtarguitai 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26. 3/3 



ORDER CV PUBLICATICX^ 



In the Gerk^ Office of the 
Grcuit Court of the Gty of 
Virgtaitai Beach, VA, on the 
5th day of AprU, 1978. 

James Louis Amspacher, 

Plauitiff, 

against 

Ikten Patrida Amspacher, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vmcuk) 
J matrlmai^ from the said 
defeifSadlf, upOia (he grdmis 
of one year contunious se- 
paration. 

Aad an affidavit havtaig 
been made and ,filed that tte 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virgtaiia, tlw 
last known pOst office add- 
ress beuig: 2613 Featon 
Place. National Gty, Cilif- 
ornia 92030. It is ordered 
that she do tq}pear on or 
before the 26th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A oopy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Kennehan. De- 
puty Gerk. 
Tom C Smith p.q. 
^i04 Padfic Avenue 
Virgtaitai Beach, VA. 23451 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION ^^^^R OF PUBUCATION 



In the Gerk'k Oflkx of the 
Grcuh Court oi the Gty of 
Vfa^gfaua Beach, VA, on the 
29th day of March, 1978. 

Gary John Perrefra, 

Plauitiff, 

agaiut 

Jo Ann Bicfael Ferrefa^a, 

Defendaitt. 

The obJMt of tUs sott b to 
obtafai a ttvoroe a vtaicdo 
matrkwsfi from the said 
(fefenjtautt, iqxn tte groimds 
of squrtticB far a period of 
tai excess of one jmff. 

And an affidavit havtaig 
been OBHle and IBed that the 
defeoAffll b a mn-resideitt 
of the State of Virgfaita. the 
last known pott office stikl- 
ress betaig: 282 Md<fie Road, 
Ad^wt, MHsa^Bsetts. It 
b ordered ttat she dolvp- 
Off OB sr befaR the 19lh of 
Mqr, 197t, and do wte miqr 
be MOMsary to protMt her 
bttcN^M B tMs suit. 

Aoopy-mtc: 

Jflta V. Pen- 

ti^ 

^ri ggtfA ^w^haaj De- . 

^^vl^flMb p,q. 
P.OAkISM 
»« S. Mfciry l»hwy 
i,VA.S329 



In the Gerk^ Office of tte. 

Grcuft Court of the Gty of 

Virgfaua Beacii, VA on the 

3rd day of AprU, 1978. 

Mffgaret Laura Kilgore, 

Plafaitifr, 

agafaist 

Jeffrey Seth KUgore, 

Defendant. 



The oi^ect of tUs suta b to 
obtafai a <Uvoree A Meua et 
thoro to be later n^ged faito 
a divorce A ^^KstoMat- 
tkBoaH from the sdd de- 
fendaffi qxii the growids of 
dnertiOB. 

And. an affidavit iMvfaig 
bMoaade aad filed thu the 
defendHtt b a aoB-resldeBt 
of the State of VIrgUa. the 
httt known pen oOoe add- 
ress bei^: Rotte 6, Rogrles 
Aveime, Onffch Mi, Teim- 
essee fmL It b ordered 
that Jeffrey Seth KOgore do 
^ipear OB or before the 24th 
ofMqr, 1978. ud do what 
amf be aaeesstty to protect 
tt teerat ta thb suit. 

A oopy-teste: Jttm V. Peo- 
tros, Gerk 

%: J. Girttt FnA, D^Mj 

Oak. 

CUttie k Qmtttwm, p.q. 

2«FfrstODkiiiall«id 

Virgil Beach. ^^Bie 



In the Gerk% OtBae oi the 

Grcuit Court of the Gty oi 

Vu-ginia Beadi, Va.. on the 

23rd day of March. 1978. 

Sidney J. HgUe, 

Plataitiff, 

against 

Patrida Marie HgUe, 

Defendant, 



The ob^ct of thb suit u to 
obtafai a divorce a vinculo 
matrfaiKxui, or to the alter- 
native a divorce a oeua et 
thoro to be Uaer merged taito 
a divflrce a vinculo matri- 
monU from the said defen- 
datt, upon the grounds of 
ad^ery or desertkn. 

And an affidavit havtaig 
been nude and AM that the 
diefeadaitt b a nafrfnident 
of the State of "^^ntWa, the 
taut known post office add- 
r^s twtaig: c/o MAard 
Stuket. 7240 West 107. Lot 
106. CbkHO. lUiiab ft is 
ordered that slw do i^iear 
OB or before the 13thef May, 
19^, ttd do whM amif be 
necessary to ivotect her 
tatterest ia tim siA. 



. A Mpy-teste: Joto V. Pen- 
tress ' 

Bfi fmi A. Keenehan, De- 
^y Qerk. 
Morris H. Ftaw p.q. 
WLawndg. 
Norfolk. VA 23510 



In the Gerk*s Office of the 
Grcuit Court of the Gty of 
Vbguiia Beadi, VA. on tlw 
16th day of March. 1978. 
Marion SfMielli Moore 



Plauitiff. 
•g>bttt 
OfflosG, 
Defemtamt 



The obje^ of thb suit b to 
obtafai a (fivoroe a vfaioilo 
Biatrtananii from the said 
defendttDt, upon the groimtb 
ofdeserttan. 

And an irflUavta hvrfaii 
been Bttde ai^ filed tlutt (hie 
<ffigeiMe hu b^n wed by 
and on behalf of the plataitiff 
to Mcertaui tai what oon^ 
or dty the (tefendant b, 
wtthott effect ta b ordered 
tlM he do appev on or 
before the Ith of May, 1978, 
and (k> wtet may be 
BMXssary to ix'otect 1^ 
fatterest fai thb suit. 



A coi^-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keeaehui, De- 
^y Ckrk. 
^gtaria L.Cb^an 
SiAe 201. ' 
Keaqisvflle nm Office 

^giida Beadi, VA J3462 



In the Cterk% (MBce of the 
Grcuit Court ot the Gty oi 
Virgfaua Beach. VA. on the 
16th day of March. 1978. 
Dorb I^wn Lane. 

Plafaitiff. 

agsonst 

hteywood Gene Lane. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit b to 
obtafai a (fivoroe a vukoIo 
matrfammU from the saki 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of more thtt one yetit up- 
arttkn. 

And an afjldavfa havtaig 
been made and filed that the 
defeiulant b a non-resident 
of the State of Vbginfai, the 
taut known post office aidd- 
ress betaig: 1811 Dunn 
Street, 

Columbta^ South OvoUna it 
b ordered that he (k> appett 
on or before the 8th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect hb 
taiterest in thb suit. 

A oopy-teste:John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Piati A. Keenehan, De- 
puty. Gerk. 
Robert Epstefai p.q. 
Suite 318. Holiday Inn Scope 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS 3/22,3/29,4/5.4/12 



(HIDBR OF PUBLICATION 



In the Gerk^ Office of the 

Grcuit Court of the Gty oi 

vu-gtaua Beach, VA. on the 

28th day of March, 1978. 

Juana Roma^ Rios, 

Plataitiff, 

agafaist 

Osvaldo Antonio Rios, 

defendant. 



Vfaguiui: In the Clerk's Off- 
ice of the Grcuit Court of 
the Gty of Vtarginia Beach, 
on ttw 15th day at March, 
1978. 

In re: AdqMion of Infant 
Boy, David AJlen R(«ers, 
Jr., to be named David 
AUen Owens 

By: Rupert Gene Owens and 
Anne Ihineke Owens, 
Petitioners 

TO: David AUen Rogers, Sr. 
c/0 Alexamfer D. Rogers' 
34^ Norway Avenue 
Rouioke, Vfagfaifai 

In Giancery 

#08-371 

ORDER 

Tlds day came Rupert 
Gene Owens and Anne Hun- 
eke Owens, Petitioners, and 
rei^esented thiu the object 
of thb proceeding is to effect 
the adoption erf the above 
nanwd taifiuit, David Allen 
Rogers, Jr. by Rupert Gene 
Owens and Anne Huneke 
Owens, husband and wife, 
and afMavit havtaig been 
made atui filed that David 
AUen Rogers, Sr.. a natural 
parent <rf ssdd child, b a 
non-resi(fent of the Gty of 
Virgfaua Beach, (he taut 
known post office address 
betaig: c/o Alexander D. 
Rogers, 3449 Norway Ave- 
nue, Roanoke, Vfagtaiia, 

It b therefore Ordered 
that the sai4 David AUen 
Rogers, Sr. ^ipear before 
4ius Court on or before the 
5th day of May, 1978 and 
tauUcate Ids tttitu^ toward 
the ivoposed adoption, or 
otherwbe do what b neces- 
sary to protect hb taiterest 
tai thb matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Gerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C 

Robert B. GromweU, Jr. 

p.q. 

Guy, GomweU, Betz, Smith 

& Dickerson 

Attorneys at Law 

Suite 525 Pembroke One 

Building 

Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

23462 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
<1ERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
GKCUIT COURT OF THE 
GTY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. ON THE 3 DAY 
OF APRIL, 1978. 

In rc:Adoption of Reginald 
Leonard Gements to be 
nimed Reguiald Uonard 
Moore 



By: Gregory Moore, Sr. A 
Barbara Jane Moore, Pet- 
itioners. 

Ta Al Thomas Carter 
5&h Blataie Street, N.E. 
Washtaigton, D.C. 



VBS-3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12 



The abject of this suit b to, 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of oae year separation. 

beefimade and filed that twrf 
defendant b a non-resident 
of the State (rf Virgtaua, the 
taut known address betaig: 



ORDER 



llib day came Gregory 
Moore, Sr. and Bartara 
Jane Moore, Petfaioners, 
and represented that the 
object of thb iM'ooeeding b 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named taifimt, 
Reguiafal Leonard Gements 
to be named Reguiald 
Leonard Moore, by Gregory 
Moore, Sr. and Barbara 
Jane Moore, husband and 
wife, and i^davit havtaig 
been made and filed that Al 
Thomas Carter, a natural 
parent of said child, b a 
non-resident of the State of 
Virgtaiia, the last known 
post office address betaig: 
56th Blataie Street, N.E, 
Washtaigton, D.C. 

It b therefore Ordered 
that the said Al Thomas 
Carter appear before thb 
Court on or before May 24, 
1978 and uidicate hb att- 
itude toward the {woposed 
adoption, or otherwbe do 
what b necessary to protect 
hb taiterest tai tlds matter. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Gerk 

By: J. Curtb Fruit, Deputy 
Gerk 
James H. Foreman p.q. 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 

4t 



t 



New York Gty, New York it 
b ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 18th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to proted hjs 
taiterest in thb suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Gerk. 
J. Man DonneUy p.q. 
3104 Arctic AveniK 
Virgfaua Beach, VA 23451 

VBS 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 



m m, 4/ii ^n, vm 4^4/12, m% ^m 



VIS ^12. 4/19, 4/26, 3/3 



iM^Mte 



^ VES J/», 4/5, 4/12, 4/19 VBS 3/22,3/29,4/5.4/12 

Mm 



LEGAL NOTICE 

JANET a NEMEROFF 

PRESUMPTION OP 

DEATH 

Pursuant to Sec. 64.1- 
1 10, Code of VirgtaUa, Notice 
b hereby given that the 
Grcuit Court of Bedford 
County, Mrgfaiia has (ted- 
ded thtt Janet R Nemeroif 
b presumed de(xased due to 
her ateence from her |4ace 
of residence at Vtarginia 
Bea(ii, Virgfaua, for UKi-e 
tlian aeven (7) years; her 
addhreas, resfatence, or 
whereabouts befaig un- 
known. 

Notjoe b hereto given to 
Janet R I«femeraff, if aUve, 
or aiqp person knowfaig her 
whereaboitts, or acttaig on 
her behalf to produce to the 
Grcvdt Govt of Bedford 
Ooutty, Vk^Ua. a a JiK^e 
tbere(if fai vac^kn, on or 
befbre June 15, 1978, satb- 
fiidory evideaoe of the con- 
tfammoe fai 1^ of JaiKt H. 
Nemerolg and if im response 
to thb bfotke b r««lved by 
saiddbtte. fttnds now ^U by 
said CtattA for Janet R 
NemeroCrwiBl)e dbtrUnlted 
aocordtav to law. 

By Order of the Oswt. 

n(d»tt, Spafai A Lyte, p.q. 

^toneys^Law 

101 Fferth Ly^havm^sMl 

^gnua Beadi, ^j^nfat 

BoB^ Lambtth. p.q. 
Hwrbon BuU#i« 
Bedtod.Vfr^ 

VBS-3/22, 3/», 4/4, 4/12, 
4/19. 4/». 5/3. 5/10,5/17. 
5/24, 5/31 



In the Gerkls OBot oC the 

Grcuit Court of the Gty (rf 

Vtagtaua Bea(di, VA, tin the 

7tii day of AprU, 1978. 

Duvelte J. WiiKhester, 

Ptadntiff, 

against 

Dianne R. Winchester, 

Defendaitt. 

Tte objed of thb suit b to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonU from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
(rf desertion. 

And an affidavit havtaig 
been made and filed that the 
defeiKlant b a non-resident 
of the State of Vfagtaua, the 
taut known poet office add- 
ress betaia: 315 WaUace Dr- 
-ive. New Orteans,LoubtauuL 
It b ordered that sIk do 
appev on or before the 30th 
of Nby, 1978, and do wlot 
may be iMoessary to protect 
her taiterest fai thb suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Gerk. 

wnUam P. ftirnside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virgfaitai Beacdi, VA. 23451 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Cferk'Si Omsx of the 

Grcuit Court of the Gty of 

Vfagima BeatA, VA, on the 

23rd day of MBr(di, 1978. 

Radeen Sptuve HoUoway. 

Ptadttiff, 

agafattt 

WiUam David HoUoway, 

Defenduit. 

Hie objed of thb s^ b to 
dftafai a dhfar(x a yin(atlo 
nuttrinranU, from the said 
(tefeiKbuit, upon the groonds 
of oae year separatun. 

Aad an affodavtt tavia« 
been ma^ ukd &d that the 
defendairt b a non-resfcteu 
of tbe State of ^gfaiia, the 
taut known post office add- 
ress betaig: 1S2 North- 
aoqiton Street, North- 
anqiton, Missadwetts. 
It b orders that he do 
mie« OB or before the 15th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to ivotect 
1^ faiterMt in thb suit. 

A co|9-teste:Jdm A. Fen- 
tress 

By: fttti A. Keewho. De- 
^y Gerk. 

WUftuB R. 0«rienP-4- 
13C9lMkfaiK«d 
Vfrgfa^ Beadi. VA 23431 

VM 4/5, 4/12, 4/19. 4/24 



ORDER 



VIRGINIA: IN THE QR- 
CUIT COURT Cff THE 
QTY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

RE: MARGARET N. 

FENNER 

Decease4 

GIANCERY COURT 
PAPERS 

SHOWCAUSE ORDER 



It ai^earing that a re- 
port of the accounts of 
Vfagfaua National Bank. 
Exectttor of the estate of 
MARGARET N. FENNER. 
deceased, and of the ttebts 
and demands agafaut her 
estate has been filed fai tlw 
Gerk's Office, and that six 
moitths has etaipsed staice the 
quaU&ation. on motion of 
the Executq;. 



rriS OlDEREb that the 
credtaors of, and aU others 
interested in, the estate do 
shoK cause, if any they am, 
at 9:15 A.M. on the 27th of 
AprU, 1978, before thb 
Court at fas courtroom 
agafaut the pi^meitt and 
deUv«ry of the esttte to the 
legatees whhoitt requta-taig 
reftandtaig bomb. 



IT B FURTHER 
ORISREDtlMtthefore- 
gofaig portton of thb order 
be put^tedonce a week for 
two siKoessive weeks tai the 
Virgtaitai Bea(di Sun, a news- 
ptpet iwbUshed tai the Gty 
of ^Trgtaaa BcMdi, AHrgfaiia. 



I nk for tUi: 

A copy-teste:John V. Pen- 
tress, Ckrk 

^.Pwd A. Keei^han, De 
vmy Cterk. 

J«mE. Burgess. Esqtire 
337SouthsideRo«| ' 

^Wa Beadi. Virgfaii. 



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»CTtDEROFPUBI^AT!ON ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In th/t Cktk'i Oflice of the 

Orcait Cam at the Oty of 

Virginia Beach. VA. on the 

29th day of Mvch. 1978. 

DeiMrali Lucretia Bowden 

Sawyer, 

Plaintifl; 

agatait 

Joe Edward Sawyer, 

Defendant. 



Hie object of this suit is to 
obtain a diwoe a vinculo 
nuorimanii from the said 
defenfamt, upon tiw grounds 
of living separtte and apart 
for more thui cm (1) yev. 

-And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant due diligence has 
been used by and on behalf 
(tf the irtaintiff toascertain in 
whtt county or dty the 
defendant is, without effect. 
It is ordered that he do 
»ppnr on or before tte 19th 
at May, 1978, and do whitt 
may be necessary to |»'otect 
his interest in this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen. 
tress 

By:PattiA.Keehenah. De- 
puty Cleric. 

Virginia L. Cochran p.q. 
Suite 201, KempsviUe Plaza 
Office BMg. 

404 South Parliament Drive. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

VBS 4/5,4/12,4/19,4/26 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the OerkS Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, VA. on the 
13th day of March. 1978. 
Judy Oail (Graen) Fincher. 
Plaintiff, 



against 

Anthony Bums Findier, 

Defemiant. 



Tbe object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant iqwn the grounds 
<tf desertion. 

And an afUavit luivii^! 
been made ud ffled thtt the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of VkgUa, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 2207 Wild 
Flower Lane. Nashville. 
Tennessee it is ordered that 
he do i^Vear on or befive 
the 5th of May, 1978, and do 
wint may be necessary to 
protect his iitterest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
putyi-Cbrk 
Timothy W. Finchraii p.q^ 

Suite "Jn; *ftir Newtowi 

ROMi 

Virginia Beach. VA 23462 
VBS-3/224/29,4/5,4/12 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk% (MBce of tht 

Orcait Cbwt of the Oty of 

Virglnfai Beach. VA, on the 

ISthd^r of March. 1978. 

Patrida Elizabeth Switzer 

Stidtz. 

PlidDtiff. 

Ja^ RaadaB Stultz, Jr.. 

Defea&utt. 



Hie ot#a of tUs suit is to 
obtabi a ^oroe a vinrado 
nuttrimony from the uH 
deitodant, upm the groimds 
of an^ ye » sjenarttion p litB_ 
1^ to a^Stm 2041^1^ 
CbdeofVfr^nia. 

Aad u tfB^vit havi^ 
been made and filed thift the 
deto^at^ a aoD-rMkfent 
orUieftateflrVk^ida,the 
last Imoin poM 0^ tM- 
rest bd«: 1190 S£.B«p- 
wood MHt, faim Bay. Flo- 
ritta 32905 tt is ordmd tte 
he do t^ppMv on or betee 
theftfcirilily,1978.anddo 
whm ma^ be aaonsvy to 
pretax 1^ i^erest hi tMs 
soil. 



A eepr^wte: Jota V. F«- 
treM 

By: Pmti Au KMsetan, De- 

^yrCbrk 

T^tty W. Pte^em p.4. 

SilMiSll, 160 Newtown 



to the aerk^ Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Cby of 
Virginia Beach, VA. on the 
5th day of AprU, 1978. 

LauAe K. Camerob 

Plaintiff, • 

against 

Oeorge A. Guwro. 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtahi a divorce a vincuto 
matrimonii from the said 
defendut. upon the grounds 
of separiuion for more than 
one year. 

And an affictevb having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the Sttte of Virginia, last 
known post office address 
being: 400 West Gvson 
Street, Carson Oty, Calif- 
ornia 90745 

It is oritered that he do 
appear bn or before the 26th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
m^ be necessary to i^otect 
his interest in tUs sidt. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Kennehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 

Biarry Rando^h Koch p.q. 
2506 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA 23458 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



ORDER OP PUBLICATION 



In the Oerk'k Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Chy of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
31st day of March, 1978. 

Linda Edge Phillips, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Nfichael A. Phillips, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vincuk 
^ from the saU 

of having lived separate and 
apart for a period of tinx in 
excess of one year. 

And an affidavit havhig 
bMn made and ffled that the 
last known residence of the 
party to ^e served ^as hi 
the Oty of Virginia Beadi, , 
and that a return has been 
fifed in his luuub for 21 di^s 
and that he has been unaUe 
to make service; and that 
the kst known adcfress of 
the respondent agaiut 
whom publication is asked is 
320-22nd Street. Vfrgfada 
Beadi. VA. It is oritered 
that he do tppui on or 
before the 22nd of May, 
19^, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
faiterest fai this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virgfaiia Beach. VA 23451 

VBS 4/5. 4/12. 4/19. 26» 



Vlr^te Beach. Va. £446 
VBS 3/SJ/2»,4/5.4/l2 vbs mt, 4/19. 4/26. 5/3 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

la the Onrk'k OOke at tht 

Cfratt Court of the Cby of 

Virgtoia Beach. VA. on the 

7th day of April. 1978. 

Peter Kenney I*fegtt. 

Ptadntiff. 

agahist 

EUzabeth Mehtrtens Negus. 

Defendant. 

The (^ect of tids sutt b to 
obtain a <Bvoroe a vinculo 
matrteodl from the sidd 
defemtaitt. qwn ^grouuta 
of one y^ur w^wito p«r- 
suaat to SectioB 20-91(1^ 
Code of Va.. 1^ u mnend- 
ed. And n afflihi^ hnvtag 
beettflHide mi §M that the 
defoadHtt it a nosKMidatt 
of tte Sttte of ^gh^ the 
tost known post oOlce add- 
ms brtv 41€7 Indg* St- 

11373. It h ordered thitt she 
do 999^1 on or Man the 
30th of Miy, 1971. and do 
whtt tU9 be naonsary to 
prouet her h^ernt in tlds 
nk. 

A eQpy4estc: Jote V. Pen- 

tTMS 

tft t0M A. K«»elttn. De- 
rpiil^C3vk. 

' QImm RiMM Ooihaw p^. 
, Sato 311. mmwtmm M. 
!vk^riaBc«*.VA2Me 



la the Oerkls OBkx of the 

Circuit Oonrt i^the Oty of 

Virgfada tiea^. VA, on the 

6th day of AprO, 1978. 

INttrida Lynn MUer, 

Phdntiff, 

agdnst 

James Arthiv Kfflkr. 

Defendant. 



The object of thb suit is to 
obtain a divaoe a vfaiculo 
matrlnM»ii from the said 
defendam. uimd the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant b a non-resldett 
of the State of Virginia, tlw 
Imt kaown post office ackl- 
ress being:208 N.E. 22nd 
Street, Fort Lauderdate. 
Florida 33306. It is ordered 
that he <to tfpeu on or 
before the 30th of May. 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to [votect^Chk 
interest in this suit. \ 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



In the Oerk'k Office of the 
Ortmtt Court of the Qty at 
Virghda Beach. VA. on the 
7th day of April. 1978. 
Thomas A. Lweme. 



Pbifaitiff. 
agahist 
PatricUA 
Defendant 



Lucente. 



TlK objeA of this suit u to 
obtahi a divorce a meitta et 
tlMvo from thie said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fifed that the 
(tefendant is a non-resideitt 
of the State of ^ghiia, the 
last known post office sudd- 
ress being: 95S Oaks Drive. 
Franklin Squve. Long Is- 
luul, New York.. It is order- 
ed that she do ^ipear on or 
before the 30th of May. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to jwotect bet 
-faiterest fai this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 
OeraU J. Burfege p.q. 
2410 E. Uttfe Qeek Rd. 
Norfolk. Va. 23318 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

^: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 

Thomas F. Betz. Jr. p.q. 
#525 Pembroke One Bldg. 
Virginia Beach. VA. 23462 



VBS 4/12. 4/19, 4/26. 5/3 vbs 4/12. 4/19. 4/26. 5/3 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the derkl Office of the 

Qrcuit Court of the dty of 

Virghda Beadi, VA, on the 

23rd day of Mardi. 1978. 

Gtfote Mappus White. 

Plainliff. 

against 

Lrnnar Ewing White. 

Defendaitt. 

The ohjiecl of tlds suh to to 

mairlmoidi .frcm the said 
ddendlm, upoti the grnuids 
of one year % separation. 

And Ml alAdavit havtaig 
been made and filed thtt the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virgiida. the 



lut known post office add- 
ress bfing: 222 Forest Mil 
Drive, AshevtDe, North 
OaroUna 28803 it is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the i5th of May. 
19*78, and do whtt may be 
necessary to protect his 
faiterest fai this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
trefS- ,,T : 

By: INMI A. Kecnehmi. De- 
puty Clerk. 

Robert H. Bennett p.q. 
3330 Padfic Avenue 
Vfa-gfaiia Beach. VA 23451 

VBS 3/29, 4/5. 4/12. 4/19 



INVITATION TO BID 

Sealed bkls for the construction <a the BENDIX ROAD 
REFUSE FACILITY. Vircuda Beach. Virguiia. will be 
recehred at the office of the purdiufaig Agem. IbKvn 352, 
Aifanfadstration Building, A^uda Beadi, ^gfada until 



2KJ0 P.M. E, D. T. May 3, 1978 

Bids Witt be puUlciy opened and read akud at the tfiove : 
stated tinx. 

The Owner reserves the r^ht to reject any or all Mdb and to 
waive irregularitfes and accept the one that in iu jwlgement 
best serves tlK interests of the Oty. No Uds mi^ be 
withdrawn for a period of 30 days attet sdiedukd doafaig 
tfane for reoe^N of Mds. Procedures for withdrawal of bids 
shaU be aecori^ to Titfe U, Section JD.2 (1) Cbde of 
Virgbda, 1950, as amended. 

A deposit of $25.00 wiU be required for a set of Bid 
Documems. Such deposits will be refonded toGontradors fai 
accordance whh the Standard prooeAire fiv Issmng ffid 
Documems. Saba wfll be refiu^ed $15.00 for eadi set 
returned hi good oomfition. Deposk diedcs shaU be made 
P^raUe to the ArcUtects. Bid Docunrats: nans, Spedikat- 
iom aiKl detafis mi^ be oMafaied on or after A|xil 12, 19^ at 
ihe office of KRUMMELL A JACKSON AJtCHrrECTS, 
Suite, 120, 228 North Lymdiaven Road. Vfrgfada Beadi, 
Wgida 23452 and m^r be seen tt the office of the 
Arddtecu. at the Buikters' and Contractors' Exdaagc and 
Dodge Ran Room. Norfolk. 

Kds nnist be aoconqianfed by a certified d^tA or an 

aooepcabk bidder % bond fai the amount of 5 Vi of Base Bid 
pqraMe to the Owner. 

BUders are req^^ under Titfe 54, Ghsfiter 7, Cbde of 
^gfada, w mnended. to sImw evUenoe aJT oertiflcttc of 
regbtratioB before Ud may be received and considered (1) 
on ageasral or sriwomrad of ^^100 or more or (2) tf the 
tottf vidMofdleattradt undertaken 1^ the bidder dwtaig 
utf 12 nK^th period is $300,000 or more. 

VBS^12 



LEOALNOnCS 

TAKE NOnCS THAT ON APRIL 17, 1978 AT 10K» A.M. 
AT THE nn^BS OF TIDeWATSR AMC/JEEP/ 
HONDA, 91S2 Vfrghda B^di Bonfevard. W^ia Beach. 
Yk^ati, nm, the aadns^^ed wO scB M pMc aoitian. 
for oBsh, ^Mirvtag wtoRseffthe right to bid. the feOew^ 

DESCRIPTION: 1978 Jc^i 
Serlrif: JVUAAflaUIS. 
TDMIWATER AMC^JBBP/HONDA 

F.C Rke-TlreM. 
VK4/I2 



In the derkl Office of the 

Qre^ Oourt of the Ctty of 

Vir^ato Beach. VA, on the 

7th dqr of April. 1978. 

CyntlriaPrke Ehrhv A 

Whitaker, 

Plafaitiff. 

agdut 

David Lee Whitaker. 

Defemiaitt. 



The objed of this suit is to 
obtahi a divorce a vinndo 
matrimaBii from the said 
defendairt, iqwn the grounds 
of Uvta^ separate and apvt 
for a period of over one year. 

And m affidavit havfaig 
been made «ul fifed that the 
defendaitt fe a non-resident 
(^ tbe Sttte of Virgbda, the 
last known peat office add- 
ress being: 292 West Street. 
Annapolis, Maryland 2140L 
It is ordered that he do 
appear osi or before the 30th 
of May. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to i»-oted 
his faiterest fai this suit. 



In the Qerki Office of the 
Orct^dMrt of the Qty of 
Vfrgiab Beach. Va. on the 
6th day of April. 1978. 



Cheryl Lynn Oreen Ford. 

Pfefaniff. 

a^iiast 

Mrarioe Oermataie Ford. 

Defendant. 

the objed of this suit is to 
obtahi a divaoe a vfaumfo 
mttriaMidi from the said 
defeidatt. iqxn the grounds 
of separiuion tat more than 
oneyear^ 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been made ud filed that tlM 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virgfada, the 
fest known post office add- 
rMs being: 14^h Street, 
Sprfat^fleld Oardens. 
Qawm, New York. It is 
ordered thtt he do^ipcv on 
or before the 30th of May, 
1978. ami do what may be 
necessary to proted his 
faiterest fai this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pttti A. Keenehan. Dep 
ftuty Oerk. 
Richard E. Payne p.q. 
900 Commonwealth PUux. 
Suite 105 
Virgfada Beach. VA 23462 



A oo||y-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Oerk. 

John W. Dresdier, p.q. 
101 North Lynnhaven Road 
P.O. BoK 2127 
Virgfada Beach, VA 23452 



VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 3/3 



VIRCHNIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE QRCUIT 
COURT OF THE OTY OF VIROINL^ BEACH, ON THE 
28th DAY OF MARCH. 1978 



E. V. WILLIAMS CO., INC. 

Complafaitant 

vs. 

WARREN R. PHELPS and 

ALGENORA O. PHELPS, 

1329 Church Street 

Vu-gfada Beadi, Vurgtada; 

HARRY VAUGHAN, also k^iown as 

HA^Y S.,yAUOHAN. debased; 

ftATTIE QAYNlnt, deceased; "" 

CHAKLIB FREEMAN and , 

WILLIE LEE FREEMAN, whose 

hut known address is unknown and that the defendants 
Harry Vaughan, also known as Harry S. Vaughan, and 
Hattie Oaynor. are bdifeved to be deceased and that any erf 
such defenduits consorts, if any there be, whose names are 
unknown, and if sudi defendants are dead, their survivfaig 
consorts, if any there be. the said defendants' ddMren if any 
there be, their hefa-s at law, next <rfkfai. devisees, tegatees, 
personal representatives, lien creditors and Ifen ^editors dt 
any hefa-s or devisees, and any other person or corporation 
havfaig any faiterest fai the subjed matter of this suit, all of 
whose post office addresses are completely unknown; and 
that all of said partfes are hereby made partfes defendant to 
this i»'oceedfaig by the gener^ description of 'Partfes 
Uidmown," Defendants. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The objed of this suit is to qidet the titfe to the 
idlowfaig described real ivoperty, focated fai the Qty d 
Virgfada Beach, State of Vfrgfada. 



QeiKral Hosi^td of Virginia Beach has agidn been 
IMaetfted for two years by the Joint Commission on 
Aoo-editatian of Hospitals. 

A survey team from JCAM vished the iMsidtal fai 
Januvy, and admfadstrator W. Evl Willis was recently 
notified (tf the maximum ao:reditation. 

1^ commission is a vduntvy, non-governmeittal 
organization, hs numbers are the Anwrican Colkge of 
Surgeons, the ^nerican Coifege of Physidaitt. the 
AnMrican Hospital Aslodatton and the American Medical 
Assodation. 

Health nre fecilities request JCAH surveys to usure 
thenuelves and the public that they are meetfaig standar(b 
ci exoeUence higher than those required for govermnehf 
licensure. Approaimately 4800 general hospitals throughout 
the United States are currently accredited. 

Sfaice 1967, tess than two years' after qpenfaig, General 
Hospital of Vfrgfada Beach has consistently been awarded 
fkiU accreditation. 



Leaky faucets ? 

Do you have teaky feucets or small appUances thtt do not 
work? You can learn how to do simply phimUng and 
electric repafrs ami save on costly repafr bills. 

Tlw Department of Agriculture/Vfagfada Tech Extension 
Divfeion will conduct a workshop on "Sfanple Home Repafrs" 
on ^ril 19. from 10 a.m. to noon and 7 to 9 p.m. at the 
Vfrgfada Beach Recreation Center. 

Ointon Turner, housfaig and strudures specialist with tiM 
Cooperttive Extension Service, will demonstrate Ifow 
To..." repafr a feaky feucet, undog drafau, repbtce or repafr 
bathroom water tank valves. Also, "Sfanpfe Efedrteal 
Repafrs", which includes replacfaig eledric plugs on smaJI 
aiqiUances, wall fixtures and seleding corred ftises. 

Free consumer housing fact sheets will be distributed to 
all partidpants. 

Call 427-4611 to register or write to the Department of 
Agriculture, VPI Extension Division, Munidpal Center, 
Vfrgfada Beach. 23456. 



Kempsvllle selected 



Twelve students from 
Kempsville Hgh Schod 
have been seleded to partic- 
ipate fai Boys' and Girls' 
State this spring. 

The students are Mike 
Fay, Steve Grove. Jeff Hd- 
man, Mike Languell, Mike 
Shattuck, Mike McLernon. 
Betsy Foster, Susan Katz, 



Karrfe Nelson, Karen 
Riedel, Gwynne WeUs and 
Lisa Stornu. 

Boys' State wiU be held 
from June 18 to 24 at LyiKh- 
burg Cdlege. Gfrls' State 
will be June 11 to 17 at 
Longwood College. Both 
adivities are annual events 
sponsored by the American 
Legion. 



Plaza holds Founders Day 



State PW rtesld^t'Ww 
Belie Coussens spoke to the 
Founders Day observance of 
the Plaza Elementary School 
PTA recently Mary Jo 
Rockett and Janet Crenshaw 
were given life member- 
ships. 

Four past PTA presidents 
also were honored Diana 
Crigger, Lee Locklear, Rich- 



ard Murtagh and Seba 
McQanan. 

Winners of the camivd 
poster contest also were 
announced. Paul Leon of the 
Sth grade won first place. 
Anthony Poggioli of the sixth 
grade won second, and 
Clnday Callls from the fourth 
grade won third. 



Barraco speaks In Jersey 

Mrs. Mary Barraco, oS the TidewMer Chapter of the 
Vfrgfada Sodety for Himan Life, was the keynote speaker at 
the Right to Life Convemion April 7, 8, and 9 bi Newark, 
N.J. 

Her topic was llerkage of Freedom, Abortion, and the 
ERA. OtiMr spe^ers were Representative Henry Hgdt and 
Dr. MUdred Jefferson. 



An Affidavit having been made and fifed that the 
(fefendants are unknown as to the whereabotts, address and 
loottion, although due deiligence has been wed by and on 
behalf of the cooqMnam to asoertafai the coumy or j. 
corporation fai which the said defendams are reskUng, but Entry S pICk UP Brt WOrK 

It is CHIDERED that they do qipear here by the 18 
day of May, 19^ and do whtt may be necessary to prded 
tlwfr faiterest fai this suft. 



LEGAL DESdUPTION OF REAL ESTATE 



AU that oert^ idece or pvoel of land with tiM 
boilings and faiqirovements thereon, situitted fai Ken^MviUe 
Boroigh, aty of Vfrgfada Beach, Vfrgfada, desalbed as 
feOows: 

Begfaudng at a pofait fai a dfrdi on the £«t skfe ud at 
the Soitthern end ofa street runidng N 329 3(^ E, through 
New Light, somethnn faiown as ootered Ohem to tiw South 
side at InOan Rhrer Road, where sakl (ttdi and the 
Northern Ifaie of the Htttfe Gaynor propmy. formerly 
Jowph R Qaynor property, btterscds uM Sondiem end of 
arid street, sakl Northern fine of Gi^nor bi^ the <BvkUi« 
fine between hmds of Gaynor and kmds ftrmerly of J. McCoy 
and C RkkHdc and namt^tt^nrm .ini^ th* Em* ikfa rf « 
private road S aZi. S! W, 2».7 feet to a palnt:JheaM N 
69" 34' 07- W, 16.22 feet toa stad pla; thence N. «• 34' 07* 
W, 185.63 feet to a potait tai a dkdu Oaaee akmg saU di|ch 
dm feOowtaf omrMi: S 27* 13*06* W, 13 J4 feet, S 18* 14' 
J4-B. 258J5 toa pipe, S 17* 03'4r B, 22S.44 fe« toa 
petait; thence S 74* 01' 30" E, 126.41 feet to a point; theaoa 
MM* 35'03" E. 616.63 feet akeg the oent« ofa dkcfc to a 
Not to the Ftottwa Bae of Mdd Oaynor Laa^ thaaoe N 
fS* 02' 19" W. aUK feet ala« the oeatar of a dkdi to the 
potat of be^HiatM ihoMi «■ Pitt entttfetf 'Siwty of Skc 
to be Conveyed by Hattfe Chqwr. etc" reeeMfed la the 
Clerks Office of the Orcait Ooart of 1%gi* Bea^ 
l%gtada, hi Map Boolt 36, at Pi«c M, to wU^ raferoMe is 
her^ made for a more partieritf daaeriptkB of said 
V^ierty. 

ft fe ftMhn ORDERED that the for^ci^ p(Vtfen ef 
tUa ordCT bt ipiMUMd oaoe a we^ for fonr MHemive 
weeks in the ¥|i^Ma Bm^ San. a aew^apcr poMbhld hi 
the City of 1%^* Bndi. Vfr^ita. and havh« goirtf 
dmhttfon te sidd City. 

A Oo^ TMte: JCXW V. PBKmSS, CURK 

%: Mti A. I^nrtn 

^« 4/5. 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 



All partidpants in tbe youth wt show sponsored by the 
Vfrgfada Beach Departments at Parks and Recreatfon and 
Lilnrarfes are remfaided that thefr art work from the show 
shouU be {dcked up immediately. 

AU emrfes have been returned to the brandi Hbrary 
where they were origfaially sulmdtted and partic^Nutta 
shoukl pick them up fanmediately. 

Art work wUl be held umfl ^11 15 and then dispoawl. AO 
entrfes received riMrans so pvtkipams are enoourafed to 
coifed thefr ribbon and art work. 



Beach resident convicted 



Rtdiird Lfoyd Khan, a 
Vfrgfada Beach resMett. was 
convkted fai Ridimood Gen- 
eral I^trid Oourt of mak- 
faig febe stttements or wkh- 
hoidfaig imtterUd fiMts to 



oHsdnS 1566 fai unen^^- 
ment fauurance benelfta. 

Rhan.47,ofthe300bkKk 
of Terrace Avenue, was 
fined $100 for the ndsde- 
nwanor oonvidka. 



Beach Births 



Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G^ald Pud»tt, Ai^tecr, 

Mr. mi Mrs. Lury Ro^r Mc Gufre. son, 

Mr. mid Ifta. Chrl n^tan Lowry, ihwgMer; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jotai a Ubtaaa St., son; 

hfr. and Mrs. IQchotas BMdi n«B^tfd, daughter; 

M^. Mid Mrs. Mfdml Stf Mc Cm&r, daugteer; 

Mr. and Ml. Jeffrey Lym I^B, <^^lMer; 

Mr. and Mra. hftchefl M^. dM«ht»; 

Mr. wd Ml. Orcrrr faxi Lmaa, son; 

M. lad Ms. Gregory Levett, son; 

M. and Ms. Howard Alvfai Wh^er. daaghtw; 

M. and Ms. Staqr TmIw. som 

M. ml Ma. ^ter F. Cuatotfo^ A^hter; 

M. and Ms. Chwfes Kk^ay^kftnO, daughter; 

M. and Mrs. Janes MWiael MTWhort^. dmghtto: 

M. Md Ma. KeMeth Hme Edwvife. (hotter; 

M. Md Ms. ^r Dob AMk^e. daughM; 

M. Md Ms. Dttdel Isaac Uoyd, <hMghtK. 



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12 A VmaNU BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APBIL 12, ItTI 




Virginia Beach miiitary update 




Eriendsson 



Mott 



Peterson 



Quinn 



An olBdal at SlienMurd AFB. Tex., has tniMurtxd the 
graduation of Airman Eriendiir T. Erienditon frcm the U.S. 
Air Forced mbsile conunuidcttioni lyitema equiinxnt 
repairman course conducted by the Air Traiaini C o mm a n d. 

Airman Eriendsson, son of retired U.S. Navy Petty 
Officer First C3ass and Mrs. Ernest P. Qauvin Jr. of SI02 
Newtown Arch, is now trained in operational amdysii, 
testing and maintenance at missile communicatioos oootrol 
systems, and will serve at Vandenberg AFB, CkUf. 

The airman is a 1977 graduate of Kempsvilk High School. 



Alexander 



Navy Commander Oeage E. Ktott III, son of Nfrs. Oedrge 
E. Mott of 6421 Orag^ Oausevay, to serving as an offlcer 
ass^ned to the staff of Commander, U.S. Sixth Flaet, 
emhirked aboard the guided missile cruiser USS AflMny, 
operating from Gaeta. Italy. 

The U.S. Sixth Fleet ii_ comprised, of 45 to 50 surihce 
sh^, 200 aircraft and more than 23,000 officers and enlteed 
personnel. Missions of the Sixth Fleet are to protect U.S. 
dtinns, sh^sping and interests in the Mediterranean «ea; 
to deter MSression agdnst odr European aUiM by 
majnt aiwin g mobOe strU^ forces; to promote P^^^ejuid 
staMUty fai the Mediterruean area and to create gotpirilL 
for the Uidted States. ¥ 

A 1958 graduate of Duke University, Durham, N.C,irith 
a Badielor of Sdemx in Electrical Engineering , Mbtt 
joined the Navy in August 1958. 



Navy Personnehnan First Class Erman W. Alexander, 
son of NeUie H. Alexander of 943 Poughkeepsie Court, has 
been selected as Sailor of the Year for the repair sh^ USS 
Vulcan, homeported in Norfolk. 

Alexander was chosen from among all the enlisted 
persoimel assigned to the command, and was dted for his 
outstandfaig performance of duty, proficiency, leadership, 
initiative and military bearing during the year of 1977. 

He jdned the Navy in February 1962. 



Kincaid 



Navy Seaman Charles M. Kincaid, son ctf Cspt. and Mrs. 
John R. Kincaid of LoveU Drive, Virginia Beadi. has 
conqdeted recruit trainhig at the Naval Training Onter, 
Orlanik), Fla. 

A 1977 graduate of F.W. Cboc Mgh School, he joinad the 

Navy in January 1978. 



Iguchi 



Sergeant Todd J. Iguchi, son of Mr. and Nfrs. Philip A. 
Iguchi <rf4445 Paul Joms Lane, has re-enlisted in the U.S. 
Air Force after being selected for career status. 

Sergeant Igudii, a weather equipment specialist at 
Vandenberg AFB, Criif., was approved for re-enlistment by 
a board which considered character and job performance. He 
is a member of the Afr Force Communications Service. 

The sergeant is a 1973 graduate of Princess Anne High 
Schod and attended Allen Hancodc Joint Community 
College^ extension at Vandenberg. 



Tomasik 



Afrman Willie A. Tomasik, son of Mrs. Barbara V. 1^^ 
of 4816 Sheldon Drive, has been selected for tedinical 
trainii^ at She^Mrd AFB, Tex., in the Air Force afrcraft 
maintenuce field. 

The airman recently comideted basic training at Ladkland 
AFB. Tex., and studied the Afr Force mission, orgaidzation 
and customs and received special instrudion in toman 
relations. 

Afrman Tomasik is a 1976 graduate of Frank W. OoK Ifigh 
Schod. Hs fother. Daniel J. Tomasik, resides at 2126 Wake 
Forest St., Vfrginia Beach. 



Swann 



Navy Electrician'^ Mate Thfrd Class Jeffrey A. Swann, 
son of Vfrginia F. Swann of 309 West Wood Cfrck, has 
completed the Basic Electrician's Mate Course. 

During the self-paced course at tte Service Sdiod 
Command, Naval Trauitaig Ceitter, Great Lakes, m.. the 
students received instrudion on ekdrical theory aiul 
studied the oper attaf pintles of the hattories, gtnaratora, 
mdors, and transformers ni^ aMartt-Mps tad al-AoM 
installations. 

He joined the Navy ui September 1977. 



Ignacio 



Navy Seaman Reauit Charlie T. Ignado, son of Mrs. 
Doming aT. Ignado of Char kcote Drive, VfrghiiaBeadi. has 
completed reauit tridning at the Naval Training Crater, 

A' MM graduate «r National Unlverlky. fmm, 
PUilipiiinea, with a Bachekr of Sdenoc degfae, he foincd 
the Navy in Jamiary 1978. 



Licensed to Wed 



Dennis P. Ryan, 92% Trestman Avenue and Laura E. 
Donovan, 5140 Lancekit Ifrive. 

Lee O. McDuffie, Norfolk and Katrina L. Forbes, 5601 
Penny Court. 

Frank W. OalUer, 4440 Detanar Drive, and Nancy C 
Ryder, 4428 Paul Jones Lane. 

Timdhy J. Morch. New York, and Susan K. Vogel, 600 
1/2 20th Street. 

KUe A. Rou. 913 Va. Beadi Uvd.. and Sharon M. Vassie, 
913 Va. Beach Blvd. 



Raymoi^ E. Lee, 1217 Ghidioia Oescent, and Pamela J. 
Leydet, 1217 Ciadfola Qescent. 

Slwk K. dm. M12 Kings Row Q. and Juiet L. IH^llfruns, 
1245 Geranium Crescent. 

Thomas P. Friedrida, 325 B. Pine Rd., and Kimberly A. 
Hai«kuid, 325 B. Pine Rd. 

Gftgcry R. Diehl. Norfolk and l^esa L. Gardner, 1309 
Kingfisher Q. 

Demetrio A. Atanadiar Jr., Chesapeake, and PerUu O. 
Alleles, 326 Kellam Rd, 

James J. WerMsUs, 1129 Gknside Drive, and EUxabeth 
B. Coieman, 340 Village Rd. 

Matnon C June. 3232 Lake Qest Rd., and Susan M. 
Ptette, 9^ Seridduid ttvd. 

AOen W. Patrick, 1 17 5^id St.. and Nancy D. Flippia, 214 

77th St. 

Raymond L. Lizaiua Jr., Nfississinri, and LoKtta li 
Itteri. 4401 Ben FrankUn Lane. 

Join R. Norman QI. 748 SteD Lane, and Cud J. 
Sdndiert, 400 Jae^aeUat Ave. 

Fmk L Jordn Jr., North GvoHaa, and Ancelene Y. 
Iteid, North Oardva. 

ThoBMS J. OBrien, 5912 W. Hastings Arch, and June M. 
GOiea. »12 W. Hastmgs Arch. 

Larry W. Mc&ide. Oceana, and Darlene C WUte, 601 
dra Firito Q. 

DoHid L. Ba a igainfr , 1711 Dyiaa Srivei and fMaaa B. 
Richardson. 1711 Djian Dr. 

Rnbert W. Haack, 3836 Lftwrty Ridge Rd.. and DIanne B. 
Stflddqp. 3836 LOwrty Ridge Rd. 

Aatmi R- Gvae^li. 2004 EagHsh Oedar Orde, and 
Mvfoa Rath, 2004 B^VA Oite Cfrde. 

Idai W. Siebert, 577 Sandirldge- Rd.. and Jean F. 
riiaHaii, 11TT Idiiili landlWitir Id 

Mrtd C Akxnder. CUo^ and Ekanor L. Frye. Ohia 

Pnaik L HMda. Kkteoad. ad Pttrida B. Man. 1012 

Mdda A. Sntth. 271 Sedgefleld Ave., and Mvla A. 
QmMBk, m ^d^Md Ava. 
IfefeartM. Rwsdl. lOSHelmd Rd.. and Gerry E. For. 

B. ShKher. Dan Hack, aad Paola S. Ford. 2301 



Janws L. Allen. 3708 Marilyn Lane, and Gayle J. Mapp, 

3*^6 Marflyn Lane. 

Rkdiard L. Vallier Sr.. 5812 Roabury Ptaoe, and Mary K. . 
Pdk, S812 RoKbury Place. 

Kevfri E. Cooney, SOS Wilfray Court and Phyllis B. 
Friedman. 505 WiBray Court. 

Midiael R. Jacobs. 2222 Arctic Avenne and Denise M. 
HnghiMi, ZOI Ardic Avenue. 

Rdbart L. Knight 1106 Kearsage pourt. and Paula M. 
Huntressi Fort Story. 

I^marn C Smfrh, 2234 Acorn Cove, add Linda D. Walker. 
520 Maxey Drive. 

Lattie C Yates, ^ Southsid Road, and Dolores A. 
Everett, 508 Soutbskle Road. 

Bryan E. Cousin, 873 lamplight Lane, and Mary L. 
Shelton, 103 Ash Avemie. 

Eric S. Outer, 5220 Fafrfleld Bhrd., and Shfrky A. matk, 
1128 Riviera Drive. 

Peter B. Sdiufrz, 7806 Mlaatk Avenue^ and Karen J. 
Leake, Smfrhfleld. 

DavU O. Westerlnff. Kansas, and Stella B. Morgan, 
Kansas. 

David J. Petrowski, Wisconsin, and Csra L. Qilbat. 
Wisconsin. 

IK^Uam R. Smith, 3325 Lakecrest Road and Pamela J. 
Arnold, 4148 Bdinbiffgh Drive. « 



AfrnuuQ Mvenus P. Peterson, son of Mn. Fran L. 
Cervttitez of 3873 Forest Qten, has been seteded for 
tedukal traidng tt Sheiqwrd AFB, Tex., in the Afr Force 
afraew operations fieU. 

Hie urman recently completed basic training at Lacklanc* 
AFB, Tex., and studied the Afr Force mission, orgudzation 
ud customs and received special instrudion in human 
relations. 

Afrman Peterson ^tended Kellam Mgh School. 



Lallk 



Marine Gunnery Sergeant Roger D. Lal&, whose wife. 
Paulette. is the ifaraghter of Paul T. Qoss <rf Vfrgfada Beach, 
has reported fbr duty at Marine Corps Afr Stittion, Beaufort, 

S.C 
He jdned the Marine Corps fri Odober 1967. 



Millar 



Navy Qyptdogk Technician Seaman Aiqiventice Sidna L. 
Kfiller, whose husband, Maurke. is the son of Joseirii 
Gardner and Deloris M. Lui^y. bdh of 5 Commanche Road, 
Vfrginia Beach, was graduated from Bask Communication 
Technician "R" Schod. 

The self-paced course was conduded at tl» Carry Station 
Naval Technical Training Center, I^nsaoda, Fla., and was 
designed to train students as Manual Morse Itttercept/Ekc- 
tronk Warfore Operators. 

She joteed the Navy in A|»ril 1977. 



Hope 



Afrman Jose|A A. Hope, son of Mrs. Audrey P. Horner of 
1908 Kfrig Henry Court, has graduated at Keeskr AFB. 
Nfiss., from the U.S. Afr Force technical training course for 
radar repairmen. 

Afrman Hope, who studied the operation and maintenance 
of automatic tracking radar equiiHnent, is behig assigned to 
NelUs AFB. Nov.. for duty with a unit of the' Tadical 
AfrCommand. 

The afrman is a 1975 gradvate of Kellam Hlgb Sdiod. 



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BEMNNC PUNTS 



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• Tomatoes 



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Navy Lieutenant QiaAct grade) Timothy P. Qumn, wj^* 
wife, Mary. U the daughter of Florence Qieerlings of ml 
Janke Road, has returned from a deptoynwnt to tie 

Osribbean Sea. « ^ ./« 

He is serving as an crfBcer <rf Fighter SquadronlO? 
(VF-102), homebased at Oceana Naval Afr SUtion. Whil* 
deployed. VF-102 was embarked aboard the nudear 
powered aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. EUenhower. 

During its one-month cruise, VF-l(tt conduded flight 
operations and orrier acceptance triak in preparidfon for an 
upcoming, extenckd deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. 
A 1975 graduatcof the UniversUy of North Carolina, 
Chapel Mil, with a^adielor of Arts degree, he jotaed the 
Navy in May 1973. 



Foessett 

Ffrst Lieutenant Robert E. Foesset. whose wife. Roslyn, 
is the daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Flor of 3785 SiUna Dr.. has 
arrived for duty at U;iper Heyford RAF Station. England. 

Lieutenant Foessett, a human relations crfBcer with a unit 
of the U.S. Afr Forces fri Europe, previously served at 
Malstrom AFB. Mont. 



Seidor Master Sergeant Joaei^F. DIBelta Jr., son of Mrs. 
Helen W. Schuldt 01945 BaBBo Drive, haa graduated from 
the U.S. Afr Foroe Senior NonconunissioDed OfScer 
Academy at Guiter Afr Force Station. Ala. 

During the nine-week course, the sergeant studied 
advanced management tedudques, conununicttive skills and 
behavioral science. The academy is the Afr Foroel highest 
profossionid mflitary sdiod for noncommissioned officers. 

Sergeant DiBella has returned to Qrilfli AFB. N.Y.. 
where he is a security poUce superintendent with a unit of 
the Strategic Afr Comnumd. 

The sergeant gra<taiated from high sdiod in 1958 hi Oak 
MO. Va.. and received his B.S. degree hi 1977 from New 
SdMd for'Sodal Researdi at New York Oty. 




Daiton 



Navy Chief Yeoman Edward O. Daiton Jr.. whose wife. 
Kathleen, is the daughter of Kfr. and Mrs. Patrick Devaney 
of Podside Road, Vfrginia Beach, has reported far duty at 
the Fleet Intell^ence Center, Europe and Atlantfc, in 
Norfolk. 

He jdned the Navy m July 1956. 



Catlln 



Marine Second Lieutenant Brian a CstUn, son crfMr. and 
Kfrs. William R. CatUn of Narragansett Drive, and whose 
wife, Uura, is the daughter of Nfr. and Mrs. Edwin L. 
Dennis of aeneagel Drive, all of Vfrguiia Beach, was 
graduated from The Basic Schod. 

Hie Basic Sdiod is located at the Maruie Corps 
Development and Education Command in Quantico. Va. It is 
designed to i^epare newly-commissioned oflfeers for 
assignment to the Fleet Marine Force and emphasizes tfte 
duties and responsibilities of a rifle idatoon conunuikr. 

A 1973 graitaMte of Kempsville l^h SdKid. and a 1977 
graduate of Vfrginia Pdytechnic Insthute acd State 

Uoivff^^HHrtfabWI* w**ilta^«'« of ^" <'*«'**• ^ 
jotoed the fmak Cbrpii to Jiiiy 1977. 



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P«Wislicd ttjr the week ending April 19. 1978 



The Official People's Paper 
Serving the world's largest resort city 



Saturday full of Star of the Sea treasures 




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Arttar $ad Mnry McNiljr with dUCereat floirer dbphyi at 
the Star of the Sea flea Buvkct. 



Bob aN Mury lo Li^cvre db^ Jewtlry 
■tertag silver airf Jade. 



moitljr of 




Star of tiie Sea Qtthoiic Church Iwld Itt annual '^ea 
nwket" Saturday, A^ 8. 

This is the third year of the maricet put together by the 
PTA for the grade sdunl. 

(SO dii|riay tables were set up, ranging from needle crafts, 
wood crafts, flower arrangements, jewelry, dis|days to dd 
books, dotfadng, and furniture. 

Profits from the white elephant sales, cakes, plants and 
ftirntture will be used for new sdence taUes and lab 
equipment for the grade sduxsl. 



Photos by 
Linda Pitzen 




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Lflb OD dbpiay% a variety ol crafts. 



'Wood or^laals" hj Cory Laagky tetaif a response frosi i 
interested patroa. 



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2B VHraCNIA^EACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12. t97t 



Fort Story crew braves cold 



Sprtiv nu^lR OKwinf warmly into Virginia Beach, but 
for 14.Fart Story and Port Eustis soldiers, winter u more 
than a fivtiHr raei^ry . 

Tte ittm%e crew OKmbers (rfan air cushion vcbick that 
is plyiiv tltf tey waters erf two rivers in Illinois. The craft is 
tte Army Is tighter air cushion vehicle (LACV-30), which had 
been lukkrgoing opef atiooal tests at Fort Story for the past 
year or sa 

With the tests now ?oiQpleted and a decision on whether 
tob^ More m*. expected until July, the military is taking a 
look tt using the LACV-3P in situations other than those 
required by the Army. 

It has been loai»d to the Coast Guard to test new 
ice-breaking techniques on the Kankahee and Illinois Rivers 
near Peoria, 111. Oae ai the Coast Guard's missions is to 
mainlvdJtt'flree waterways on inland river systems. 

Hie ice4H'eaktDg fffeet is caused when the craft reaches 
certain Ipeeth- Wkve^like bumps are created under the ice, 
oiuiii^^Jerise'cad'b'ttckle tmder its own weight. In areas 
where tiN^ieefterKked. the passing craft forces air beneath 
the edftr of th^ic^, dixplacii^ the water and causing the ice 



to collapse. 

The Fort Story team, heatted by M^ Lyte Haskiat, 
went to Peoria in November 1977 to assemble the LACV-30, 
which had been shin)ed fliere earUer. After a break for the 
Christmas-New Year holidays, the tests began on the lUinr''. 
ai^ Kanakahee Rivers. 

The LACV-30 crew, working mainly duHn« daylight 
hours, had to contend with temperatures tnirely above lero 
and wind chill bctors that went ncU below zero. Ice in 
portions of the two rivers ws< sometimes 17 to 22 inches 
thick. 

The Peoria I ACV^30 crew is the one that has seen the '' 
craft through all its testing at Fort Story. Team members 
are Ntaster Sgt. Roy Layman. StaiTSgt. Pat Oliver, Staff 
Sgt. Rick Mayberry. Sgt. .Ttaaothy Demalson, Spec. S 
Robert Narron, Chief Warrant Officer John Russell, Spec. 4 
Ken Dalton. Sgt. 1st Class Richard Friedrkks, Staff Sgt. 
Larry Boggs, Spec. 3 Cedl U|Kon, Staff Sgt. Steve Simpson, 
Spec. 5 Pat Pritchard and Sgt. William Ginnever. 

Hie team is scheduled to return to Fort Story this month. 




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Jack Qvtwrltlit.«C ChesasMkc, ptcaMent el the VkgWa 
Dare Sdl and WMer OiiMervBtlen DbtrM, prMcMa a ISM 
check toKohert H. DcFer4 Jr. of VIrgfada Beach. DeFord la 



a Meahw ef the VkfUa Wetleyan 
TraMcea ani a awasber ef the W. 
Schotanhop steerii« eenndttec. 



Wmr4 ef 
FleariM 



Scholarship fund to honor Fleming 



IRS warns against haste 



Wtth less than a week remaining uittil the Apt^ 17 
deadline for flUng Federal income tax returns, the Internal 
Revenue Service cautkns taxpayers to spend a lew miniutes 
after the tormi are oonqdeted to douMe diedc their work. 

According totbe IRS. nmqr taxpayers who postpone their 
tax work until the doiinf days cl filing season sulmiit tax 
returns containing mistakes which are iqqMU'ently tlw result 
of hasty fveparation. 



Such mistakes, including math errors, missing entries and 
unallowable deductions, can often detay the processing oft 
return. For taxpayers expecting reflinds. the delays caused 
by certain errors can set back receiirt of tte reftind by 
several weeks. 

Each year tte IRS urges taxpayers to file earQr, but 
hundreds erf thousands (rf Virginians nevertteless wait until 
Aptn to comi^te tte annual task. 




A message from the Highway Safety Division of Virginia 

Human errors cause auto crashes 






Human fiactors are responsible for more than four out of 
every five automobile crastes. 

'^ome 83 percent of 1.303 crashes surveyed in a U.S. 
Dept. (rf Transportation (DOT) study were the result d 
driver error," according to highway safety division director 
JohnT. Hanna. 

Vehicular fectors caused only 4.2 per cent of tte crastes. 
Most frequent vehicular fhctors were gross brake feihire and 
underinflated and bakl tires. Properly maintained tires did 
not cause any of tte aastes. Neitter tire nor wteel fiulures 
due to mttaifKturing defects were dted as possible aash 

causes. ' . ' , ' '^ ; " , . 

EnvtriimiidiM'lbetars. sudrls obstnKted fielit^df visido. 
sNck roads and roadway design probtems «coaiint<Jdfert6.4 " 
per cent of tte crashes. 

Conducted for DOT by tte Institute for Researdi in PuUic 
Safety, Indiana University, investigators aMlyzed police 
records of tte 1,303 crashes. On-site invest^ation (rf 836 



wastes were conducted foUowed by in-depth investigation 
<rf 215 crashes by multi-disciplinary teams. These teams ; 
involved engineers, mechanics, sociologists and reconstruct- .; 
ion specialists. , . :; 

In-depth teams identified tte defimte causes of crastes as 
follows: human fectors, 83.2 per cent; environmental 
fectors. 16.4 per cent; and vehicular fectors, 4.2 per cent. ; 
These total slightly over 100 per cent since some aastes ;; 
have more than one cause. 

Investigators recommended extensive information pro- 
grams to alert drivers to tte need fir careftal kxkaat on . ^ 
entering intersectign»»,watching the traffic ahead for sudden < 
stqps. nuanit^tel, ifl traffic signs and traveHng j^* 

reasonable speetb. V^ ,j "^ "^ 

ater recommendations in^ided support of uti^Mld tire 
regulations as part of regular state inspection procedures 
and ctecking tire pressure as part of tte regutar inspection 
program since uncterinflttiod is a safety hazard. 



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A schdtfship fUhd in memory cS tte tate W. Clarke 
Fleming Jr. is teing establisted at Virginia Wesleyan 
CcBeg; awording to an aniKJuncement this week Iqr A.M. 
MacKay. chairman of the Amd's steering committee and 
Virginia^Wesleyan pre;jident Larabuth M. Clarke. 

Tte icluinship w^ te awarded to a Virginia Beach 
stu^m who willrte required, during his or ter freshman 
year. t{i-do a ip«<att »tli# on urban-rural relationships. 
QjUeigeiOfl^ials hope to award tte first schdarship in tte fell 
ofl979i; - , 

Over Sl,600haa be«(i received in tte Fleming Scholarship 
Fimd to ^e. Tte iiMerest bam tte fund will te awarded 
ea^ yea^ 6 the sdioitfthip. 

The: study of wbucrurad relationships can te very 
telpftal to tte teoiilents of ttese scholarships and to those 
involved in tte isipiktant task of land use planning," sakl 
MacKay. 



Fkming. formerly general manager of Bayville Farms 
Inc.. was a charter memter of tte Preskleitt% Advisory 
Council and artive in tte afWrs of Virginia Wesleyan. He 
was a memter of tte Virginia Beadi Personnel Board, tte 
Virginia Beach Wettands Board, tte Virginia Beach 
Beautification Commission, tte Virginia Beadi Development 
Coundl, among otter community activities. 

Long active in tte cattk and dairy industry, Fleming was 
an international expert in cattle judging. He died in 
Septemter. 1977. 

Otter memters of tte fiind's steerii^ conunhtee are E. R. 
CockreU Jr..R<4)ert R DeFord Jr.. a Willhun Detteman 
Jr. and James R. BergdoO. 

Contributions to tte scholarship fiind may te sent to tte 
Fleming Scholarship Fund. Virginia Wesleyan College. 
Norfolk-Virginia Beach. Va. 23302. 



Annual Charity Ball sponsored by medical assistants 



Justte^ appointed as summer missionary to England 



Raymond Jostis of Virginia Beach has teen aiqxanted by 
Ckeater'. Europe Mssion as a summer missionary to 
Emiaad.-'- 

Justis.witf join- a 10-memter evangelistic team wtese 
work wiU kicliufe Iherattve distribution, doar-to4oar 
wittessws ^ "P^i'^ ninistry. Tte assignment is part of 
Ewocarpr:78, « sunaner program that gives college-age 
pecfflr ^a^i^ experience in Christian work $i oae of 
severd kdttioiis fhroi^tliont Europe. 



He is tte son of Edwin F. Justis of Virghiia Beach. A 
graduate of Toccoa Falls College in Toccoa Falb, Ga., te is a 
n^mter of tte First AUhmce Onirce of CharlotU. N.C 

Greater Europe Kfission, a nondenominatkwiJ nisstenary 
agency, operates nine BiUe institutes and a the<iQgical 
seminary, establishes diurdxs and engages bi evangelism 
m 13 European countries. Currently more than 200 
missknaries serve under GEM. 



honored by Ford Motor Company 



Poi^QC^tl^^Nhyees c€ Ford Motor Company^ Norfolk 
Asi«MfMj^4Lli^^efmtte mfiestone servke aniuversar- 

^i^h4i^^emaa», three will receive 30-yeK gold 
-pta. wi tt wiD- r^Ne 2$-year silver fbn from Plaitt 
Jmks L. Melme md a ^»sage of ai^edation 



Sffi^ ^i^dmts Included on college dean's list 



SeVlrathrid^fU^nts ItfM been faKdwfed on tte deu^ 
ttd fiiMs -kt jubtehed'W RMM^h4ifiaean Oollege. 
AiiMiiil. Vh-gUi, hMed qm grades arned hf tte 
stn^Ms ^rtaf tte first semester and tte Juuary cdkiquy 
term. 

A toiiy^XJ st^etts are bted. A quaUty-point average 
rf] J <rfa possii^ 4.0 is required far a student to te m<Aided 
ontte-te^rslis^ np?i^ Ibt sti^nts mustearna3X)(rfa 
ptatMi4jO. 

eaii tte: Horace L. Mtter. II, sen of 

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Horace L. Botkr Sr.. 4961 Haygood Rd.; Ftfth MMun 
Larkin. duigl^r of Larry X LarUn, 3717 Kk^ Paint 
Road; JeuMer Anne WSLt, di^ltter of Mrs. Joune K 
l^nte. t2M North Wott^e Drive. I^oriwth B. Bridwhi, 
dM^hter of WOttM B.Udwta. 4»9 Ocett Av^ne; Mm 
ADen Fears, son nf John CuroO Feus, 1264 TaM^ Tr^ 
Ktthken Grace ftteckay, daughter of AUster Macfcqr. 2217 
Indian m Road; Jules Atfriui Stern, son ofM-s. Feloe A. 
Stem. 400t B^borgh Drive. 



American Association of Medical Assistants, Virginia 
Beadi du^iter, is holding its Tourth Annual Charity Ball" 
for tte tenefit of Children'^ Hospital of tte King^ 
Daui^ers to te tekl at tte Oommodore Country Qub 
Saturday. A^fl 22. 

Dandng wiU te from 9 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. with musk 



provided by Benny Gould. 

Donation is $20 per coupk whkA is tax dedoctiUe and' 
iiududes set-ups and snacks for tte entire evening, phis a 
large buffet breakfest at 12:30 a.m. 

none for tkkets at 481-2313 during workdaj^ and 
evenings phone. 490-2312 or 416-3073. 



from Henry Ford U, tte con^nqr^ diainnan of tte board. 
Ainai^ tte 2S-year enqrioyees are tte ftDoartaf from 
\^giniaBeai^: 

George O. Arannon; ^lattty cooiral; 3137 Choctaw Drive, 
Kenneth E. Herrit. quatty control; 1148 Acredalc Road. 



How to prevent and remove mildew 



by the Beach Dept of Agriculture/ Va. Tech Ext Division 



Mktew. usually noted as a biack or gray discoloration on 
house pdnts, is noted on homes throughout Tidewater. 

Mldew is a ftangus that has four re^ements for active 
growth: warm -temperatures W¥ or above, moisture, food 
(nsoally paint or wootO and onygen. 

ToooBtrd mikkw. it k necessary to eUmimtte at least one 
of ttese four bask requiremeitts. We can do Httk about the 
onygen siq^ or temperttures« so we generally try to limit 
moisture or remove or poison tte food supi^. 

Tte Virginia Beadi Departmeitt of Agriculture and 
^^ginia Tedi Exteuion Division offers a few i^actical 
sdittions and trettments for tte consumer'^ jvobkm. 



1. To Idl nuktew and to dean tte surfiue tefore 
KpiteiiV, use tte folkwfaig sdutkn: One tUrd ogi 
hooseteid detergent (those iMted to te especially effective 
<B grease are desirid>k). one quvt household Ueach, 3 
quuu warm witter. 

2. Scnrii tte smfeces with a soft brush. Wetf ghives and 
vft protectkn; avoid sfrtashing on steubs and other jdants. 

3. Rinse well. 

4. Before new growth tegms. repaiitt with a zuK-oaide, dl 
fwdM^^n^andkfewckle or ^kwer hazvd areas) wtth 
m wryHe fattex pant with nOdewdde. 



sw In Ckvwl Spaee Vnier HoiiM" 

1. Use d^rhiat^ Itane (oamnu^ caUeddilorkk of Ifane 



or bleaching powder) to remove musty odors. 

2. Sivinkk a light coating of this dieiidcal over tte ground 
and kt it stay untfl all mustiness disq^ears. Use caution: 
wear gloves to protect hand and avoid getthig powder in 
eyes and breathing fumes. 

3. Later, tte area may te covered with v^wr barrkr sudi 
as pdyethekne film. 

IfeaMrfaq MUew on Oemcnt FhMTS, 
Tied Wals and Floors la BathrooM* 



1 . Saub with dihited sdution of Ikiukl ddorine Ueadi. 

2. Use 1/2 to one cup of Uquid household bkadi to one; ', 
gdkn of water. 

3. Rinse with dean water. 

4. Wipe dry. 

Onttion: Keep wfaidows open; wten deai^ wev 
wateri^oof gloves. 

Preonitkn: Wash qw^ ami careftaUy on fltutk and > 
ufibak tik to avoid spotting. - « 

Oonnwrcfad nOdew removers are atao avaOiMe. Use as [^ 
dirked on oouinner kteb. •> 



Slides of canal highlight PA DAR meeting 



C^itain Homer H. lUsten Jr. USN (lUt.) wstt tte guMt 
^p»fc» A tte Mtf ch BMt^ of tte I^taem Aiue CouMy 
i^vter, Drnt^Ki of tke American lUvotatkn, held 
^senaly U tte home of hfrs. Stewart Ih^^Oeston. 

C^ata Hkkten ^ve a taflc on tte I^mm Caati aad 
Missed tlM« tte UAed StttM shoidd not g^ 19 oomtoI of 
tte canal. SMm of tte oual were shopwn wUA were tdum 
hy 0|X«n I^ten dmh^ one of lA m^r passages tbrix«h 

|]m strttegk att. 

' OneQfttel^^^orttemMt^wMtteawtf#«of 

tte DAR Good Ckten pta tofanr ^h s^ed serion. Mrs. 



i^h Gekler made tte awards to Oekste McOormk^ of ^ 
Keftn Hgh S^nl, Nebon Btherk^e Jr. of C^ Hewy;;^ 
Coflegtee, AMunwk SnAh of Fkst OoloiM nd Jsn.4 
HndOeston of Cox Hgh Sdiod. ThNe-stodetts rad their v 
motters were spetM goesu of tte ^^er . ' 

Mrs. Jtam^r Kttigteer gara awBukim review reporti^^ 
on tte Junior Anwrkan Qtizens. This groqi n far d s Miv aS' 
wte are too young to te in tte CWI*en ot tte Aaerie^« 
Revofaitien \M, ttey strive to ptcoMe pMrioika te yoragc^. 
d4#en. n^ures of tte pris wtaah« peatm wide ^ Mrs.-' 
Kii*IV*r'k group were shown to tte mnBkmt. ' 



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VnaNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1971 



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Judy Grace recruits 
for Northwestern 

.. Jady D. Grice, lefl, oT Vlrfliria Beadi, to grcctei ky 
Nortkcastcn Uriverslty% vice ^etMeat for DevcltpatBt 
Engeac M. Reppacd, cuter/ and NU^ Deu of Atatosioai 
FhiHp McOilM, r^kt, at the AdadiiiaH tastltatc for alwuri 
recralters hcM recently at the lehooi'k Bootoa aoMMV* 
AdnksioBf recralters are a groap of Nortkeastcra lAmi 
who have votnatcered to vbit their area h%h ichoob aad 
talk to Juniors and seniors riraat Northcaatcra. 

Grace gradaatcd from Northeastcra^ CoBege of liberal 
Arts In 196g and reccNed her master^ degree in 1970. 



Money goes to 
i}ay school bills 



ByLEECAHILL 
SUN PiMc Affurs Writer 



A total of S1.S<0,000 earmarked for other projects will be 
used to pay school constriction bills exceeding the 
$7,(72,000 aOoctted in the S1S,900,000 Public Improvement 
Bond Issue of December 1977. 

aty maoager George L. Haabury said, however, that the 
money will re|M^ tv the 1978 issue which will be 
recGomiended tai Joae or earbr 'uly and sold in December. 

The sckool board has vadeir constroaion (keen Run 
Senter lfigh,FaJlrfield Etemeirtary, ^aatkn Juidor Mgh, 
White Oak Elementary Mid Indian Lakes Elementary 
Schools, in ad^ion to asMideriatf ion cf Virgin^ Beach Junior 
Hgh and other sdiod ad i ttk m and imi^ovements. 

I^udiury said that there is no inunediate demand for the 
ftinds for several proiects included in the bond issue. They 
indude Newtown Road Phue I. Indian River Road. Phase I, 
Princess Anne Road Phue I, Dredging-Eastern Branch 
Lyifiahaven River. Providence Road Phase IV, dty garage 
expansion, Pleasure House Greek boat ranq>, Sandbridge 
restrooou. Brigad<iai area park and Kingi Orant-Little 
Nedc library. 

Virginia Beadi dty council last week ^^roved the 
transfer of ftmds. 



Miller sings In chorus 



Marianne MUler of 27S 
Toy Avenue, Virginia Beach 
is a member of the Univer- 
sity of Illinais (kaduate 
Chorale in Urbana, Illinou. 

The 43-voice diorus is 



directed by Professor Har- 
old Decker. 

Nfiss Nflller also has a part 
in the university^ upcoming 
production "Dido and 
Aeneas." 




VE A convention attracts 1 400| teachers 

Dowlas E. TUIbcrg [center], a teacher at KempsvlUe Jaalor 
Hgh School aad presMeat of VIrglBia Edacatloa Association 
Dbtrtet 20, aad Patrlda Walker [Isfl], a teacher at antral 
H^h Schod bi PalMer who also rcpnseatB District 20 on 
the VEA Board of Dkrcclors, coafcrrcd with VEA president 
Mary Hatwood Fatrcl darii« the VEA coavcntion held in 
Norfoft hat week. DiitrM 20, whkh covers Virginia Beach, 
Acconadk coaaty aad Northampton coaaty, ladudes more 
thaa 2,M0 VEA nsembcri. 




Jerry Lewis 



Calling all 

Kellam '73 
grads 

The tCellam High Schod 
Alumni Assodation is trying 
to find 1973 graduittes to 
help plan for a five-year 
reimion. 

Hiose with information en 
1973 ctassmates may call 
SaiMly Perdue McCullough 
at 425-1357. 



Board 
announces 

officers 

The Virsinia Beach Men- 
tal Health and Mental Re- 
tardiUion Services board has 
announced its new (rffioers 
for the year. TTiey are: 

Chairman, Franklin H. 
Friend; vice chairman, 
Franklin Cox; secretary, Dr. 
Vivan Skansi; treasurer. 
Rev Alton Butts. 



Beach U-Haui in tops 



Ann dark, operator of 
Aragona Moving Center, 
4950 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard. Virginia Beach, has 
placed among the top 100 



U-Haul dealers in the natk>n, 
according to 1977 rankings 



compiled by the 
Rental System. 



U-Haul 



Recycled aluminum funds 
aid muscular dystrophy 



Reyndds Metals Oompany, the KAiscular Dystrophy 
Assodation and comedian Jeirry Lewis wiU join forces for 
the fourth consecutive year to recyde aluminum and use its 
value to aid persons afflided by muscular dystrophy and 
related neuro-muscular diseases. 

In the past three years, the public, ReynoMs Metab 
Oompany and its en4>loyees have raised more than $460,000 

far Kfs^,i^,9oy^iiig>j«p m^yeim^jnmMmMsii^mii 

all-aluttdnum beverage cansw c i- •;'•■■? /!w*.^ 
The ivqgram has recycled millions of cans that might 

otherwise have become litter and, by so doing, has saved 9i 

percent of the energy that might have been used to i^oduce 

a similar iunount of aluminum, 
^yndds' local odledion points are: 

Virginia Beach Civic Center (Dome), 19th and PKific 
Avenue; and Recycling Center, 1435 Air Rail Avenue. 



YMC A registration set 

A 'Y3et Fit for Summer, Get Fit far Life" campaign is 
underway at the Virginia Beach Family YMCAlocated in tlM 
United Way Family Center near Nft. Trashmore. 

Instructors with years of experience in working with men 
and women in a vartety of fitness environments from 
soothing slimming to musk dasses to vigaous IBuropean 
style" exercise i»agranu, with specialized programs in 
hatha yoga, creative dance (aerobic exercise), bellydaiKing, 
adult gymnastics, swimnastics, mens {diysiad conditioning, 
can \ai\p improve muscle tone, cardiovasculv endurance, 
flexibility and appearance. 

A special all-indusive fee gives 1978 community member- 
sh^ uid idlows you to register for as many different fitness 
dasses as you wish. 

Registration begins tlw week of April 17th for classes 
beginning the week of AprU 24th. OaU the 'Y" at 499-2311 
for flirther infarmation. 



Dean names Garber 



Harvey J. Qraber of 
Vkginia Beadi has been 
nanwd to tlw Dean'k list for 



tiM wimer quarter at Cqx 
Fear Tedinical Institute in 
WitaningtoD. N.C 



Beach man completes program 



Richard Dale Reid, a sales 
repre^ntative for Ken Reid, 
Inc., 5713 Thurston AveniK, 
Virgioia Beach, has success- 
hilly complete Minolta 



Business Equipment Divi- 
sion's comprehensive sales 
training program. 

The three-day sales semi- 
nar is conducted at Mindte's 



national training center m 
Rolling Meadows, BI. as part 
of the compuy's dealer 
suppwt program for its Inie 
of Electi^aphk ccqriers. 



DRIVE WITH CARE 

Drive with care, dont be a 
speeder, yott n^ run over 
a want ad reader! 



Council reviews projects 



A run-down on the capital 
projects compfeted and 
under construction from 
July 1. 1972 through Jan. 
31. 1978 shows an expedi- 
ture of $170,729,876. 

Of the total. Highways 
completed account for 
$15,121,963; highways un- 
(fer construditin. $9,888,- 
756; buildii^s completed, 
$10,734,529; buildings under 
construction, $34,245,445; 



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school projeds completed, 
$16,474,766; schod projeds 
under (xmst ruction, 

$26,206,146; Parks and Re- 
creation, $1,061,863 comple- 
ted. $8,266,457 under con- 
struction, water utility 
$7,221,060 completed, 
$14,800,775 under construc- 
tion; sewer, $11,445,159 
completed, $13,931,278 un- 
der construction; and total 
lami acquisition, $961,000. 



Officers elected for 
Big Brother/ Big Sister 

John Munford of Virginia Beach was recently elected vice 
president of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Tidewater, Inc. 

Derek Smith was re-elected to a third term as president of 
the agency. Smith said the group increased frcnn 94 big 
brothers in 1976 to 197 in 1977. The big sister program grew 
from 17 big sisters to 67. 

Others residents elected to the Virginia Beach area board 
ure Phyllis Harden, Sam day and Calvin Sinu. 

Other Virginia Beach officers in the organization are: 
Robert M. Salter, treasurer; A. Joseph Canada, financial 
legal advisor; Conrad Reid. liaison to the military. 



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Cuip cast April meeting and social set 



In role 



Steven Bradford Culp.son 
of Nfr. uid Mrs. John R. 
GraUnsky of Virginia 
Beadi. has been cast in the 
role of Alain in the upcoming 
William and Mary Theater 
production of The Sdiod 
for Wives." 



The USS Nimitz Enlisted 
Wives Qub will hdd its 
monthly business meeting on 
April 14 from 10-2. 

The meeting will be held at 
the Ship-N-Shore Wives Qub 
Bldg. No. Bring a bag lunch. 
Babysitting is provided. Call 
Mrs. Linda Boroughs for 



more information at 423- 
2473. 

The wives dub will hold a 
social on April 27, from 6:30 - 
9 p.m. A speaker from 
Tidewater Rape Information 
Services will speak on 
different protective meas- 
ures and the services that 



their organization provides. 
The meeting will be heild at 
the Ship-N-Shore Wives Qub 
Bldg. No. Babysitting is 
provided. 

For more information call 
vice-president Mrs. Laura 
Brennaman at 460-2744. 



Relsner's Is now Regal 



Reisner's Delicatessen at 
Hilltop North Shopping 
Center has been purchased 
by Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 
(Beau) Beaudry and is now 
Regal delicatessen, Ltd. 

Beaudry is a retired Naval 
officer, and the couple plans 



the restaurant as a family 
operation introducing some 
new items on the existing 
menu. 

The transaction was hand- 
led by Ted Carr, an associate 
with Thomas C. Kyrus and 
Assodates Realty, Inc. 



Mary Savage celebrates 
her 80th birthday 



More than 50 Umtn mem- 
bers and friends gathered at 
Hie Tin Lizzie to honor 
Mvy A. Savage on her 80th 
birthday. 

She b the wife of tbe late 



William H. Savage and is the 
mother oi 11 chiklren, 30 
gram^iildren and 14 great- 
grandchildren, nuiBt of 
whom reside in the llde* 
water area. 



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April winds brin| homemade kites out ... 




Slitcn. Rofweu nad Jesifea Fuatei, skat oat «(ker 
cmteituti la the teen age groip witk their first aad Mcoii 
place. 




Ecuy Wcftel of Wcit Farali«tai Said, took frst pbce 
with Ua hoMfMir boa kite. 





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IB stroag at tkc Parks 
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He aaeGtelB ln4y. of Heariocfc Atcmm, cum oat to catdi 
the kite aylig actka hat Satarday at the Recreatka Ceater. 
FklH^ we: Steve wltk Daa, Deaaia, Stephaafe 
Marcjr. 



The wind was slight but the s|ririt was strong iMt 
Satwday at the Virgida Beadi Parks and Rearation amoal 
ktte Qj^ earnest hekl at the Recreation Center on 
Monmoitth Lane. 

The cottMt was open to yomgsters from five to 18 years 
old with tivee age bradcets. Cbaipetition on the homonade 
kites was jodg^ accor^ng to workmansfaqt, neatness and 
joying perfcnnance. 

^' tlie Cesar Faertes funQy . wlu> have taken a hvge share of 
the fvizea fcr the tast three years, were ottt m feroe ^ain 
^1^ year. Faertes a a general oontra^or woA a native of 
^m, where he learned the art of ktte-flying. 

Two Partes stotm won the teen-age graq) conqsetition. 
^iwena, 13, won second piaoe aod Jnska, 14, took first. 

Im the 10-12 year ofal group, Kenny Weikel took first idace 
^nd Brad ftrown took second. 

Another Faertes, Oesw Jr., took first |teoe hi the 
Iroangest i^e vossp ad lliaddeas Chson took second jriaoe. 
The contest was the eigltth straigitt for \nrglnla Beadi. 






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kite. 



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The eighth anBoal kite lljrtaig contcit wionen with priie 
winnlag Idtei we: Jessica Fuentes, Rowena Fuentes, Cesar 
Faeotes Jr., Thaddcus Ouon, Brad Browa and Keany 
Whikeal. 



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Cesar Fnertcs of Wfllfcaarc Road and his fiunOy were oat ia 
force with their owa brand of iMneauMle Idtes. The tuaOf 
captured three of the six awards, taUag two Brst ptaces. 



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Gymnastics meet 
winners named 

The Rfth annual elementary all city gymnastics meet was 
held at First Cdonial High School on i^riU. 

This meet is open to students in grades ool through seven 
in the Virginia Beach city public schools and is a continuatioo 
of the elementary schoc^ extramural program. 

The categories for competition are as follows: 
Boys' category, tumbling and parallel bars in each grade 
level; girls' category, tumbling and balance beam in each 
grade level. Each category has the beginner and inter- 
mediate skill level. 

Winners in each category and grade level were: 

Beginning tumbling, girls: grade 1, Jennifer Mohap, 
KempsviUe Elementary; grade 2, Rebecca Villa Lobos, 
Arrowhsad; grade 3, Oeri Page, Woodstock: grade 4, 
Stephanie Bannervich, KempsviUe Elementary: grade S. 
Amy Cowan, KempsviUe Btementary; grade 6, Nflchelle 
Terracano, Kemps LandUig; grade 7, Shelly Sanford. 
KempsviUe Meadows. 

Intermediate tumbling,girls: grade 1, no winner; grade 2. 
Samiya StalUngi. KempsviUe Meadows; grade 3, Oarnett 
Ouey, Arrowhead; grade 4, Deneen Brisen, Qreen Run; 
grade S, BUzabeth Costenbader, Linkhorn Park; grade S, 
Denise Katsias, Alanton; gride 6, Lisa Busier, Court Houae; 
grade 7, Paun Hentschel, Kemps Landing. 

Beginning twlanoe beani, girU: grade 1, no winner; grade 

2, Stacy Schroedcr, Malibu; grade 3, Kristie Poster, 
KempsviUe BleneBtary; grade 4, Sapiantha Dufiy, Thalia; 
grade 3, Stacy Woteott, KempsvUle; grade 6, Debby Twine, 
Plaza Elementary. 

Intermediate balance beam, girls: grade 1, no winner; 
grade 2, Everly Retikls, Woodstock; grade 3, Lisa OoodaU, 
Trantwood; grade 4, Laure Booth, KempsvUle Elementary; 
grade 3, Elizabeth QunpbeU, KempsvUle; grade 6, Yvonne 
Sabastian, HoUand. 

Beginning tumbUng boys: grade 1, Frankie Matyko, 
Court House; grade 2, OerneU Baughman, Arrowhead; 
grade 3, Kevin King, Trantwood; grade 4, Danny Finowski. 
Court House; grade S, Mark Mayo. Court House; grade 6, 
Richard HoUoweU, Hdland. 

Intermediate turabUng. boys: grade I, no winner; grade 2, 
Donnie Kyle, Court House; grade 3, no winner; grade 4, 
Joey McNeU. Woodstock; grade S, Chris Jordan, ThaUa; 
grade 6, Danny Elam, Fairfield. 

Begiiming paraUel bars, boys: grade 1, David Edmonson, 
Woodstnck; grade 2, Jimmy Dominesey, Wooditock; grade 

3, KoQ ; Maschinot, Woodstock; grade 4, Brian Hadley, 
Woodstock; grade 3, Teddy Pitrcme, Codec; grade 6, Qaig 
Alexander, North Landing. 

Intermediate parallel bars, boys: grade 1, no winner; 
grade 2, no winner; grade 3, no winner; grade 4, Bobby 
Carmine, Woodstock; grade 5 Steven Parker, Woodstock; 
grade 6. KeUy BaUes, Windsor Woods. 



Wire 8#tocf ed at 
for cheerleadar clinic 

Virginia Wesleyan CoUege has been selected u a site for a 
1978 educational workshop for cheerleaders presented by 
Qdden Eagle Cheerleader Clinics. The workshop is 
schedtUed for June 22-25. 

Hie cheerleaders attending wiU receive training Ik-om the 
Oolden Eagle professional staff in areas rekttive to effective 
cheerleading. Participants wUI be housed in the ooUege 
residence hiUs and wUl eat in the Aubrey Egglestoo Dining 
HaU on canynts. 

EnroUment is United. Reservations may be placed and 
additional informatkn received by writing Oolden Eagle 
Cheerleader Oinics/P.O.BoK 6S5/Soutb (ffll, VA 23970 or 
caUing 804-447-3143. 

Instruction is geared to Junior, middle and high school 
dieerteaders. Cheers, chants and sideUnes cheers are 
scattered throughout the program. Demoostrations and 
initruction in tunbUng. miai-tramp and Jumps are 
highUghted. Oolden Eagle instrwftors work doiefy wUh 
squads on how to gain crowd participation and perfect 
motions. 

Various workshops are heM throughout tha oinic on 
t(|rfcs such as dMcr effectiveness, pep raUies. captain^ 
respoosibUities, sfririt boosters and fond raising. There are 
special workshops for spoiuors also. 



Baach hosts Stata TItIa I 

A one-day seminar titled Indtutry Jdb TraiiUng and 
Employment for the Dear wUl be held Thursday, ^U 20, 
at the OavaUer Hotel in Virginia Beach. The seminar is 
sponsored by the. Community Services Program of the (M 
Dominion University Sdiool of Continuing Studies uai the 
Learning Technology Institute in Warrestosi, Va. 

Through the use at video ttipt* and discussioiu, the 
I^Ogram wUl kca$ on the diaraaeristla of deafkwss as a 
imlque haiuUaqq>ing condition and on wiqps in whidi 
industry personnel managers can enqdoy cteaf workers. 
Affirmative action for the handlc^^d anl J(4> structuring 
for the deaf wUl also be discussed by gttfst speiikers and 
panel members. 

Quest speakers for the day wUl be Jk. Edgv L. Shrtver. 
president of Kintoo Inavporated; H. Paul Messmer, a 
ccuultant; and Oi^toa W. Boyd, senkr [vogram admiiUst- 
rator for the latragei^ Coomiittee en Enjoyment of the 
Hm^kapped, 

The progrun wfll Intarporate a unk]ue tpptieniaa at 
tedHsdogy in coop^atiott wtth tte Vbginia Cbuadl for the 
DNf ud the Virgin Department of Vocational Rehtfrittttt- 
lon. Eadi sasioB wUl be fatterpreted in sign tanguage for 
(kaf iMutkipants, 

The ses^iw wU begin whh regtotration tt 8:43 a.ni. and 
the ^ogram wUl be hekl from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fee te $33 
wMch tadi^es trndi aM textbodc. 

For tother informMioii caU the (HHJ Ocaannmity 
Serviws Program at 4894^1. 



Elks 2268 alact officers 

Virginia Bemh BUcs Lodge 2268 ele^ed aff^n for 

tfn-ntaem^. 

1lK»e e^wi iadii^: ttehnan Ifi^Bn, exatted ruler; 
Lonb M. ZMMiky, esteemed k9^ k^ght; M^y Tower, 
esteemed !«ad^ knight; Joseph Powell, esteenwd tecturing 
k£^ht; Th^de» Mwnaa. P.£.R., se(7etary; &roee HaU. 
treuorer; PfM t^tof^ titer; uA WA Cftsver. P.E.R.. 
George C^tt, P.fi.1L, and Jolm Ho|Aim. triatees. 



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Antiques and Furniture 

SALE SALE 

OUTDOOR FURNITURE 
Porcli rockers & Swings 

WebnyaadSdl 
3910 COLLEY AVE. 

We also do sti^ping and 
refinishing. 



LMHITEOTIME 
ONLY! 
Pianos 

TRADE-IN SALE 

$300 

Regardless of condition- 
on any new piano in our 
diowrooni. Peele/ToUi 
Piano Wiureliouse, 5312 
BaiMiiv E, Virginia Beac 
Boulevard, 490-16S3 



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EXAM COURSE 

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RealEstMcSdiooi 

PRlNaPLESOF 

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Morning ^set 9 to I 

Evening classes 6 to 10 

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perck, MttdMd 

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with a 1 rear EIA mwnwtij. To lee 

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Realty Co. 

Paige Taykw, Broker 
3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
CkwcUa^ 

484-4542 




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Associates, Inc. 

Realtors 

Pioai Skopptag G»ter 

484-9000 

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Res: 4S8-2271 
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Chesapeake. Va. 

Is adenting resuaes for the posbion of 
Adverting Representative. DittiesjB- 
chidttWtail ad sales and narkcttag bi 
Hd^lter area. Batfcgroand in print or 
broiitlit sales prefl^red. 






SenC^eonfideitti*! 
reoMaDents to 



resimie and salary 



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OeaeralKteiafer 

P.O.BoRl32? 

ChesiMwake, Va. 23320 

For appointments diving April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only i^uoe S47-4S7I between 
12Hnjadl.-00p.p. 




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WORE laOM YOUa HOME 
NO SELLING 

We are '«*fa^ fa mature persons who are self starters to 
do telei^Mae wctk from theb honies. Mint have ffloratngs 
and eveabiti free to caU. Good workers may exceed $4.00 
per hour worked. $2.63 per hour guaraitteed when startbig. 
KbuthowevwbequaUtedtoadvanoetohigber wage. Write 
Mr. KtasoB. (1S9 Vbginia Beadi Blvd.. Nwfolk. >%gtaiia 
23302. nease Include phone number. 



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i tdMelbM? 

R According tothe Code 
ofVlrgMloaldnvtrs 
mwftoometoo 
complete stop when 
opproodtlng o idtool but 
fram ony dlreetiOA while K 
It loodmooi unloading 
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mdudas 

eMaeotweVotpubkc 
lie* which ore properly 
flMvhedoMi pointed 
ichoelbutuellow.Cn 
undMdedMQhwoytof 
tueeuoHvehldetore 
required to itopond 
remoln *o until oM children 
ore deor of the rood ond 
the bit* It oooln m motion. 
On dNdedniglMiout or 
ttreett, vehidet In oB lone* 
troMA^Inthtionw 
dIreOUOA Qt the but mutt 
oometoQoomptste ttop, 
but veMdattrawaMng In on 
oppOUte dkeOtloA and 
leporaed by elthtr o 
phytiooiborrieroron 
unpOMedoreomoy 
proceed without ttoppmg. . 



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COLONY 

HOME Srr& FC« SALE 

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SALES WFICE 
333 Providence Rd. 



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BASIC FLORAL 
DESIGN CLASSES 
Enroll now for April clas- 
ses at 2 locations: Prices 
Florist, Chesapeake; Vir- 
ginia Beacb Florist, LasUn 
Rd. For information call 
422-3624 



CHUCK NOBBB EAKATE 

- 2 year membership for kii 
than one years cost. Free 
lesson faiterested parties./ 
Cbst SI. 015 sell for $473. 
34(M337. 
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3-L«il and Feiiad 

DOG SMALL. FUVFY, 

nixed Iveed. femak. Uadc 
and white, 2 1/2 years oU, 
weigltt IS lbs., lost Hy- 
mouth Park Area. Tan collar 
with license number 17625. 
$30 reward. 420-7944 or 
545-50n. 

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6-Ani ewokl lea for Sale 

MAVEKKK- 1970. 2 door. 
new tbes. dutch with 3 
speed cotaunn. good punt.. 
"Cute little car r $450. CUl 
422-5321 or 425-9118. 
m 

BUICX 1977 REGAL, fully 
equipped, warranty, $4595. 
Can be seen at Avis, 
3440 North Kfilitary »gh- 
way. 853-4112. 
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LOANS 

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Finance Co. 

Locally Ownod 
482-3381 

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Immedtate and perseael ser- 
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We llnanrf CUI anytkae. D. 
h. Stakes, IS3-7S92 or MS- 
9351 

853-7592 
855-0351 



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Rcpdrs Mid 

Nejebteoi 
24 kr. service. Low rates. 

401-9105 
587-3002 

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CO. 

Kitdwn remodeling 
Brtjgoem remodf Ihig 

Ganges bi^ 

Room additions 

OirpeMry 

Fireplaces twUt 

Qutfe to FafflHyroam 

Oonverskas 

You nme it. well do h! 

3994^ or 397-7178 

Aaytone for Ik-ee estimate 

by stale i^ltt»ed 

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CLEANING New homes and 
rentals. All Unls of Clean- 
big. CUI 421-9787. 



DEBOLD'S 
MAQICMiST 

YOUR niEO upholstery 
can be deaned and given 
new Ufo by DebcU'Si Magk 
hfist. CUI 42S-«)«S for i^ec 
estimates.^.- ^ams 

425-6086 



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RooBi additions, bath- 
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general home repUrs. GaB 
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483-3775. Lkensed. bonded, 
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School of Music 

AKirJOUN^JES 

Openings in Piano-Tbeory 
Rythm Classes -Ages 2-5 
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Goild of Piano Teachers 
BA in piano - ODC 
M Ed. from UVA 13 
13 years eqperience in 
primary education and 
private piano teacbii^ 



1206 Hawthorne Drive 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

Ph. 420-0554 




VligiiuaBeachfsU 

Virginia Beach. Va. I 

^^■is l e ee ivim e pptt elio n t fortb* paillian «(|^;] v-f 
Classified Advertising Representative. " ' 
Applicants must be aggressive, mature 
and attractive. Telephone Rapport and 
accomplished sales background are a 
must. Other duties include receptionist, 
light bookkeeping and typing. 
Salary, bonuses. commi.<isions and bene- 
fits commensurale with experience. 

Send confidential resume and salary 
requirements to: 

H. Thomas Drew 

General Manager 

138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

For Appointments during April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only phone 547-4571 between 
8:30 and 9K)0 a.m. 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

545-7318 




Bidders 

Hoow la^overaems 

Oontfa^ors 



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486-877S 



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modcn et^tnncnt tnd clial- 
Ihi|PB|i litiiiiu|i fiooL Kcfp 
fow iob tnd tiM oo part time 
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ov 3 week lul time readent 
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KINGSTOWNE 

OPEN Fit., ^t' Sun. 2P.M. 'Til Dark 
BEMITIFUL BRICK RANCH 

s^^U^ raiGBSBEGm 

lUNoaBvnv wsmam at s34^ 

^mmm OptionakOarage, Firei^aoe, 
Gentral air. No Down Payment to Veterans. Only $200 
toiy cnb required of Veteran Purdmsers. 

Located otrOaopOfcUtHvd. 397-0476 

l/2aleaorth«l»BttaryHwy. * _ 

KmITY CONSTRUCTION a REALTY C< 



VIRGINIA 

KACH 

804-400-3707 



LOOKINQFORA 
MEWHOME? 




imdrod B. RIeaido 
call a today. We have 4 arou of ekolee 



miOfHAD AOIU: ^S,MO op. WUlamrtiai 

dolBll la ranekaa, i-«tery en 1/1 wre eowtry 

Mi.OUyiMtn0*! 

PWLAR RIDGE: ^.900 qt- Ranehaa avalUUe- 

090 (M and 1-abtry to bo hUlL Loto effoa* 

lH«i lieh U od , prtat area. 

OAE MAKB: |M,NI - 4 Bodroom Bones - 

I ta bo b^ on k^, wooded lota-8-l/d| fla- 



Hiwnnir usmm: ius,oo0. r» the oHeative 

QiiaM inr b^ttd CaloUal cnatM bam boM 
on OM nriH- an do^ yeor boat! Qattr Mrtraa 
1^ wot bar. ka^ dan wM book- 
■i ««««■ aeon, Md llra^aeo, ole. 
ALIO wo low kmo aofwal boiitt« Moa aid for- 
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MCARDO,MC. REALTORS 
547-4555 



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Ml JQBBTfnni RD. 
^ (SIXAPRASE, VA. ^m 



DAfLY 

Qufck safe laundi and re- 
trieval of boats q) to 27*. 
Services include gni, oU. foe 
and repairs. QUI to reserve, 
S dry slip today." 

"Wbere One QM Does it 
All" 

LYNNHAVEnUCy 

8T0BA(XMAi»iA 

21MN. Great NiAM. 

VbgWa Beach. ¥l.»451 

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Ibucan^ 
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whole ivorW, 
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Fropeaaconean 
BKfaes. But even incbea add 
iq>. Afewlveabeie. Afow 
kveattefe.Aiidwfaattko 
Peace Corpa wa do for yoiff 
i& ia moce tbtt we can ever 
tel yon. Oi Oel^aoe Corpa. 
And maybe jrau can h# fet 
the world bade toteOer, a 
piece itt a tine. Tbe Face 
Corpa ia sivc and vadL 
Caltol&ee: ~ 
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Arwouncing 
GREATnewplace 
toRAIS£CAN£ 

Lanomat^ 
Nothard 
toBEET. 

A growing coantry 
needs lott of growing 
things. 

^id t\a Soatk wts ■ 
perfect place to nis^ jest 
tboet saytkiag. 

Feediag Ac kaany 
inltisKial t^MMtlljbfc ., 
i^^.tteSoaAi^d 
make a acw sad strsg^iag 
coaaby grow itroag sad 
pronerovi. 

Today, America keeps 
gettiag snoager every day. 
Tkaaks to over 99i 
millioa Americans taking 
Slock ia tkeir cooatry by 
buying U.S. Savings 
Bonds. 

Tkeykaowthitss 
tkey'ie woiluag for tkeir 
fvtwe.tkeir Bmids are 
working htfd for 
Amehca's f vtuR, too. 

So, bay U.S. Savings 
Bonds tk^vgk yo«r 
PavR^ Savings Plan. 

Whctber yoa 'le raisiag 
vegetables or a family, 
tkey'ie s pest way to save, 

Svritw K Raimki nay •% 
inti'imt wlwo hM Ut nwlurity 
•a r, yiium 44Vi% ikp am yi-ar) . 
Inlpniit in mil Mbjiwl In alalf 
II hml inramr laini, and 
fiik-ral liM may tw iM-mtl 
until n* 



TOVOTA- 1977 OeHca lift 
back, less than 10,000 miles, 
air conditioned. Immaculate. 
482-2213 or 482-1771. 

426 



ISnPONTIAC, TRANS 
AM, Special edition, T-top, 
_all extraa. 7,000 mOes, 
pleaae call- 461-6104 



1973 PLYMOUTH SPORT 
SUBURBAN, 9 passanger 
station wagcn. V-8, auto- 
matk, A/C, P/S,P/B, No. 7 
inspectioa sticker, very 
dean, new front tires, 
77,000 miles, has had very 
good care. $1,230. 425-0278. 
^2 

myoTA oomiUA, i97i. 

rebuilt engfaie, #8 inspection 
sticker, excellent tires, 8 
trade tape idayer. gets ex- 
cellent gas miteage, $550, or 
best offer, OaU 486-3430. 
Nights: 4204425. 



1-1975 Su- 
anw, I«s8 



than 17.000 actiial miles, like 
new. AH FM. sun 
*oof. $2,850. 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 

' 419 

CAIMLLAC-Seville. 1977. 
5,000 miles, all options, 
guwanteed until August, 
$12,000 or best offer. 481- 
Z800. 
.426 



CAMAIH>.1973. 350 horse- 
power, p&Het steering/br- 
akes, foctory air, tuned ex- 
haust, bucket seats, tilt w- 
heel, consde shift, vinal top, 
$2,200. 481-5222 

426^ 




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rtjB EVERY 

*^"^^ DAY 

AND 
IN 

MANY 
WAYS 

CALL 486-3430 NOW 




T^ FAimiB D. FINNEY 

Evtt^ebatk Hmv may be 
bend every Satvr^y at I 
p.m. on WPCS 1400 AM 
(BaL For prayer moA Oirbt- 
tei coHUcb^ dial 623-»52. 

tf^ 

EmUMCB TKAVBL ■ 

Frqgnae tte to ^ba mad 
orgateations wbb a cbdoe 
of dwtbMtttons. CM C^b- 
ttaeatal TVavel Ltd. 

436 



CX)BVETrE-1975 T-top, 
automttk, power steering, 
ab cooditic^ng. power 
wfaMbiws. tih wheel, mag 
wheeb, »,000 miles, AM- 
FM. white. $6,695. 
420-5320. 

426 

CHEVROLET 1977 MWi 
TB CARLO, ftdly equ^d. 
warranty, $4595. Gm be 
seen at Avis, 3440 North 
KfiUtary Ughway, 853-4112. 
419 

aLpSMOHLE- 1973 

Luxury Sedan, My power, 
fol^ toaded, trailer Utdi, 
AM-FM-Stereo tq)e,ex- 
trtt, air abodes, excellent 
condition $2,000,467- 
6794. 

' 426 

1977 CUTLASS SUPREME 

lb% equipped, warranty. 
$4.^. Can be seen at 
Avis. 3440 North Kfiiitary 
Mghway. 853-4112. 

419 

HmMZDES BBNZ1933. 
220 Cbbridet'V". dusk; 
pre-war styling. A rare 
model, $8,000 firm. 481- 
46tt. 

412 

193i^OBO VAN, Mack. 
S.S. Mags. T.A. RMfiab. 
air oiBttianed, AiB power, 
hMders. sfck p^. sun 
rodf. kMded.caO 347-3497 or 
5«7-432l. 

419 

PLYMOUIVSTAIION 
WAGON, 1968, power 
everythfa«, good oaditioD, 
rua wen, dependaUe. 
QrMm Pull^SO or best 
offer, can after 5 PJ4. 
430-3243. 



7-TrMcks-T rdlers-Jeeps 

DATOUN pidt up truck, 
dean, 4 apMd, radio, hea- 
i0t, good paint, $1,691. 
401-6104. .*»2 

aiEV«XJ:T-197S-4 

wbeel drive, 10 indi all 
terratai tires with mags, set 
up for beadi, $4,300 firm. 
587-6124. 

n-Boatt. »forhte Snpplles 

DAILY IN* OUT SEJR- 
VICE. Quick safe faiundi and 
retrieval of boats up to 27'. 
Services taidude gas, cfl, ice 
and repairs. CaU to reserve, 
la dry slip today." "Where 
Om CUI Does It AU." Lynn- 
haven Dry Storage Marina. 
2150 North Great Neck Road 
Virgbiia Beadi. Va. 23451 
481-0700. 

S3 



JWNSON OUTBOtARDS- 

FuU selecticn cf 1978*^. in all 
horsepower ranges |^ a 
few leftover 1977*^. at big 
savings. Viking Kfarme is 
Virginia's largest Johnson 
outboard dealer. The reason 
is price, selection and ser- 
vice. See us before you buy 
or you may averpayl 1/2 
mile West trfthe Lynnhaven 
Inlet Bridge. Viking Marine, 
3762 Shore Drive, 464-6939 
or 464-3411. 

DORSET, 17 1/2 ft. cabk 
cruiser (sleeps 2) all fiber- 
gUss, 75 hsp. Jahnsan,trail- 
er, Ailly eqniped, many ex- 
tras, reasonably priced, 420- 
0465. 

53 

SAILBQAT -25 ft., 6 sails (2 
comptete sets), 6 hsp. John- 
son motor, tabernade mast, 
1 indi Mahogany hull, very 
good condition $4,200. 397- 
5367. 

53_ 

LAMADW RETRIE- 
VERS- AKC Registered, 6 
weeks old. Very healthy, 
weaned, black, $75 females, 
$100 males. Please call 427- 
6475. 

53 

BASS BOAT 7ff Ranger 
wiricdklve on trailer, "49^ 
200 r^. Merovy outboard- 
Mercury trolUng motor .Paid 
$8300. wiU sen $6.500. 499- 
8075. 

> 53 

SAILKIAT dub.day sail- 
ers/crubers. experienced or 
beginners, free sailing in- 
struction, nobotf payments, 
no boat maintenance, no in- 
surance, no slip fees, no 
trailer costs, etc., the only 
way to sail, for info, call 481- 
4224. 

33 

j(»NS(m outboaros - 

Full selection <rf 1978'i, 
in all horsepower ranges 
plus a few feftover 1977% 
at big savings. Viking 
Marine is >%giiiia% largest 
outboard (tealer. Tlw reason 
is in-ice, selection and se-' 
vice. See us before you 
buy or you may overpay! 
Vi mile West of Lynnhaven 
Inlet Bridge. Viking 
Marine, 3762 Shore Drive, 
464-6939 or 464-3411. 
419 

SAILBQAT- CLIPPER 

MK. 21*. fiberglass, motor, 
trailer, sleeps 4, head, ftilfy 
equipped, excelkm con- 
ditioii, ready to sail, bemg 
transferred $3,300. 
3884358. 

426 




I AftI LOOUMS for a 

iMwe worttv moBum to 

stee a 2 baboon, 2 bMb 

tow^one. Lflve^ «ea 

daM-«banb«. traaport- 

atka. 4«4a37. 

419 



UP, 
lUd, new in agine with 
ori]^?^00ades, short 
M, exoeU^ oondftkn, 
$^3. 3»-6107, 



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BOAT SUPS For Rant. 20" 
to 60*, yeariy, miy 4 alips 
avaOi^. Furi, bait, ice. 
Fiaherman'a Whvf Ma- 
rina. 428-2111. 
436 



7-T)m^»Triaan4a^a 



FIBEKILAl^ BOAT RE- 

PAIR-Bxperienoed and Ittve 
aU materlab neetfod to re- 
pair your boat. Free est- 
fanates. DeU>ie C^rdne, 425- 
6378.Qdl after 4:30. 
426 

BOAT SUPS - Leofths upt 

to 60 feet. Old Laf^ette^ 

Yadit dub. Evenings. Stt- 

nrdny. Sunder. 587-»72, . 

489-3833. 

4M 

MmSBIP- 23' Skxim sleeps . 
3, b^otfd, rmSo, 3 sidb,' 
eqidpped crtiae, 2 crirtu, ■ 
$11.»0. Di^: 393-23». 
N«tes: 4844181. 

SAILBGAT-1973 AFC Antt--' 
rfcam 16'. 1973 2 1/2 
Evinrndc, auxiliary out-" 
board, trailer, taib, boat 
gear, $19M. 481-38^. 

419 , 

jrai8EY.»ll., I9«,with 
4rta« bridge, engtae newly 
overhauled, new ttnfaii top 
and omvas, ikw Lee out- 
r^ert, CB., «fc|*h finder. 
extras. S^ indi^^. Ex- 
oeBeitt ma&km. $7,000. 
«fr«30. 

419 426 



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13-Help Wuted 



NEED Six Women ioteres- 
ted in earning SM to $100 
weekly. Part tine from your 
home. QUI 4204)977 for app- 
ointment. 

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EARN $5-$10per worUi« 
In your iparc Itanc and 
Ci4<9 it too. No delivering, 
no collecting, no risks. 
Rubbermaid Products, for 
more information call 
Mildred. 461-8132. 
419 



22-i>aK«-<l.i,«iid aiher Pm 

GERMAN SHEPAKD ■ 

Paps, AlCC registered, 
blatck and silver, $12S. 
Phone 387-3344. 

426 



LADIES,interesting, prdit- 
abie work Iwlping me in my 
cosmetic ft vitamin busin- 
es: , set your own hours, for 
appointment phone 420-3330 
53 

BE SUCXXSSFUL selling 
Tri-Chem liquid embroid- 
ery, no investment needed, 
ftiU or part-time. Or host 
Tri-Oiem home party ft 
receive beautifU gifts. 387- 
7979. 

33 



HOUSEWIVES use your 
free time for fiill or part 
time income. Good on>ort- 
unity in your own neighbor 
hood, 423-3834. 

^ 412 

AVWI - Be part of the 
Gamorous Fashion World. 
Avon can show you how 
to have your own beauty 
business. Sell fiunous cos- 
metics and fri^rances in 
your own territory. f^U 
481-3631, 426 



REPOrTER/PHOTO- 
GRAPHER Combination 
warned for expuiding semi- 
weekly. We need a guy or 
girl willing to learn news- 
paper work from the ground 
up in a small. Tidewater 
town. Excellent opportunity 
for a greenhorn who wants 
to break into the business 
and see his aocomphshments 
in print write: Reporter, 
Byerly PubUcations. P.O. 
BoK 497. Franklin, Va.23851 
419 



14-PaalliMM Waaled 

BABYSnriNG-Ivfy home 
Great Bridge area, all ages, 
lots of tove'rad attention. 
Qdl after 4:30 weekdays. 
347-7264. 

426 

HQIJSECLEANING, 
Ckwcfelaadt Oies^wake, 
and Portsmouth Areas. 
Honest. Reliable with 
references. Reasonable 
rates. Call after 3 P.M. 
399-2M1. 
412 

BABYSnriNG-My 
HOMIE, 2 years and up. , 
fenced yard, play room. 
References. Near Oreen ■ 
Run and Lynnhaven Park- 
way. 468-2643. ^^ 

BABYSrrnNG-BEACH 

AREA- my home, hot meals, 
need idaymate for my 2 year 
old. Loving care, reason^le 
prices. 428-6832. 
42 6 

BABYSITTING INDIAN 
RIVER AREA-in my lume. 
Experienced, want play- 
mates for my child, hot 
meals, i^yroom, days, 
nights, 343-4333. 
419 

tVrom KEMPSVILLE 

AREA-Your home or mine. 
Wyi tutor in reading 
disabilities, math and 
English. Grades 1-12. 
Certified teadier. 424^2471. 

426 

BABYSimNG-Plymoath 
Park, Lynnwood Shares, 
Pleasant Pu-k. surrounding 
areas. WiO give your child 
loving care in Christian 
home. Reasonable rates- 
343-3869. 

, 419 

l»-Lcert lilnwtton OiMCt 

njITtCwamiea. Cnrtified 
buncan leaehM-. Comfrirtc 
Um Duom iwodu^. 
GreMwara. rataig. uni- 
qua gtt^ Free b^^Mr'a 
Ha a a a a. 2218 IHAtwa Road, 
46S4M87. 

T.F. 

21-Privrte hwifcHan 

AOOOmAN LESSONS- 
CtarAlmd area. (^aUfied 
teadter now Meept^ stu- 
deitts. 484-7S79. 

33 

GOVBKT COOKING 
UBSOPtt in m kome, 
vwicd emtintui c^taie. 
Aid expitiMia to yaw 
eafUa§. lUwcMWe rttes. 
CUteUkrMiIoB340- 
6SiO. 

33 



23-Pcl Services 



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PUPPIES-Mother Cocker, 
father?. Beautiful 6 week old 
black females. Adorable and 
loving, to good homes only! 
S3.00. 41MaM after 3 p.m. 
33 



IRISH SETTER-iAix pup- 
pies, excelfent ftunily pets, 6 
weeks old, have shots, to 
good homes only. 340-33SS. 
33 



SAINT BERNARD PUPPY, 

female, 4 months dd with 
papers, sluxs, housebroken, 
very loviiig,great with child- 
ren, $200. 424-1337. 

33 



POMERANIAN • TOY 
PUPPIES- ARC Register- 
ed, male and female. 10 
weeks old, make good pets, 
please call 343-3731. 

■ 412 

AFCaiAN PUPPIES, ARC 

Registered, Champion 
stock, 7 weeks, silver/- 
cream and cream, $200. 
482-3233 or 388-8983. 

412 

BASENJI- male. 3 months 
dd, shots and wormed, 
ARC with papers. Cham- 
pion blood lines, $173, 
evenings 487-9062. 
419 

ENGLISH SETTER- mix, 
female, year dd, house- 
trained, all shots, (keat 
with kids, needs loving 
family and romping room, 
$10. 423-3698. 
419 

DOBERMAN PUPPIES- 

AKC Registered, black, 
rust. Damasyn, Warlock and 
Kay »U bloodline. 33 
chami^ons in 3 generations 
on dams side. 28 champions 
on sires side.421-3323. 

419 



PINTO - An»loosa. 13.4 
hamb, allifwts. good con- 
nrmation, gaud si»d pony, 
4 years oM, green broke, 
gentle bot headstrong', 
$223, 488-7290. 
_ 412 

mjNTER PONY-12.2 

hands, very gentle, good 
for beginner, excAent 
jumper. Blue ribbon win- 
ner, i^ice $730.good home, 
488-1202. 

426 



Zft-AlNf* ft <nMeciM»!« 

C»U«CIH» AlhHiUI^ ft 

SELLING PCXST. At Fox 
Hall. S<SS9 E. Waeem 
Anne Road. 20 pef«eAt off 
,..i«k this a<^rertfaMMBrat! 
853-9648. 



27-HaMxc liiM (kwds 



».WaBltd To Bay 

WE buy diamonds and any 
type (tf gold., 461 8^1 

Deakr. 

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2S-Ar<lcies far Srie 

REMINGnmilOO, 12 
gauge 28" modiflde rib, sdt 
case, excellent condition, 
$173, 422-1527 
42fi_ 

HAnaXXMUNGS: Youth- 
air, Sun-Ray, Hoods, Hair- 
tonics: Jeris, Sur-lay, Huk, 
Beau Kerman, Lucke Tiger, 
Correct-Way. Sur-Groom, 
Q.E.D.. Well-Oomb, Scot- 
eeoe Bwber Supply and 
Sharpening Service. 837- 
4433. 

33 

SPRING - SUMMER 
CLOniING.Men, wca»n - 
chikhen^. All sizes - good 
prices, filings Uidimited 
New and Used, 301 Virginia 
Beach Kvd.. 428-7841. 

33 : 

REFRIGERATOR -Whirl- 
pod- 1 year old, excellent 
condition, white, 17.1 cu. 
ft. $300. nease call 497- 

"^- -53 

SHIPMENT new brand 
name children's clothes 
greatly discounted! PoUy 
Flinder's, Ruth. Onderella. 
Just For Kids, Lomlon 
Bridge Shopping Center, 
486r4480. 

419 



EARLY AMERICAN 

back sofa and chair, 
maple coflee table and 2 end 
tabtes. Good condition, 
everything for $110. 482r 
2312 after 6 p.m. 

33 

FURNITURE, 1904 set 
encyclopedias. Admiral re- 
frigerator, dishes, pots-n* 
pans, small appliances, 
lamps, household items 
very reasonable prices, 
4fi<M)R7 419 

TELEVISHN^-Heathkit 23" 
cohv, touch tuning, just 
finished, excellent condition, 
ready for cabinet, $420, 
340-2347. 



REFRIGSRATOK - C£N- 
ERAL ELECnUC, 14 cu. 
ft.. White, excellent condi- 
tion, $123, 486-7988. 

412 



WELSH TERRIER, male, 
AKC registered with 
shots, good wfth ki 
want 'il&W"l8^ il 
evenings 487-9062. 
41S 

BASENJI-Female, one year 
dd, good with diihlren, 
AKC registered with 
pupcTs, $130., Qdl even- 
ings 487-9062. 
419 

POMERANIAN PUPPY- 

mak, 4 months dd. AKC 
registered with papers, 
miniature size, dark cream. 
to good heme only, bes t 
offer. 486-6389 

419 



VIRGINIA BEACH DOG 
TRAINING registration 
April 6.. aasses start 
April 13. Late registrittion 
accepted, call Terri Wdff 
486-4112 833-0087. 419 

STOMMEL'S K-9 CoU^e- 

Gnwqp or |»ivatc obedienee 

clanea, protective Gaining 

tot jaat home or boaiiieaa, 

■ervmg dioae who demand 

the beat. 688-8586. ,., 
426 

CUTN DIP Pet Salon, 
grooming, bathing, board- 
ing. Master Charge-Visa w- 
eteonw. littroductory otkt 
10« off first visit.481-1400 
between 9-3 weekdays. 
426 

JAYELS PRIVATE 
SCHOOL for Dap offers 
ivivate or small group 
lessons at your convenience. 
Bask obedknce ami show 
ring traiidng. 393-6326. 



CLIPPERS Muatache 
trimmer, goatee trimmer, 
abo horae and dog dip- 
pAra. Seoteee Barber Siq>- 
ply & Sharpening Service. 
eaU 867-4486 

. a_ 

RCA WHULPOMi-washer 

good condition, dryer works 
-needs timer. $3.00 eadi. 

■" tt.OO; ')(!&; '^eek/miisi go! 
34(M»W. ' 

53 

AMP TRAMPOLINE brand 
new. still in curtcnl Pro- 
fessional styk and sin. Cost 
$750 any reasonabfe olfer 
accepted. 428-1954. 

53 

AUTUMN HAZE MINK 

STOLE-perfect condition, 
$250 or best offer. 499- 
3027. 

419 

SEWING MACHINE PF 

>^F, German model, 1212, 
20 stiches, excelknt con- 
diUon, SSOO, Call 486<M68. 

419 . 

-He FIREWOOD KIN6-- 

all Otk, 3/4 ton trvA, 
qdit, atacked and de- 
ihrared - $40 and iq>. 1 - 867 
-6»M. 

412 




UVESTOCK 



24-Harses-€BMlt Ect. 

5 YEAR OLD WUSH 
P(Wy- Nice conformttks. 
good mover, pinto wkh good 
kMm Bwttigt. No vkes. 
NefMlveGaggiitt. Utanda. 
Wottkl DMte ^ct cUdreali 
pcBf. Ovrks 1 10 B». etttty . 
Show poteiMtal. $100, nego- 
tiaMe; movta^ must s^. 
dU 347^371, (^s. ask for 
Lym or ^1-3804 evetdngs 
and weekend^. 

531 

GOlATS- OiO after 6 p.m. 
CHEAP! 487.»64. 

412 

WOJf Aff AUJOSA ud 

I^AnbiM.2]Wtftdd. 

tadc tatteded. USO, 4»- 
2381. 

412 



SIMPUdTY-BROADl 

MOOR738. 8 horsepower, 
rkUng mower, 36 in. cot, A-1 
Shane $430. 420-2358. 

53 

CAMERA PETRI, FA-1, 
statter speed 1-lOOOsec, 55 
MM- F/1.7 fens, FP and X 
auto setting, S140. OdI 424- 
2739. 

S3 

ALL TYPES of new and 

used, restaurant and bar 
eqi#Bient. Hours 8:30- 5. 
tNxk Soaks, Inc., 1008 
Grants Street. 623-7073. 

426 

CRAFTSMAN BENCH 
GSiNDKI-l/4 lursepower, 
toand new condition, $50 or 
best offer.Qdl after 4 P.M. 
543-6607. 
4^ 

LAWN IMMFBR-Good coo- 
dhion, sttkfiMtion guaran- 
teed, $33. 853-9331. 

2I^AiMh|ws ft CntectlMes 

BOrS ANTKIUE8 • 1M4 

Lall^ Avenue. We tegr 
aid m/L Uaad and ai^iqiae 
fumttare. 8iS -Id orMT 
- 0nO Aof, DMder. 
_^ T.F. 

SQUARE OAR DINING 
TAUS wkh 3 targe kgs. 4 
cMed iett dadrs, com- 
picMdy refl^hed, exceUent 



3».TV 



3i-a<;w 



■NdHtaaiVo 



NORVIEW Rare Cdns - 
Norrdk"^ most compkte. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, Norfolk, 
853-8118. 

tf 

32-Je weky ft Watches 

QUALITY 3.20 carat sd- 
itaire diamond, appraised. 
$19,200, saaifice, $10,000; 3 
carat diamond cocktail ring. 
$1.300. 481-7933 
after 3 P.M. 411_ 

33.Geid Wngs to Eat 

PEANUTS4UW, sheUed or 
in shell 69 cents. All kinds 
luits. Fresher, cheaper 
gownet party nuts roasted 
to order. Gift mailing. Fmid 
raising. The Nut Market. 
261 1/2 Orariiy l^all, 625- 

5708 

53 



WE SERVICE m makes and 
models. We install residem- 
ial antenna's. We make day 
and evening calls . M/C AND 
BAC. American T.V. 420- 
6095. 53 



TIDEWATERS MOST POPULAR FEATURE 

FREE BEES 

U yae have d« ar cd «f a«|<Ui« ie« ; 



yeeradlaeer 



FREE 



togNeaway, 

ntEE. Yoe, that'a ri|M. we'fl ran 

Thk k a piAik aervke 



'! 



419 — 



SOFA- Contemporary style, 
green, black and white 
plaid. Good condition $83 
or best offer. Call 833- 
7718 after 3 p.m. 419 

HENKEL HARRIS Cherry 
drop-leaf dining room table; 
ikedkpoint sofa; 2 tapestry 
barrel chairs, exquisite fiu-n- 
iture- only serious inquiries. 
383-3932. 

53 

BEAUTIFUL KING SIZE 
WATER BED, padded 
frame, pedestal, and custom 
designed headboard, S 
months old, $600 new, set up 
induded $295. 399-2081. 

412 

CAPTAINS BEDKtwin 
bed), hand made of 
Phillipine Mahogany, 2 
large storage drawers, 
excellent condition, $75, 
345-3987. ^^6 

FRENCH PROVmOAL 
SOFA in Oeledon green 
damask, good condition$13S. 
855-3739 after 5 p.m. 

53 

COUCH and GHAR-Early 

American, .6 fbd sofit has 
a queen si» hide-a-way 
bed. matdittst'HSWlft^Hi*-'" 
cufcn febrfc, V.O.C, S295., 
428-7602. 419 

MAGNAVOX STERIO 

consde, $225; New Fridai- 
dare Dryer, $225; Wom- 
ea's English 10 speed, 
$110; Satin wedding gown, 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m. 

426 

TIDEWATER Sew Vac, 
2710 Virginia Beach Bouk- 
vard; 340 • 3481 or 6528 East 
Indian River Road, 420 - 

3803. Reconditioned 
vacumns $9.93 up. Kirby 
service. 

tf 



2»«Hn«c 



FLEA MAMOT-Plm Jun- 
ior M^ SdMSl. mm Smtth 
Lynnlwvai loai. Aprfl 13, 
lfr4(raiB kit fkftt 29. 
SpKM $5. fm^tknmOm - 
4864663 - IW »M, 

jn 

FLEA MAISBT nriA- 
VAjMamift Ilmiptan Ctai- 
iseum. May 6 and 7. Have 
your g«l|^ sde with us. 
Tlmisands attending. Booth 
rent^ 481-2100 . Mky 3 

FLEA MAKET Na 3, 

3313 South Kfilitary tfigh- 
way. (^n Friday, Satur- 
day, Siraday only 10-6. In- 
side stalb and tabfe set-ups 
for rent. 28 stalk to serve 
you. Free admksion. 487- 
9003. 

tf 

2e-WmUrri I « Wmy 

8B0TOUN8, met, and 
luatob, imivea, awords, 
bajr<»ets and aU tj^ea war 
aouvraira regardkaa ti 
conAtkn. CoOeetor will 
pay top $$$.497 -1888. 
419 

ll/2le21/2cnUcfoot 
Refrigerator for oolfege 
dorm. WD pay a hk priM. 
484-8950. 

«6 



ATWOOp SEAFOm, 1724 
Sandbridge Road, aoaker, 
spot, trout," and cbuns. 
Whoteside croakers. 426- 
7850. 

53 

FRESH SEAFO(N) Osught 
daily, Green"^ Seafood 
Market, Kte-ket of Virginia 
Beadi, 427-3574. Open 9-6 
daily. 
426 

OYStERS • Lynnhaven, 
ahudced uid unwashed. 
Oppoaite Kurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little Neek 
Rd.. Earl Smith. 340-6171. 
tf 

^•^^.. — — ^ „ 

IHD YOU KNOW Tide- 
waterli only authentic Mex- 
ican Restaurant is open for 
lunch 12:30 daily. El Som- 
brero Mexican Restaurant. 
3629 Shore Drive. tf 

COWS- GRAIN FED • for 

the freezer. .40 cents a 
pound! All our customers 
are satisfied. Will deliver to 
packing conq>any. 488-4244. 
tf 



$410. Oril Ml-1237. 419 

m rmxi msevili,^ 

POrpXY, 200 pkoes em 
kOB OoBectlMes, several 
(Msk o^taets. Oak Grove 
Fin Mvfcei, flOOric Qrowe 
Read. Ghe^M» W-lXd. 
4^ 



NAUTICAL ITEMS WANT 
ED> chronometers, biui- 
K^s, steertav wlmk, shqjs 
lights, divfaig hehoets, eng- 
ine order tckgriqA, other 
itens. I^hnt p^ paid. 
461-246 or ^0-2011. 

- m 

CASH ON THE SPOT 

for laed ftirniture and 

mpf^aott. Odl BAS. 

Fundture Otn^iBay. 623- 

3376. 

4 19 

cani«SN<s axiTHis 

1NW«I for re-sak, braiKl 
nunet. Jut For Kids, new 
and used infents through 
cUkkem Ajthi^. Lomke 
IM^e Shop^v Center, 

419 



AWN ft GARDEN 



^^ nr.ni. 



KKAI. KSTATK 



Yew FREE HIE ad wfl teaA Jwt tke^i^ pe^ whe wlB 

AainW* iiwetMit eke yen 



havela^vaa^jri ,-~ — .. ._■ 

aearimM^I>i>wy*****BBMBEadtedayl 





3S-i.awB and C;arden 

COW MANURE - SIO per 

pick-up hiad. WiU kad your 

truck. 421-9238. 

426 

ASPARAGUS,cabbage, 
brocoli plants; onion sets; 
red potatoes, bedding 
plants, garden seeds;lime, 
fertilizer, etc. Virgink 
Bead! Feed and Seed, 497- 

2151. 419^ 

COW MANURE-Inqvove 
your soil. 1/2 ton pkk- 
up truck kM^ $35, deli- 
vered to your garden nlot, 
623-9382 after 4 p.m. 419 

DEEP GARDEN TILLING - 

Tbit Gravely way. 421-9547. 

42$ 

ITS SPRING Planti^ 
Time! Ftte sxfk 48 pg. 
Planting Guile^ttakg in , 
cdor - offiered by >nrgink^ 
krgest growih of fruk 
trees, nut trees, berry 
idants, grape vmes, land- 
sc^w pknt materid. 
Waynesboro Nilrserks - 
WiVnesboro,Vkgfaiia 
22980 426 

VEGETABLE ft ADD- 
ING PLANTS- caUMge, 
tomato, cauliflower, 
strawberry pknts. ft pan- 
sies. Bob's Berrks Green- 
house, 1315 kempsvilfe 
Road, Chesi4>eake, Virgin- 
k, 347-3333. 

412 



44-Rcsarls-lfalcb 

VACATION IN THE 

MOUNTAINS: A ftm pkce 
for youngsters of any age. 
Pknty to do on Lake and 
300 acre WildUfe Manage- ' 
ment area. Fkhfaig, boat- 
ing, hiking, games, TV. 
Spacious living area, 3 
bedrooms, 2 baths, modern 
khchen. Perfect for large 
grou(». Deer Trade, c/o 
Dan Stickky, Jr., OO W 
Market St., Harrkonburg, 
VA, 22X01 
' 426 

^■■■■■^■■■■■HaHBHaaap 
47-HqiMei Ueftirefched 

/OUIOWHEAD • 3 bed- 
room, 2Vi baihtownhame, 
fiunily room, all apidian- 
ces, storage room, carpet- 
ing, excelknt condkkn, 
482-3198 or 427-6053. 

412 

S»-Wantcd to Rent 

BEAOI-RESORT AREA 

Room wUh kkdien |N-ive- 
leges or garage apartment. 
Reasonable for June and 
July for 2 respcmsible 
femak college Juniors wkh 
local references, 489-1888. 
419 

S8-Fer Sak Va. Beach 

KINGS GRANT. 2 story 4** 
bedroom, den wkh fireidaoe; 
many extras incfaiding krge 
deck and above ground pod. 
By owner. $70,000,340-2275. 
53 

CHESOPEIAN COLOm- 

rooms, waterfront randi, 
$104,500. No agents, 461- 
4753. 

33 

STRATFORD CHASE - 2 

atory brick colcmial, wood- 
ed kt, 4 bedrooma, 2 */» 
baths, plua romn over dou- 
ble garage, priced to gd 
Owner. 467-ir22. 

412 

CARRIAGE HnX - 

|n.SOU. S^ackNia raneh, 8 
Mfcraonw^'i l/» hatha, 
{unify rodn. eaipets, didi- 
waaher, fenced yard. 
Owner- Agent. 840 - 8882. 
• 412 



FREE proDVt pidt-iffi of 
appHaaeea, f^mRure, hwi- 
sewaraa. All donationi tax 
dadiMtaiia.Fcrtheh«iielH 
Va« Baaeh Frieada S«h«d. 
mB«B-7841. _ 

ntlVATE BRBEMUt win 

give free hone to wiM owk, 
hawks, or any birds not 
wasted by owner. Ako free 
care for iajured biros. State 
Pefmkf00064. 
Write Rkk at P.O. Boa 
I34tt, OwM^eake, Vkginta 
23323. 




Three benitifta kii« haired 
kittens out of excepitond 
mdher. Two fcnaks, one 
mUco, one wHk and white, 
unkiuefy marfced. One mak, 
htadi and white. All are 
htall^ and Utter boa traki- 
ed. Free to good homes only. 
ChU 347-^1 days, 421-3804 
evenings and weekends.Ask 

for Lynn. _ 

BB OUR FMEND- Ad0|» 
•ad give your kwc and home 
for our -atrimak. We need 
your help. Portsmauth Hu- 
mane Sockty. 397-6004. 

FREE KITTENS^ weeks 
dd. good pets, 49»4)9S3. 

FREXIIU Btadt. mak, 
Codcer SpankI, 7 years, 
femak dnchshimd, spayed, 
3 years. Bdh regktered. 
To good home 0^. 
7906 



FREE HOIUE MANURE 

for gardens, caU 421-2546. 



Free puppies - 9 weeks dd, 2 
maks, 1 femak. part cdlk, 
. put beagk. 482-1054 after 
6:00 pm. 



BLACXRAMUTtoagood 

home, includes cages, 
4994351 



FREE PUPPY, mak, 
bkdc. 547 - 4841. 



all 



! : 



CAT -longhaired, twtdae 
ahdl fonuJe, 1 year dd. 
485-1814 after 4 p.m. 

2 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS, 

10 weeks dd. ready for a 
new home. 421-2433. 



SAMOYED/Keeshound 
mixed piwkt, pereau 
reiktervd, t«o femaks 
464-3433 



VkfWa 
Seda^arlhe 



FRBBIBH 

MBBlly part miniature 
Dasdiund Pupi^i, to « good 
5474949. 



DOG - mak, part Lab and 
part beagk, 8 yoMrs old, 
raked with ddldren. Mov- 
ing and can't take pet. 
488-8022. ^_ 

PUPPIES- 1 mak and 7 
famaka, all different mix- 
ea. any edor, beauUftd 
maridnga, all are wormed 
and have had thek shota. 
546-7488. 



: ^1 



Si-For Sde Va. Beach 



FOR RECREATION, profit 
and exerdse grow your own 
produce and ei^ siqierior 
quaUty. Free coaqMst and 
water. Moore'k Rem a Gar- 
den. #7-5189. 
42S 

IMRTA-1. naefc. fertik top 
soiL Ako sand and fill. 
Pron^ service. Jack N. 
Powell, Inc. 855-7844 or 
853-7218. 

. t f 

rUPSML-Oadt. kMffly, 
fwUk. frcHn X-didrj fara. 
Ako fiU dirt and aaad. 
Landatapuig aaA grading. 

(MeiTsm*- 

426 



SANimaDGE4 bedroom, 
2 baths, all aniliances, on 
canal, walk to beadi, 2 
decks, by owner, must sell, 
$73,500. 426-7732. 

53 

CLD KINGS GRANT, flsh- 
mg and boatkg-yards away, 
tennk nearby. Redecorated 
4 bedroomt, 2 1/2 baths, 
eat-in kitchen, dkiing room, 
den/firepkoe,saMned par- 
ch, 2 1/2 garage, low Vepoo, 
60*^ negotiUe. 604 Ktaigs 
Grant Road. 464-1067. 

53 

KINGS GRANT- Lakefront, 
2 story Cokaial. 4 bedroom, 
2 1/2 baths, fiunify room, 
firefdaoe, centra! ak, many 
extras, 486-3339. 

FAUUIELD - 4'bedroam, 
qiproaddi^ perfectton in 
design, qmdky, and liva- 
bility. Eat-fat-UtdMB, 2Vi 
baths, femify room-fire- 
plaoel 2,300 square ktt. 
4244«0 

GREAT BBOMZ -New 

qiartineitts aocroas from 
<km Bridge Mgh Schod. 1 
and 2 bedrocou, Adiy car- 
peted, modem kkdwoHiO 
apNkncei, »05 to S240 - 
547-7161. 



36-Farm 



el 



Mnt>-'nLUNe - Any 

aectton, any Aiy Jd^ 85 ap. 
Free MtkuHifc M8-2675. 



TRACrOR40Bi I^Elffi- 

l(%sp., 42' oA, rdo tiOer 
attadmient uiteded, Ex- 
celknt condkien, new e^- 
ine. $1,100. CM 481-1842. 

419 



3 bed- 
room ranch. 2 fliB beth- 
roQBM, Iv^ roan, tbdng 
rooe^ den wkh IkeplMe. 
Mttty room, gsvi^, 2 
pttks on comer kt, dih- 
wmbm, gvbage dspoHd. 
m^. S3,500 and as.- 
I per oent VA. 



OwnN-«»4M26. 



Thaetara, 8. 



kiy and 



9*'¥m Kak Clicsapcakc 



LBVBLGREEN-41 

brick ranch, Family room/ 
flrciriaoe, kundry room, eat- 
in kkchen. formal dbikg 
room, great areal $35,900. 
No agents. 424-9241. 

53 

GREEN RUN-By owner. 3 
bedroom, 2 baths, dkh- 
washer, fireplace, storm 
whKk)ws,LOFT.three pat- 
ios, garage. attk.krge yard. 
486-7543 

412 



59-Fer Sak Oesapaaha 

PEMttMXE MEAjkuWS- 

Immacttlate 4 betfrooms, 
custom fireidace, oentrd 
ak, fomO^ room, carpetii« 



CaiEAT HODGB - 4 

bedroom on 1/2 acre, 30 
huge treat, sunken livtaig 
room, ^h carpets. 2 car 
plus garage, central ak, 
■vaikbk July, $57,500. 428- 
3784. 

S3 

GREAT BUDGB-Gape Cod. 

By owner. 2.8 fenced acres, 
4 bedrooms. 2 ftill baths, 
kitdwn, formal dtaik^ rooin, 
livkig rooin ft frmiily room, 
large 2 car attached gvage, 
waO-to-wall carpetfaig, can- 
trii ak. forced hd ^ ft oU 
heat, barn wkh water ami 
ekctrk. 3 italta, $64,900 
flrmi 347-2363. 

419 



S9-Kar Sak ClHrMapcakc 

GBORGETOWN PQOniRy 

owner. 3 year old bridt 
ranch. 4 bedroom. 2 1/2 
baths, den wkh firapbMC, 
country kitchen 2 1/2 car 
garage, drcular drive, wdl- 
to-wall carpets, appUuwei. 
424-1155. VAan»aked$5S, 
700. 404 Provitknce Road. 
53 



66-Usmpers 

«£-TRAVEL TRAILER, 
1970. self-contained, gu/ 
ekctrk refrigerator, 12 vdt 
pressiirked water system, 
hd water, toikt, new tkes. 
excelknt condkion, $1,600. 
4884692. 

tf 



iSfSil^SS^i! 



tf 



WESTOVn- 3 

1 Vi btthi rwdi, large ett-bi 
kitdien. On 2 acre corner 
Id; kw $30%, by owner 
543-5137. 4,9 

NOROOVA BSTAIW - 
Brkk raitth, 1 year dd, 3 
bedroom, 2M car gvagc. 
$8,500 and atsome, 430- 
5442, after 6 p.m. 5414405. 
412 

GpUBN MEADOfW PUlMT. 
ciutcm randi, 3 large, bad- 
rooms, 2 bMht, paa»lad 
oun-S '^^ 

ily room/ikeidace, girage, 
wooded oomer kt, i&,ex- . 
tras. 484-3566. 

S3 

2 YEAR NBW4 bedroom, 

1 Vi bath Cdoaiid ranch wkh 
attached garage on treed 
k]t,$35.500 VA i^iiwaked. 
543-6481. 

419 



^A ESTATU- 1 
\^ year dd, ttte ww, S 

edroom, all brick ranch. 
Foyer, den wkh flrepiaoe, 
eeural ak, heat pump. 2 
bttht. wan to waU carpet, 
patkv 14x27 fod garage. 
Large Id. Many extras. 
$56,000 by owner. 855-2041 
d^s, 547-7859 nights and 
weekends. 

419 



CBEAT BRIOGB - BaT- 
TUWOOD MEADOWS- 
N«w odmdal ranch wkh 
wmnuburgkidcSbed- 
dea wkh flreidace, 
■ada cabfaMts, room 
over garage, $34,900, 547- 
716l/4n-22ll. 

tf 

HOMESTEAD ACBBS • 

aew 3 bedroom, 2 btth Chpe 
Cod, large wooded kt $10, 
000 and anuBw 9 OA) oon- 
veatknal • ^tproataiMtehr 
SSMOO. No Bgeik8.42l-2390 
S3 



Open Road. Ford dbatU, km 
mlkage, miny condkion, 
(vked to seU. 484-8547. 

426 

SKAMPER- 1972 pop up, 
skepi 8, gai and ekdrk 
refrigerator, porta-pdti, 
has awdng, very good 
conditkn, $1500.467-6794. 
4M 

WINN1!:BA<X>-1975 D-21, 
skeps 8, bath wkh shower, 
air conditioned, wkh gen- 
erator, exceUent condkkn, 
$12,500, 499-2(00 or 85^ 
8242. 

tf 



71-Servkes Offered 

PARTY * Let 1>ixk" the 
Magidan entertak yours 
guests of children and/or 
aduks. Hrthday partks. 
diurdili. schools, and Oom- 
pany dinners, etc. dowaa 
avanaMa. 853-8852. 



AT YOUR SERVICE! 

To advMlM ta tlto tMOm, CAIL JOAN RUIH'486-3430. 



FOK RUN-5 beckoom, bride 
2 stanr^,3>«ar garage, ctd-de- 
sac, ¥A qvraked $63,000. 
mm^ extras. No agents 467- 
5753. 

S3 

THOMXHaGOOIMY 

ewaer-Qd-de^ac. HeavBy 
tre^L 3 bedroom \»kk 
ranch. Screen porch, krge 
dm wkh frepiaoe. MU- 
$70%,4644»6. 

426 



7|.Servkes OWsred 

■OOPimREPAlUEx- 

perhmeed - «9 typ*> "BaO 
joha.CaBBl1hterda3r.886 
-90S4er8B7-«n0dMp. 
T.F. 

nMUL. BOI»«flOLD 

REPAIRS, cH-pentry aiid 
trha work Mid 
FrM estkutes. 
Work guaranteed, call 
JtaniyDe9it«r4«-338l. 
Ml 



7I-S(rvkcs Offered 

PAINTINO^APEimG. 

adnor hone repaks, free 
ettioiatet, reasonable 
rttea. 4994607. 

412 



7|.S«rvkcs Offered 

FURMRUIE - REPAIR- 
ING ft BESTOBING. Let 
na reewMU t kn your an- 
tiqua, dBee, or hone fvra- 
kore. Piaaoa tod 
able. RaUaUe. Frae 



nouiBaDiMnrf*'- 

eaaa-'Adfa^dteMfi"* 



.436 



0417. BAC/MC aeeafted. 



4S 



Put year maeeded keiii 


tow«(kfariMiliitegfa«iB 


m$, GaB 48M4W far a 


loweoatdaarilMad. 



HOME IMPIOVE- 



UQIRIAllLiNe- track 

aM wiVH iBr ^ae, i^mi- 
Uia. extra koto avaMIe, 
ae Jab tea waB or torge. 
BiMaao. ,.t 

W. Fertndta dona la m^ 
home, nim Imt hfrihday 



1144 or 407 
TJP. 



48B-74I7. 



412. 



»7t. 



se- 



436 



KEIIffSVILLE46,300 mid 
ttaame. 3 be^oom 2 1/2 
bdhs, wtther, (kyer, &• 
poed, wIMrawit^ o¥^ 
preat%c »m. l^h pod 
prtvhN^s. 497-4M. 



a 
cwtea b^^taot MB fat 
yow koaw al a rMsoaaUe 
price by hB^ad ft HD. 
Brsplaw i^edaBiti Boeai- 

A.I h'liiii it I il a ■^' JMBii. a^ 
9Qt UWMmU m UIBUIte- 

RSferenoa8;4i2'36<. 

jtf 

PIANO DOCMB-Fdlre- 

Babk 
taif. 



ANIflB'B JANITORIAL 
SERVICES- with a wo- 
toadi. 



kM.ttflnt. 



3710 



ofl^ 

Qattnds.wel 
rdes. 
4tS-37«0/483- 

tf 



aoow mrm- ReB^e, 

hwri knm teadw wB 
heaae^ rcMrt hogM tUi 
tmmmet. WM ghw ksrkig 



m 



Wack 
410-^7. 



or aB 
tf 




ences 



i-'N^^MBIO 



LOUKV UPHQLSTRY 

servkg lidewtter far 25 : 
years. Ckiaton iqihakter- 
kg. 480-26n. 
412 

PLASTraUNG- Ltfgc and 
smaB ^bs, 30 years expar- 
knoe in Tkkwtter ^ea. 
Reasonabk rates. Free 
estimates. Bob Mustin, 
833-«9l9ar34(M669. 

412 

mat snvKE- LAND- 

SCAPINO-YARD hIAIN- 
TAIENCS, Ronord flf 
trees and stinqM, lot 
deamng, insured, free 
estkuttes, reuonaUe 
rttes, ^3-7216 aiqrtkae. 
, 412 

Mm* aii»Hns- Top 

price paid, towed frM, fast 
servke. 425-3807 

412 

eiparkawd pfaaa tmer 
tfflMririw doM taatag, re- 
pak^. rwondhfamng ofaB 
types of pianos 

Ptamo Servke. 42M124. 

42 



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8B VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, t97S 



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m-' 



Confmencement 
sp&aker at VWC 

announced 



The Rev. Dr. Martin E. Marty, selected in 1977 u one of 
the 10 most influential figures in the ^Id of reUgkn, win 
deliver the Virginia Wesleyan College commenoement 
address May 13 at the Hofheimer Library Plaza begimUng at 
11 a.in. in case of rain, commencement will be ||wld in the 
Van Cuniungham Oymnasitmi. 

In the balloting last year, he was described u a ptdiOc 
author and speaker, and the 'Vo. one idea broker (b 
religion) trying to midce sense of it all." Dr. Marty is a 
professor d the Hstory of Modery Christianity at the 
University of Chicago. 

The Lutheran diurchman is assodate editor at The 
Christian Century" and is listed in "Who^ Who in An^rica", 
•'Whol Who in the WorU." '^ho's Who International," 
IMi^ionary of International Biography", 'X^urrent Bio- 
graphy,'' "X^ontemporary Authors". "Directory of Scholars", 
etc. 

He received hii Ph.D. at Chicago in American Religious 
and Intellectual I&tory in 19S6 and now teaches there in the 
Divinity School and the History Department. 

He is the author of numerous books, the most recent of 
which are The Hinge of Revdution" (early 1977) and "A 
Nation of Behavers." He coedits Xhurdi Iflstory" and ediu 
the newsletter Xontext", while contributfaig to mi^or 
journals and encyclopedias. 

The past-president (rf the American Society of Church 
History (1971). and winner of the National Book Award for 
Righteous Empire in 1972, he hold nine honorary degrees 
(Litt. D.. LL.D., D.D., D. Hum., L.H.D.), and is a fellow of 
The American Academy of Arts and S^nces, The Society of 
American Ifistcrians. The Society for the Arts, ReUgion 
and Contemporary Culture and Hie Center for Poltey 
Studies. He is also an honorary member of the Guild for 
Religious Architecture and the Churdi Ardiitectural QiiUd 
of America. 

Dr. Marty serves on the Board atths Nittional Humanities 
Center, the Illinois Humanites Council, and MacNeal 
Memorial Hospital. He is a member of the Authors' Guild, 
The National Bode Qitics Grde, and various associations of 
historians. 




R9¥. Dr. Martin E Marty 



He was born February S, 1928, at West Point, Nelvaska, 
and in 19S2 married Elsa Schumacher. The Martyi are 
parents of five sonx, one of them a foster son. Ordataied to 
the Lutheran ministry in 19S2, he served in putoral 
vocations for eleven years before joiidng the UnivenHy of 
ducago fiiculty in 1963. 



Pawn broker ID defined Bright appointed 



ByLEECAHILL 

SUN Public Af&irs Writer 



Identification of persons pawning goods is more sharply 
defined under an ordinance approved Monday afternoon by 
Virginia Beach city council. 

The law which brings dty law in to line with state law 
requires that the chief of pdice shall spediy the nature of 
the person'^ description as well as the nature of identifying 
credentials of a person pawning or pledging goods. 



Beach feadera head 
VWC "Friends" program 

Ten Virginia Beach business and dvic leaders have been 
named to lead the Triends cS Virginia Wesleyan Ooikge" 
program in Virginia Beadi, according to a joint a nno u nc e- 
ment this week by Triends" General Qui r man Ben J. 
Willis and Virginia Beach Chairman Robert W. Berry, Jr. 

Serving as Virginia Beadh team cq>tains fior the aimual 
fimd raising {vogram are: J. Robert Addenbrook, presklent 
d Beadi Travel Service Inc.; Walter N. Guroil. assistant 
superintendent for instrudion, Virginia Beadi Qty Schoob; 
Jefiery A. Dorsey, assistant administrator, Virginia Beadi 
General Hospital; William S. Johnson, senior vice-president. 
First Ameriom Savings and Loan Assodation of Virgtaiia; 
Mrs. James G. Kellam; Oral Lambert, diredor of public 
works, Qty of Virginia Beach; C Everett hfiheer Jr., 
assistant secretary-treasurer. Life Federal Savings and 
Loan Association; H. Wayne Padne. distrid pint numager, 
Chesapeake & Potomac TelepiKne; and Daniel E. Spry, 
general manager, Sheraton-Beadi Inn. 

Funds received in the friends" [vogram go primarily for 
unrestrk:ted opertting siqq;wrt, library books, academic 
equipment and sdioiarsh^ M. ^ginia Wesleyan receives 
no dired state taAbnds for operating tvtppart. 

The goal in this year'k caiqMign, for the fiscal year ending 
Juite 30, is $160,000. Virgfaua Wesleyan'^ current operating 
budget b $2.7 billion. 

Virginia Wesleyan opened this a cad e mi c year with a total 
enroUment of 761-up 1S.8 percent over the fUl of 1976. 
About 60 percent of tte stu^nts come from the greater 
Hampton Roads area, induding 214 from Virginia Beadi. 



Scuba diving class set 

League re-elects president Scubadivbg is being oeeredat the Virginia Beadi YMCA 

located in the United Way Family Center next to Mt. 



Pinewood Gardens-Eurein Fwtk Civic League has 
re-eleded Owen Wood president. Jim Morrissey is vice 
president and Jonn Chebetar, recording secretary. 

A covered-dish dinner wiO be held akng with the 
imtallation ceremony at tte next oxeting wludi will be held 
Afnl 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the Lontkn ft'idge Fire Department 
meeting room. 



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Ctasses, wbidi indude lectures and pod and open vata 
iutructkn, will meet two nights a week for foor hours eaek 
night. First fhre^eek course begms ^il 23th with seraod 
course beginnii« May 30th. 

Regfatrttian for both sessions begins the week of Aj^ 
47th. Qdl tte T" at 499-2311 for ftirther information. 




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Project Management Board succeeding Gordon W. Turner 
who retired March 31. 

Virginia Beach dty council also reappointed Mrs. 
Catherine Nfiller and Herbert L. Smith III to the Ifistorical 
Review Board for another two year term. 



High school seniors come 

More than 150 high school seniors and many of their 
parents are going to get a first-hand look at coUege Ufe April 
IS when Virginia Wesleyan College hosts its anmial College 

This diy<4oDg program, to begin at 10 a.m., will include 
toitfs of the campus, informal discussion sessions wM 
current students. fiKulty members, alumni and aibninistnt* 
ion, entertainment and a conference bueball ganw featuikig 
the Blue Marlins and the St. Andrews Knights. Many ofthe 
visiting high school students will spend Saturday n^hiin 
Virginia Wesleyan'^ residence hidb as guests of reri^nt 
students. 

Spedal programs wiU be held during the day for partitts. 

For aditttional information or to register, contact Marvin 
Townsend at 461-3232. 



Learn to swim at the Y 

A learn to swfan campaign is underway at the Virginia 
Bea<A Family YMCA located in tte United Way Family 
Center near Mt. Trashmore. 

As the weather turns warmer and minds turn to thoughts 
ci swimming, boating, fishing And other water-related 
activities, tt is vitaQy important that everyoM be trained in 
the proper tedudques of swimming and personal safety. 

Emphasis is idaoed on effective stroke mechanics, 
personal safety skills (floating, idrownproofing", treading, 
boatfaig safety and basic lifesaving skills). 

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Loolchig at council 




Ervin back for citizen vote 



By Joan Coates 
SUN Editor 

Rdd Ervin is back in Virginia Beach politics to give 
John Q. Qtiun a voice in his city government. 

"That's why I'm getting bacic in there," Ervin said 
wiih a sli^ frown. "'There's no need to set baclc and 
complain. I've never been a spectator. 1 lilte to get on 
the field and participate... in sports and politics." 

The former Virdnia Beach vice-mayor is seeking an 
at-large seat in the May 2 councilmanic election. 

1 didn't come out of the Iwt election with feelings of 
bitterness," he saM of his unsuccessful bid against John 
Griffm for the Lynnhaven Borough seat in 1974. "But I 
put out of my mfaid the proroect of running again." 
I But as the deadline noured for flUng, people expressed 
loncem over the present dty council travel policy to 
Brvin and w^itmr enoouratement, he dedded to nm. 



i'm an Irritant I like open government 
They knew on the sticky Issues, I'd 
^e the side of the people." 

"I've always been interested in politics," the self 
emirioyed contracter and profesaonal engine«r said. 
"Once you get it in your blood and people give you 
«iough €ncouragenKnt...it stays in your blood." 
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Council hears case 



Blacks charge diecrimlnatlon 



ByLEECAHILL 
Public Affairs Writer 



Virginia Beach, the first class city, apparently has 
some of the same problems as any second, third or 
fourth class city. 

1%e lack of Iow-c«t rental housing and transportMion 
loom as two of the biggest problems for the city's poor. 
Because of these problems, City Council Monday 
afternoon was takai to task by a group of citizens, most 
of «^m are on welfare, who are being evicted from 
their apartmmts and can't find anotho' place to live. 

The units, Beach Towne Apartments, happen to be 
within walking distance of the city's $16 million Arts 
and Conferoice C^ter now under construction. 

The landlord claims that the evictions came about 
because the toiants were damaging the rM-opwty. The 
tenants say that the apartments were poorly maintained. 

On Feb. 1, John T. Brown and EUen K. Brown 
assum«l a 40-year lease on the property which Mrs. 
Brown had been managing for three years. On Ajwil 1 
tenants of 14 out of the 57 units on 20th Street received 
noti<%s to move out in 30 days. 

Mrs. Brown, who said that her life has been 
threatened twice since then and that sh^ had a pe«x 
bond placed on the relative of a tenant, sMd that six of 
the fwnilies will be relocated at Jamestown Apartments 
on Monroe ^reet off 17th Street, also owned by the 

AMther five of tiK 14 reftia to pay rent, Mrs. Brown 

said. 

AM Iwt three of the units at B«mA Towne are 
occupied by bl«ks, Jamestown is 100 percent black. 



Kacks ax4 whites are tmants in otlwr units ownoi by 
the Browns at Lefaure East, Leisureville and nine units 
<Mi Old Virginia Beach Road. 

Residoits of seven of the 14 units - six women and 23 
chiWren - have appealed to the NAACP for help in 
fimting them a place to live. 

Mrs. Brown said the sw families which will move to 
Jamestown were willing to cooperate and were the 
b«ter tenants among the 14. She said she would not 
recommend the seven families for iww roital units 
because of the poor way they took care of their 
apartments at Beach Towne. The Browns plan to 
ui%radealll4apartm«its. , 

Mrs. Beverly A. Woodhouse, financial secretary or 
the local NAACP chaptCT, told coundl th« attemativc 
housing does not exist for thew people. She said there 
are seven subsidized housing projects in the dty, but 
they require a minimum income whidi the seven 
families cannot meet. Of these seven, five have a waiting 
li^ of over a year, one has a 90-day waitnig list and 
another a 60Klay waiting list. 

Roits (or tiie two-bedroom units at BMwh Towne are, 
SISS a month. The i4»rtmenU are jdso aoxssible to 
public transportatkm. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. Standing explained that the 
dty owned no public bousing and that the Department 
of Housing and Urbw Develcnxnent no longer had a 
housu^ pto^am. All of the subsidized or low co« 
housii^ is own«i by jnivate individuals, he s^. 

City Mana^ Qtixgt L. Hanbury said that if the 
tenants mre diKriminated a^inst, the Social Services 
Departmoit wodd provi^ lepd represenution for 
them. He added that the dty has just hired a planner to 
go through ^ tugtt area - tow-income housina 
(CeottenadtopilttA-S) 



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"I don't want to spend the twqjayers' money any mor« 
than I want to spend my own," saj^ John Holland, 
Pungo Borough, candidate in Virginia Beach's May 2 
dty council election. 

If campaign spending is any Indication, then the 
retired boat captain is true to his word. So far he has 
spent only $50 on his campaign, with another $18 in 
additional expenses anticipated. 

"Instead of running a big campaign, I prefer just 
walking around to businesses and hom« and Ulking to 
people. I leave them one of my cards. I think that's a 
better way to get to know what people want," he said. 

Holland explained that he is using some campaign 
material left over from his 1972 city council campaign. 
He was one of 21 candidates running for two at large 
seats in that dection, placing halfway up the list after 
the voting results. He spent only $350 In that campaign. 

"The Holland name has been in Beach politics for 80 
yeara," he said. "My uncle B.P. Holland, was the 
town's first mayor back around 1890. Then my father 
was chief of police and fire in 1929. 

"In 1940, 1 was the electrical inspector for Virginia 
Beach and my brother, Milton, was the dty's chief fire 
inspector until r«»ntly." 

Holland said when he filed as a candidate for dty 
coundl he didn't know if Pungo Borough incumbent 
Floyd Waterfield would run for re-election or not, 
(CmUbumI to pag» A-8) 



Merrick sights tight budget 



ByJonnCMtes 
SUN Editor 

Don Merrick is talking money to the dtizens of 
Virginia Beach. And with his 40 years of ocperience in 
money maiagement, people are listening. 

•«If I could spend Mr. Fc«tt's millions," the retired 
Ford Motor Company manager said, "I can apply the 
same prindples to dty government." 

Merrick is seeking the Lynnhaven Borough seat m 
the May 2 Virpnia B«ich councilman election, 
<^>posing incumbant John Griffin. 



Remember 

to vote 

for 

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May 2 



Kn»t socks, pMty liest, bobby Midts... and wlwi's 
next? Tte SUN to^ a lo^ at a mw ra^ In fool wtu. 
l4i^ on piqUcs B-4 and B>S forilM MtfM Bfws. 



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Iifring has i^rang Mid camfvnh arc crvpitag. 
WIndsOT 'flakK PTA held Ihcfcn la.M itelvrday ariemooa. 
The pbolm of lh# fnrtivlt^ WM M^qe^ A-10 ai^ A- 
II. 

C hMrifIni Md trt94t&m are wi panwB t nA U-^, 




"I don't need 'olotM doom »mI 'rnmke 
fined rooms' to serve the i^ople of 
Virginia Beach." , 

"I majwed in accounting in «)ll^e, ami I've bMn 
dealing with nothing Init aaxmnting since," he pointed 

out. 

The main thrust of Moridt's earning has b^i his 
aim of bringing the co« of the dty's operating budget 
under control. 

"The dty has anncMUK^ thdr new Imdg^ for 1978- 
79 in the amourt of $153 miUion, a 16.9 per<»nt 

(CoBtiauad to pap A-V 




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o^tf jlliterviewing politicians is a pretty tricky 



irii^i^i4^3^l»4he ^ditor included, has engaged in an 
'^^l$4^^|n#«i(iv{all the city council candidates for 
tii^9|^-^i'^toid$^tNP> 'flection ifi Virginia Beach. We 
^.<^^^'5l'^f ^^^^'"S the citizens of Virginia Beach 
il^^f|ii^JprjKt^^ know the philosophies and 
ok^e^tsot^ variety of politicians. 

'(^•jBbuKa.-V^ Beach has a non-partisan 

efe|t^fl^."ti»t tjhey are still politicians. 

^ms r^or^, for one, has really begun tfi evaluate the 
pov^tflf tt« .y<)te...fUid while at it... the power of the 



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l^.iiiihdst every interview , save one or two, the 
caiM^in have utilized the journalistic escape trick, the 

itj^ilfl^ddf ihird for a reporter to forget what has been 
SsAlbff tlbe're^rd, and I for one never intend to. But what 
iihg is what unobtainable information can 



(^for^^sltot of the story . 

Itdtievf^ falls b^t wlietl someone tells you something, yet 
^m*\9Sl<f^ y<Hi to<)upte them and sometimes would deny 
evcKliairfaitsaid tl»e statement, you always wind up with a 
jtikiy. fdill. And one which usually would make quite a 
dj{Srt««tii«»4. 

r li^tt^^y^pmite leads are what we'ife looking for. 
:^;iQin^Jt)^ roj^rd comes in handy for the politicians as a 
tl^It^iC»soQi$(King on tjidr opposition. 

^^p^fjif corruption, misappropriations, mislaid 
pvicir^E^aM{»laiij'underhandedncss have come out in my 
eoqVs^i3ons recently. And targets of the conversation 
spf^ijiewitfir^ wty;.. few bared. 

Jt^S. In ^catibh in itself. The real campaign is off the 
rticordi^V:. 







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■ '^^f^goes Up: jEfie (^inmey do^n but won't go down 

'. : ;Vy!^li|ybi^ of wat^i^And df course April showers 

'^ aivl^}^ijtln|eto«; my umbrella. 

-^: . :|^^ th^ seem to disappear 

;<j|UI|ii^i^:f|p&]^3^ then mysteriously rtwppeai 

wj^pie4uit:is.iUai^? Emerson once wrote of the 

' itij^toii^'t.ltAc^ its history, strangers take them 

' i&^il^'k»vf been ia ^tbtsot for thousands of 
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Beware of the seasonal itinerant repairman 



Tht Chinem contructed umbrellas 3,000 years ago 
in^^iiinb^ja^ofied p^;wr. They w«e used to shield 
i||laM|^^$l(i^;ofr|}ydty. 

^."l^^pi^iitt jliirzv^&IM^ its OM sproul 
^^^li^'i^aum iaei it as a fashion accnsory. 
.' It.^^^yoda the early 1800s that En^ish travder 
idiiiitt^ii^ni^vinattd that umbrellaa not just be used 
forf^n, &M4ita> for lahi. 

iipmi^^iaveitbit idea, but men preferred to ^ wet 
rii#gr tfiu iQ^PNMr geminate. But the deiiymai did 
luHp^i^liai^ lli^ evetitually they were accepted by 



^^^Itteit (^lienslve umbrella ever made look 
*l^|iiA ffwae, silk caiwpy, diamond and 
tfliutiy«iicdeclnd wHh a tfKrasand pearb. 
ikail^ if ym'dUke one like tbat? 
YSa'^e i^Qgtd get aH wet. 



iiii^f re in Beach waters 
^^^iiied by councii 



With moDOtooous regularity each spring and summer, 
itinerant blacktoppcrs and roof repairmen victiniize hcnw- 
owners in tlw ^%ginta Bead area, lliey iko prey ion local 
businessmen, wurned James E. Bryan, executive director d 
the Tidewater Better Business Bnreao, Inc., sometimes 
erasing them to be tiived-off* for thousands of dollars. 

According to Better Busineu Bureau ffles from the last 50 
years, the itii^rams reappear like dockwork. In addition to 
home improvements, these intinerants may also claim they 
can do anything from refdating the smaBest item to 
repairing boilers, nuudiinery, ^ipUanoes, power and 
pneunntic tools, i»esses and anything else in a place of 
busircss, school or church. 

The repairmen who victinuze businessmen usually give a 
km estimate for the cost of their worli. wtth the finallrill 
sometiuMS double or trq)le the estinatte becnte '^xtra 
replating was necessary" or '^xtra time was required to 
comptete the job." BBB IIMs show that their work is found to 
be at best shoddy. 



Last year, one job for metal reidatfaig could have cost a 
local businessman several hundreds of doltars ofver the 
estimated cost, if he hadnt calted the BBB before paying. As 
reflected in our records from fHrevkius years, we mited that 
the exborlntant fhud |vice mas typical of other instances 
wtth ftinerams. If a busineisnum hidkatted he wooldnt pay 
tlMB faifltted price, the itineram left town. 

These hinerants operate under so many namM that it^ 
diflkult to warn residers of aiqr spedflc one. Past bureau 
records iiKUcate that a fitvoritc surname or company name is 
Whtte. In tiK past, htatfonal WSMH have been aware of a 
SoatdhAmerican dim with surnames of WiOuunson, OoUins, 
KeMe and Macnefl. 

These itinerant repairmen do not have established 
business addresses and they are oOL Hated in the telephone, 
directory. The WB urges busiMumen and consumers dike 
to ded with kiMwn firms of estal^hed reputation. Cdl the^ 
Bureau first for fi^ts at 627-S<^l. 




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Bdttart M Virgkiia Beadi waters win no tenger be 
pBtts/l^'^tanm «r th^ tas bott or vessel to desiipnted 
^ A . =.,^ ».. ^ jn^,^ nav^loBd dds, I^Mges or brkige 

id^ (^uacfl reeemfy ^^oved an 

Jm^-pmataa Wtamtid Ue$me of 

If M tke. boau. "ne srdmnce etoepU 

Mif»r Si iilaiMis or d»tmeau from 

ticsuicffahiorepedN five »ctiaas of bs ordtaiaace rehtting 
to bettti^becnue Aqt prawfted spi^ficspe^ ta^ aad 
(tetaa«M i(hMi c^BOt be prcGue^ detendned or meMured 

! ud Uud Ftoheries 
waMdHMt^ime mi,mmt $fifrwt ordtmmoes retoing to 

F WMi^s to the sttte listed only 



The Virgmia Obisian of Utter contrd has amiounced a 
gram totaling $13,307 wiU be received \iy the city of 
Virginia Beach. 

Virginia Beach will use its gram to estaUish a "^ilean 
community conudttee." This committee will survey, plan 
ami caduA a dty-wide program involving aO sectors of the 
community un&r the '*Clean Community Systems", • 
approKib to ttter contrd. 

The 'KXS' is tbe nation's only jnogram qqdyiog 
behmriord science to changing peopkl tttttudes towvd the 
hamSfaig of waste. The {vogram wm developed by Keeping 
America Benitifol, Inc., the nationd organization that has 



been promoting a deaner enviromumt since Hi foudfaig hi 
1^3. Currem^. over 100 cttles across the nation have 
hndeuKuted the tXS" approadi to Iftter oootroL Litter 
reduAions dup to 30%bave been measured hi caBummltiies 
certtfled less than a year. To date, $3(2,366 in dbisioD 
grams have been awarded to 80 kxa&in. An additiond 4i 
grut ^qdioakm for $168,^6 have been rmeived by the 
dividon The response to the gruats progron las been 
overwhelnung," says dbision oonmlsslaoar Robert W. 
Skxami. The aoeeptaiMe of this i^ipram Is proof that peo|^ 
we ooBcerMd about the Utlk prdilem and i»w, nure thui 
ever before, ttey an seeUng sotattons." 




Land value high near Racquet Club 




^^oved a jvovision 
speMwhcnjyproacU^ or 
iirtBkYXtitt a^Msvy to avoid 
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ByLEECAHILL 
Pd>&AflifrsWrfter 

The Virgida Beadi Racquet Qab te one of the areas 
biggest assets, arcnrding to Dr. Harvey H. ^ifiet. He tdd 
Vfa-gida BeaiA City Couttsi Monday dternoon t^ ivCperty 
in tiK area oi tne cmo m tne Ly^Aavea Iforo^ has 
appr^teed in vahie riaoe the di^ was first opea^ hi July 
of 1975 at a rawli teter rate th« ebewhere. 

He sad thM resldettid p^operty m (km^M Fv nu 
Seaion 3, bedni the Ok stadum, we seUng fo $70,000 a 
ka on the water irt tlO^IOOa lot off the mAet. 

1%'^hillet ud fanr Modttes are ^todig a residentid 
ievmapmem on 16,335 acres on most of whidi higlur 
deadty zonmg wu gramwl by com^ Monday. Oamdl also 
gr^ed a use pernut far 4.14 wQdnfaig acres for the 
ciMtnKSknof tei^ coMs, wUdi wffl cvem^ly add 16 
eovts to the Virginia Bnt^ Racquet CMt. The dd) now has 
16 outdoor courts and sh wtor cowts. 

Al Barco, Adnnn ef the QreM Hedt, AsMcattian, sdd 
the asjorirtion iBd net ^pese tiK p^te bm was 
cflMtf aed thai, the cM ^i^ ta^ mere '^acka^" for 



in&»r owts. Iliatis wImu I^. Sl^t saU that the <iab wu 
n ttset to tte whole area. He siM ttM peafit movfa^ bi 
from other areas join the chtb first a^ then look for a tome 
n^by. 

m^ftlf. and Awm S. iU«t, Wmiri'dr the pnii»ty 
petttkmed for (^M«es of zodiv on 16J33 acrM tooat^ 
north ud eatt of ThoraM BUbep Ude, north of the 
taMrsedioa dfThoBW Hsbop Lttt and North Qreat Nedc 



Tito petMptt to r^Be a 231 Kre pwod froii R-1 
teiidemid Mstrkt to 0-1 OOoe OMrict wm wMicfrawo. 
Coaxfl ^pro^ pdfttaas to raaone a 7.290 aere pvod 
IdnR-l Ketid^MIMst^ to R-2 RMitfeatld Olttrid and 
a 6M65 ms% i^od ftNom R-1 RMidemtal Glstrict tb R4 
JtaMentM INMi(«. 

Tte RnNfe dso ilM for the we penek wUch was 
if^oved. 

,IB addhioa to Dr. SMfltt, other devd^ers of the 
fn^Hly tfe conn c ^Mm lUbert R. OeMnM, Rfli«r 
BoM^r. Tteaa* Bttz lad Edward Mdt. OooMrel 
iftet^ i ed frwmneg the pKldooi wUch wwe i^or^ bf 
the otter tea met e rs of oon^ 




Shuttle may be the answer 

TowaCrien 

Parking at the Beach Is miserable. No area resident will 
attempt to utilize the dty beaches when they can't even get 
to the ocean. 

How about getting a parking area several miles from the 
Beach and running a shuttk bus to the ocean. 

In the long run, the bus would pay off by encouraging 
more ifildents and tourists to come to our dty bcachei. 

John Williams 
VIrgina Avenue 



Speed limits... and roads 

Town Crier: \ 

I recdved a ticket while driving on Potters Road 
recently. I was going 45 m.p^h. ... and the hidden dgn 
sdd35m.p.h. 

Even though the area is now zoned reddential, there is 
nothing there except empty fidds.and a few churches. Alid 
the dty is In the process of zoning the area commerdd.^1;^ 

If Virginia Beach cannot handle the ever growing dlty 
with adcqaatc roads, why should the dtizens be penalized 
for f diowing the standard state law» 

Rosa Large 
Great Neck Road 



Readers 



Ory to the SUN. We like to hear yoar gripes. From tke 
nS to the grocery store derk. From a parking Jam to ynr 
neighbor's howling dog. Or maybe the price of Virgfada 
Beach Hviag. Or Jnat Uvtag In Vlrgfada Beach 

UH an open farnm for what YOU always wanted to si^. 

Scad H to: ' 

The Town CHer 1 

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Hollaiid, who has ran charter boats out of Rwlee 
Inlet for the paM six of sevoi y^as, feds that incrctted 
^opoty tisessmoits are a big problem in Virginia 
peach. ^^ 

i "I sort of startelUie ball rolling on the reassessment 
|»ue," he s^d. 'H^ople are sayAg their a^essmmts 
^^'tfair. 

$ "Ilive qear Back Bay {uSef-die last assessment on my 
V3 acre Mt where I Uve inoeased $3,000. But I have a 
nei^bfH' whose 1<H is .42 of an acre and his asses«nait 
only went up SSOO. 

"In my estimaticm they are using the valiM of your 
dwelling to assess land value." 
, Holland exptained that numy lots in Uie area can't be 

' tised for building purpc^es. "If t^ huid won't perk 
they won't give you a septic tuik permit to build, it 
seems to me the buKl is decret^ng hi ^ue." 

;:' . The city's growth is among the otho' important bsues 

.facing Virginia Beach, Hdland feels. "Our current 
growth is far more donanding than our sun>lies can 

„ ,give," he said. 

"I don't want to see growth move into the farmlands 
^too much. Growth should slow down until we get 

"''resources to meet it. 

"As far as water, I think we shouldJceep BKk Bay as 
a possible source. Low water i»essure would be really 

'bad in case of a fire - we could lose a whole project." 

" • Holland is also conconed that if the city puriies 
development into Oceana too much the Navy wttl mo^ 
its base. "They'll move ri^t out to Florida," he said. 
"Hut would have a tremendous impaa on the Beach." 

Conunenting on other issues, Holbnd said he favors 
no strike collective bargaining for flremoi, policemen, 
., . and othor city employees. 



*/ don't want to soo growth moire 
Into the farmiuids too much," 



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"I think my person working should make U<t«ble 
wages. They shouldn't have to work a second job to 
make ends meet." 



'I was born In Virginia Beach and hava 
ll¥ad hara moat of my Ufa. I hava a lot 
ofooncarn toward what happanain 
thlaclty." ^^ 

Holland also favors pari-mutud betting for Vir^a 
Beach and abolishmoit of "blue laws," "as long as 
empli^ees wouldn't be unduly pressured to work on 
Sundays." 

"Waterfield was wishy-washy on whether or not he 
was ^>nig to run," he said. "I didn't want hun to run 
unopposed, so I didn't mess around and ended up bdng 
the second one to file." 

"Barbara H«iley was sort of the same way. Wtoi 
she decided to run, some people tried to make me quit 
so we wouldn't split the vote against the incumbent. 

"But I wouldn't back down," he continued. "I do 
my best. I'm 65 years old, retired, and don't have to 
work. I was bom in Virginia Beach and have lived there 
most of my Ufe. I have a lot of concern toward what 
happens hi this dty." 



(CootiouM from page A-l> 
communiti« for Community Development Funds are 
spent -* to identify housing needs. 

Although the dty has no housing authority, Hanbury 
said, the city works thrqulh the Virginia Housing 
Authority. As a result, the city has been granted HUD 
funds for rental units in six targets neighborhoods. 
^ Mrs. Woodhouse also complained that the city's 
I public transportation was inadequate. She said that 
although the Comprehensive Educational and Training 
Assistance jobs were [M'ovided for the poor, most of the 
jobs were in the civic center at Princess Anne 
Courthouse which is not served by public 
transportation. 

She said that if the people received no satisfaction 
from the dty, the famili^ would go to the highest 
court. , ■ 

Farm trailers approved 

ByLEECAHILL 
Public Affairs Writer 
Farmers who own 250 acres or more at one 
location will be permitted to locate trailers on 
' property as residences for fai'm employees under an 
ordinance approved by Virginia Beach city council 
Monday afternoon. 

Coundlman Floyd E. Warerfield Jr., said that the 
ordinance will permit farmers to provide better 
housing for farm employees, some of whom have 



Merrick 



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increase over last year's budget of $131 million. This is 

substantially over the cost of living increase estimated 

, at 6.8 percent . . . 10 percent over." 

''"' They publicize that thousands of people's tax bOls 
will be less due to the reduction of Uie rod estate tax 
rate. This is true for approximately 40 percent of the 
people . . . what about the other 60 percent? Their tax 
bills will be up, and some very substantially, in spite of 

;'Uie new tax rate." 

l"^^ He has proposed to draft a charter amendment which 
'will limit the authority of the dty council to a projed of 

..$10 million or less. Any projed exceeding $10 million 
would be brought before the voters, according to 
Merrick's plan. 
And Merrick questions why the budgd has increased 
t*^ 200 percent in the last eight years, although the 
population of the Beach has only iiiiihiam'0pmmi. 
"Frankly, I think it is Ume to stop playing politics 
with our budget. It's thne for us to 'bite the bulfet' and 
'" 9ut oitt wast^til and non-essential spen<Ung. It is time 
p reduce administrative costs in all areas," Merrick 
pid. 

* Endorsed by Meyera Obemdorf , Merrick also aims 
to unprove communication betwem tiie dty council 
^d the voters, so that "you know where the m<mey is 

! coming from and how it is bdng spent." 

[ "I don't need "closed doors" and 'smoke filled 

I rooms' to save the dty of Virghiia Beach," he 



emphasized. "I'm kind of an open person anyway. 



He intends to retam and strengthen the Freedom of 
Information Act, if eleded. 

"While'I have heard a number of complaints about 
this act, I do believe I can listen, discuss and reason in 
an (^)en forum and still reach the right decision." 

Merrick approaches the "touchy subjed of zoning" 
by pladng responsibility on those who vote. "Before a 
vote is tak«j," he proposed, "we should require the 
dty attorney's opbiion on every moning case to see 
trhut legal jvecedent would be estabished if approved." ' 

"The courts can only point our errors made by the 
coundl in law and inrtfdice. The courts cannot rezone." 

But above all, Merrick feels that Oceana and its "$60 
million payroll" should be proteded. 



"I'll do everything I can to {M-oted it," he said. 

The grandfather cd tii^Umtadt ht» Um^A in 
Virginia Be«;h since 1960. 

"I live here by choice," he pointed out with a smile. 
"I've lived an over the United States and I want to live 
hi a pkioe wha« there is a change of season. I built a 
house here and nude my mind up I would retire here." 

Now Merrick hopes to devote full time to the Beach 
by "putting our finances into shape." 

"With a dty budgd of $1 million plus ... we need 
somd)ody witii the business exp^mce I've had to 
midce sure the money's being spent correctly and 
effidaitiy,"hesaid. 

"How many peo{rie on council can undo-stand it?" 



Ervin 



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According to Ervin, "growth is still the central issue. > 
It effects so many thing s we do...m ivovidiim essentia^' 
services, in finances, it affects the budget and boiufing. 

"Growth affects the quality of life." 
[ He rontoids the emotional is»ie of the campaign i| 
tiw lack of confidence and leadership in the jpnaeat dty 

'* council. 

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• "That in itself is not what stirs diem (the people) up, 
Vd it sinuds to tiiem Uutt tiiere are mon essmtial i^ws. 

"Moat poQfie fed iiolated and removed from 
;iuv8ra9«Mit. On the local levd dicy want to get doie. 
;: Thtst is a frustration experioioed when they rach rncii 
^cou^. nicy figure tlwy omt icadi die Prerident or 
'tl^ senMOT, but at teaM d^ can get to their 
! councilman." 

I Brvin fe^ diat this "unrei p cMi ri v en ess'* aii the 
*pnseat dXjf ooimdl has "become mon of an iarae fai 
•i^iibiia Bendi dian in dtt past." He sees ni^t medii^ 

• or town coandknrpe meetinp for Virginia Beadi at a 

• poi^ tokitkn to letting people more involved and 

\ &SB%ievei£"em-inaeMing proUemVf Ugli 
I vam and failiirtioo linirid be adtfaened widiNfiioil 
iiiitaririty",atefinhelikettoiiae. ^,. 

I "I bweve die ai»wer...is an end to non-caaenttel 
I spending and a redaction in that burgeoning 

f boremeiMy m are eetttag tai CfyJWJLo^ «" 
! mnst be fuppleaiented widi a broad tadustflil t«se and 

: we unit preaove ineome pro<todaf facOtict moh as 

•NASOoeain^*'hesald. 

• HepoiotitotiurfetoivdiastheArttaBdCcmmaice 

• Center, pnicndy Older constriKtiott. as n example of 

« unneoewByeacpaidiMKs. 
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i "We are layii^ dw grouikl fw a tax reidion te 
?VlMiiriaBeadi,"beirtd. ^ ■ ^ ^ 

' 'Tve never seen a budgd widKmt ftt on it The 
I e»ei«Waervfcet..Jefia&tawtlMmft«." ^ 
J Tenntag die propoaed dty bii^ for ir7|.^"a 
^v daadc example of artfid deontioo*' and a "SaataCtaw 
i budget", Brvfai eatti for a ihc percent eut acro» the 
I boMdwididiepoiiMeexceptecrf^iGhodi. 



bidividHal cttkt of Hampton Roads can work together 
and itlD "retain didr separate identities poUtkalfy and 
gcfHPiqriiically, yet operate untter a limited system of 



"Wa ara laying tha ground for a tax 
rattalllon In Virginia Baach" 

regional government, dispensing purely regional 
icrvioei. C^ntmetion of a regional water system is a 
lodcalpiiGctoitart." 

Poiatfng to tehn Orifflii's aiea of "blackmail" to a 
leoaet Norfolk propoaal of hmd-walcr trade. Brvin 
oootandi die problem could be aetded "wfchout 
dircata." 

After the Cwps of En^neors comvkiU timt water 
study in Juhr, he fedi die tecfaiOcal people, die dty 
matwim of the dtks ami a ^;NresdiMive of dty 
coimra ocmid dt down in an "atiiKwidme more 
o6iMli^ve to anqNmnte" ai^ cmiw im;> wttfa a ^uti(m 
for tte net mtar proUem. 

Bitt wfan^ Juid May 2 Is iHiat's m Ervin's miiul 
n ow. H e doen't plan to let what happened hi 1974, 

^^^bbBtad me widi die media. Kb blankd 
BKwto^ oampatai aoctnqdi^ed the tme thing he 
ttffwwBiisiMBiiff iflmnflc^ttlwii 

"And 1 kad offcaded the molded Interests fai dw dty 
•ad I oltoded dwjMlMcal intereits hi the ctt3P. It was 
dw fbit tfana dw KeBim and Edieridge foroes joined 



«Ta tB krtaBt, I ttke open g ov e mm ea t . I^ey do 
diiBp Mtad lioied doors. They knew on die stteky 

iseies,rd take die side of die people." 
He lecs a move afoot in diis cainpaign to ptt tofedier 

^imeo ppo d^ fofcei. 

"TbefaiaMAiM have a tld[d, Ute four tdibem vad 
Mk loOBdw. She's been taktag potshots tt me and 
trjiiat to make me read to her er^am« «Wdi I have 
aot doae." Betty Romuhis ta also seekhig an at4arge 



S "A«f^rinBead^ib«^»«BiBVi^di|hw^ 
I our c^. to b^ OB t fwwtatoi of ^ SatolW 
I doimwiidtreBdiliiswi««*i<»ortoortae«M|eM. 
% bitat as to die tax rate levib td odier Vbgl^ ehiea. 
I TUi to a dme for prudent miiiagaini iil trf om tax 
I aBoia^ not a thae to spead k Ma ttere to ao 



^laiwiim la dih d»> ttwqaaiy of Ml%f. And 



« Admdv**RfloBatoaandalld»tit4 , , 

« tedm^ a wMa ^ton," Ervin feds wA &te 



ttarM 

■Mli^biiavittto»tBdkliii^*'tt«ll|oaw^ 
iMi Pa IN^ iMe. They wpa*t carve up our cky tod 



James M. Bailey, president of the local chapter of 
NAACP, said that he was concerned about the welfare 
of "all the praple, the housing for the aged, housing for 
the needy." 

He said the city needed more industry to provide jobs 
and more training programs. 

"Some of the housing these people live in is not fit for 
animals," he said. 

Mrs. Woodhouse said later that the "general 
conception is that there are no poor people living in 
Virginia Beach. Everybody has a place on the beach 
where they can get a suntani Virginia Beach does not 
advertise its poor." She said that by bringing the 
housing needs of Beach Towne people to the surface, 
the city may do something about them. 



lived in substandard frame dwellings. 

Coundlwoman Meyera Oberndorf then asked, 
"TTiese peojde have had no protection?" 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland replied that the city 
has a minimum housing code. 

Mrs. Helen W. Lomax said that the ordinance was 
discriminatory to people who farm large tracts of 
land which they lease and farmers who owned the 
acreages but not in one location. 




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CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL 

Lynnhavan Borough 

OtifCriVIS lO 0ff HiACHlD IN MY FIRST 
TiRM IM OfPICi 

1>F>9hl To Rtfoin And Str«nath«n Tfi* FrMdom Of Information Act. 

2-ProtKt Tht Ocoona Air Som And Hi $40,000,000.00 Annual Payroll. 

)• latum To "Oeod Zoning ProcticM." Th« Authority And Rttponiibllity Por 
Zoning HmH WM) Tha City Council Not Tha Courti. 

4- Limit Tho Authority Of City Council To Spending No Mort Than 
$10,000,000.00 On Any ProJKt. Roquir* All Projocti Ovar $10,000,000.00 
To la Approvad ly A Votar llafarandum. 

S« improva Tha Communication! Batwaan Tha City Council And Tha Votari 
So That Yov Know WHfRE Tha Monay li Coming From And HOW It li 
lobigSponl. 

VOTE MAY 2 



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f NDs^meiwr oiNWAAn. 

I WIU NOT HASSOCIArSO 

wirNAncKir. 

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with So* Orain ft Pcwut Body 
L . 1Q64 ai«Trol«t 0-60 Truck with 

I - X966 O.H.O. 4000 Truck with 16' Grain 
I - l49'S!8!S J^USok With 15' Open Top 
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Trailere - Half with Snail Air 
Duct Hoppera ft Half with Large 
Air Duct Hoppera 
1-8 Large Hole Ple«uB 20 HP. 

DrySg Motor ft Pan for Peanuta 

1-6 liall Hole Long 10 HP. Drying 

Motor ft Ito for Peanuta or 

Grain 
2 - 1963 0.Ma0. 5500 V-6 Road 

Tractora (for Parte) ^. ^ . 
X - 1964 International DOO 405 Road 

Tractor (Por Parte) ^ , ^ , 
2 - 18« Diaaeter 3,500 Buahel Grain 

or Peanut Drying ft 8tora«e Bina 

with 2 - 7i HP. 3 Phaee Dryera 
X - 65» Grain or Peanut Bleirator, 

12" Ottpa ft Loadout Pipe 
X - D69TJ Caterpillar Bulldoaer with 

Hydraulic Angle Puah Blade 

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tha 09, Bake a hnade and leave far Ftorlte or i<»ne 
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SALE AtrrHORIZED BY: 

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Some walked. Some ranv-Some rode bikes, some 

hopped and someakippjsd. ^ -«nn ««rti™«int. 

But when it was aU over, ovtt 5.000 ^irticipants 
finished the eighArannual March of Dimes Walk-a-thon 
held at Virginia Beach Sunday. 

According to Dr. Jay Tischler. chairman of the walk 
and a Beach podiastrist, 9,000 people registered for the 
event and well over 5,000 were expected to fimsh, which 
would result in about $200,000 in pledges. 

"My feeUng is it's the single best utilization of a teen- 
agers energy. They can raise a lot more this way than by 
standing on a comer with a can," he said. 

The walkers started out at 12th Street and walked to 
45th Street, where they checked in. Then they were on to 
Fort Story and back to 12th Street. ■ , ^ . _^ , 

After checking back in (at the walk headquarters) 
after the 12-mile event, they received a hamburgCT from 
Hardees, all the ice cream from Mr. Frostee and 7-Up 
they could consume, and a free concert by Salt and 

^ffer the walkers collect and send in their pledges, 
they will be eligible for a drawing for a television and 
bike in about three weeks. *«, „k«wh. 

But Sunday most were just out walking for chan^ 
and having a good time. The sun was shimng ^though 
there was a cool wind blowing, but the March of Dto« 
and their score of volunteers were putting their best foot 
forward for "their" charity. 



More than 5,000 walkers completed the 12 mile walk for 
the March of Dimes. 



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WItli ahocs off ... and feet hartliig . . . Callle Smith of 
Bcnicc Place, lathy Thompson of South Plan TraU, 
Dawn Thompson of Sonth Plaza Trail, Randy Smith of 
Bcnkc Place, and Jack Thompioa of South Plan Trail . 
. . flntahed with a totid of about 35 vonsora. 



Dr. ivf Tbchkr, a Beach podfaitrist, acted as chairman of 
the ^th aannal March of Dines Walk-a-thon at 
Vbilnia Beach Sunday. 



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Jean Richardson and Marirnn Traynor help to process the 
multitude of walkers. 



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Let JordoB, of Bayridc volunteered his ttanc to gNc out 
free 7-Up to the thirsty walkers. 




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Steve Memolo stamps walkers at 45th Street. 




Bohhy BcU aad Boy O'DcMal c^}oy thdr Hapdce 
hamlNuiar w^ ttcy received ater crai^cttm tfw wiA. 




Toagaca were HcUag fast to help vwMh the ddnty 
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A diaansioa abont love provides conk aioaMBti bttweea 
Jeff Carroll, u Bibi, Md Mac McManni, as Granilpcre, in 
the Little Theatre ci Vtrglnia Beachl prodtictlca of The 
Happy Time," iicing performed April 7 throogh April 22. 




Tom SIngco, safety director of tlic Tmveleni Protective 
Assbciation of America, Post B, hokb a safety diitms 
flag which the organization is currently selling. 



Travelers Protection Assoc 
sells motorists assistance 

The Travelers Protective Association of America, Post 
B, is selling protection to highway motorists in distress. 

Bright yellow safety distress flags are being sold by the 
national non-profit association, whose goal is to promote 
child safety. The flags sell for SI each and may be 
obtained by writing to P.O. Box 7007, Norfolk, 23509. 

According to Tom Singco, safety director of the local 
chapter, money from the flags will go to buy safety vests 
for »:hool crossing guards . 



Kicto karate off^ed at Beach YMCA 



"A" Kklo IcarMe it being 
offered by tlM Virginia 
Beai^ Family YMCA located 
in the United Way Fuiiiy 
Center near Mt. Trashmore. 

Thh MW "Y" program is a 
%(A form" Icarate utilizing 
Iwic tewl, foot $M judo 
te^miiKt, u weffl as, 
enh^Kit^ leif-dit^ttM and 
^jrtM fitness. A fourth 
deg fM Mack belt iottriKtor 
^ worked with over 500 
yo^sters in Ave years of 



teaching in ^ginia Beach. 
Q>en to boys and girls 
ages 7-16. Registration be- 
gim the week at April 17th 



with classes beglnaing the 
week (rf April J^th. Qdl the 
«Y"at499-2311 to tether 
inforouttion. 



"Anything Goes' at PA 

T^ Priiffiest Ani» I^h Sctod Thespians wiU (vesenf the 
Cok fatet mwiad "Anythn^^oet" April 21 a^ ^ at t 
p.m. and AprU 30 at 2 p.m. in tte autftorium. 

Tickets are S2 in advuee uri $2.50 at the door. Qroap 
rttet are avaikbk. 



ByJc^nCoates 
SUN&iitor 

What a family! 

Uncle Louis drinks wine firom a water cooler. 

Uncle Desmonde has a, collection of garters to 
compete with his collection of ladies. 

Jacques is a crazy musician with a Scotch 
Presbyterian wife. 

Orandpore is getting on In the years, yet continues 
chasing the town's widow. 

And BiU is picking up tips from all four on 
manhood, and all it enc(Mi9asses...in between stealing 
ladks nightgowns. 

The warm a^^d Toama^_ world of the French 
Canadian Bonnard family of Ottawa in the early 192d's 
is delightfully explored by the Virginia Beach Little 
Theatre's current production of ' 'The Happy Time." 
Jacques Bonnard and his wife are in the midst of d^Uing 
with the maturity of thdr son, Bibi. But Maman is 
worried that the Bonnard men are setting the wrong 
example for highly imprti^nable offspring. 

Orai^po-e allows BiU to eat chocolates before dinner 
while telling him "to be a man.. .is the awakming of a 
natural appetite. It is a matter of the gknds." 

Orandpere has nothing wrong with his gluids as he 
shuffles off to the local widow with a basket of wine and 
fruit in which to seduce h^. Played by Mae McManus, 
Orandpere comes hot^ the next day... crafting, 
tiptoeing up the stairs. 

And Uncle Desmonde is no better. He gives Bibi 
magazines of conidderable color shares successful 
technique pinning medals in the right places, and 
displays the art of "in^Ugent conversation." 

Although Uncle Louis lives next door, he realy 
doesn't. His wife, Felice, has kicked him out until he 
stops drinking "zee wine.". 

"He lives in terror of the bite of a butterfly," Felice 
says of her spouse. But Lsniis retailiates. "A man in my 
condition c(Hild die from the bite of a butterfly." 

Felice flutters home, without Louis, to periodically 
return to the scene of Uie continuing quarrel. 

And Bibi takes h all in as he alters the threshold of 
wearing long pants. When the new maid comes to stay 
with the Bonnar<tep she takes him to a Rudolph 
Valentino movie and holds hands with hhn. He flgures 
idle looks so good fai her clothes, she must look pretty 
good without them. He steals her nightgowns in hopes 
of catching her on her way back from the bathroom. 
Somehow, it all badtflres. 

It's all light and It^ all tongue-in-cheek. The Little 
Theatre does an exce^ent job of keeping it so. 

The characterisation is strong and the acting 
IpnMaiidiat. JUm Fell .as Dannonde ia ad a ihiwiaand ^ 
thoroughly charming, even for a traveling wine 
salesmui. 

Steve Malik as Uncle Louis is nervous and on 
edge... and keeps the barbs coming. The scene between 
Louis and Itfs potential smi-in-law, Alfred, is a show 
stoppor. Grasping at his daughters "Last chance.. .you 
mean, her Only chance". Louis manages to accidently 
get Ali^ drunk and smack in the middle of an 
argument about if the grandchildren will go to the 
university. 

In tbi end, after Alfred is found in the bushes, the 
two dedde th^ the sons will go to the university and the 
daughters will go to work. The acting is, perhansp, 
some of the best in Uw show. 

But its all good. 

From Sally, the American girl next door, played by 
Mariamie Hahn, who comes over to borrow everything 
in sight in order to catch a glimpse of Bibi: to Bibi, 
played by Jeff CarroL, with his total innocence with 
girls and gUmds; to Mingonette, the maid (played by 
Susie Hanson) who falls for Uncle Desmonde and wins 
his heart with her "Oh, it's bea-u-ti-ful" and her 
swinging waOc. 

Bverything about the Little Theatre's production is 
good. It's well paced,has excellent comic timing and a 
stcny that anyone having gone through adolescence can 
identic with. 

The Bonnard family is one ««*d all like to come home 
to. 



Students reptment Beach 




The American Industrial 
Arts Stttdem Assodation 
Natkiud Conference was 
hekl rcMOtiy in Atlanta, Oa. 

Daring this conferenM, 
tte Industrial Arts Stuctent 
Oubs (AIASA) became ftilly 
iiKorportted. Vtrgloia was 
unong tte 17 states across 
the union to receive 
duuteri at the conference. 

Virgfaua Beadi Schools 
were rff^esented at the 
ctmHttnct by delegates 
from Plaa Junior High 
Ss^Btd and Indepemknce 
Jindor Hgh Schod. Murk 
Fields, John Devenny, Lin- 
wood Sjiencer, and Lof Sen- 
ter wore tte (tetegates re- 
preieating Independence 
Junior. Ttey were teeata- 
piidM ^ tbek AIASA Oub 
Advtter, Sid Ra<kr. 

^ivites at the 
conference iiKduded busin- 
ess les^taM, leadership 
worlshep, election ai 

nattoi^ liters, edw^onal 
tours, slittAcIng tonri, md 
sodia Mtivlttet. 
Plans are being nu^ for 



partkaiMting by the Indep- 
^ideooe Jr. AIASA club at 
the Virginia Beach 
Industrial Arts Spring Fest- 
ival May 4,5, aiMi 6 at 
MaUvdce Mall and the Vir- 
gfaikiJbdttstrial Arts SiH'ing 
Festival K&y 19 ud 20 at 
S^imfield NUI in Fairfax, 
Va. 



Harsh words are exchanged by sdMoi principle Frye, played 
by iaa CkiodwiB, and Pape Booaard, played by Ken Fraser, 
bi the little Theatre of Virginia Bcadi prodnction, The 
Happy Time." 



Photos by Rod Mann 




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A singing guitarist a taste above the rest 



There must be 3,000 singing-guitarists in this ountry that 
I can do without... prd)ably 100 in Tidewater. In fiurt, one of 
the reasons for the birth of this column was to let people 
know there tat still some places to hear something besides 
guitar. But there are exceptions to everything. 

David Callahan is a distinct exception. 

I heard David at the Pine Tree Inn, wbidi is under new 
ownership, and can seat more than 2S0 people in its three 
dining rooms. The Inn is now open seven days a week, 
including luncheon daily except Saturdays. Cofonial diarm 
oozes from the Jefferscm Room, which has two fireplaces. 
David was soft-pedaling it, catering to the diners with an 
FM radio style. 

Without the aid of the usual electronic-rhythnuier he 
projects considerable rhythm with his guitar. He breaks up 
his vocals with forays cm the iiarp" (harmonica). 

Callahan's ace, though, is his voice.. ..smoky, whispered... 
the Und you could listen to all night. He frequently sings 
wordless syllables to smart effect, malnty on his endings. 
His equipment is the best: Shure microphone, Yamaha 
mixer, Bose speakers. And he knows how to use them for 
maximum effect. 

David's repertorie is as tasteful as his singing, which 
should appeal to young, (M or in-between. In addition to 
several of his own compositions, he offered George Benson's 



•^taiqMjBrade," Van Morrison's "Moon Dance," "Feelings" 
and "A Horse With No Native" by America. 

Oh yeah, he bit another ace that is no small asset in show 
biz: movie star lodes. 

Cdlahan is a Lynchburg mtive who became bored with 
being a diesel mechanic. A Sagittarian, he wandered to 
Daytona Beadi in the 1960's. In 1971 he traversed England, 
HoUand, OermAny, and several other lands,singing for his 
supper. The foUowing year found him in New York looking 
for a break. He met John Hammond, who was largely 
responsible for the successes of Benny Goodman, Count 
Basie; and MIlie Holiday. He also worked a dvib called The 
Fabrk Fi^ory. But New York is hush, and David wanted to 
work on Us songwriting. 

GaDahan arrived at the Beach in the winter (rf 7fr and has 
worked at Rogues, The Whtte Heron, The Ivanhoe and 
Tra(kr Ted'k (oppoaite Jimmy Barbour-whiU a IjUI" that 
must've been). 

A resident of Tenbee Quue, near the ocean, David names 
among his favorite performers George Benson, The 
Crusaders, Gary Burton and Chick Corea. 

Hs career has produced unnerving moments. Once his 
P.A. system picked up a nearby C.B. radio during a 
performance. And whUe working in Roandce he made his 



way through a blizzard to his gig. Wt new suit was stretched 
entirely out of shape... and soaked besidcb. 



EICaiTH NOTES: The Sunday sessions at Witchduck Inn 
continue to sparkle. In addition to the usual talent-laden 
Uney«), guests on April 2nd induded Ann Raeburn and Pete 
Beller. 

Andy Roberts, whoranked highin the Down Beat singing 
polls some years back, feels that Ann sings as well as anyone 
in the country. Beller, a bearded young Pennsylvanian, blew 
everyone's minds with his searing trunqxt. You guessed it; 
he's a Sagittarian, perfect for the golden horn. A graduate of 
Berklee in Boston (the music schooO. Pete was in the *1gho6t 
bands'' of CHenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey. When he dueted 
with Luci&n Montagna it was a summit meeting of 
mind-blowing proportions. And I keep forgetting my casette 
recorder! 

Befae you make it to the 3 o^lock happenings at the 
Wit^duck Inn, if you are a union musician or aspire to 
become one, drop by Local 123, 231 W. Bute Street. 
Trumpeter aggy Harrell directs a rehearsal band from 3 to 
6. Bring your instrument, or ^iharts" you have written...or 
just your ears. 




David Callatian 



Beach artists awarded 



Two Virginia Beach artists have won awards in the 
"Alumni Art Exhibitiwi" at Virginia Weslcyan Cdlegc's 
Hofheimer Library. j . ,«-, 

David Bruner of Virginia Beach, who graduated m 1977, 
won one of two first place $50 awards for a pen and ink 
drawing entitled "Roots." CeceUa A. HII 74 of KiU Devil 
Wlls WOT the other first place award for her oU portrait 
entitled "BiU Lane." ^ . 

Dolores A. H. Maloney 15 of Virginia Beach won one of 
two honorable mention $23 awards for a drawing' entitled 
"Friends." Douglas A. Welch *76 <rf Alexandria, Va^ won the 
othfer hOTorable mention award for 1.ight Study." 

Harold Decker, owner of Harold Decker Galleries, served 

a* judge. •, ^ ^ 

Of the 16 artists in the exhibit, six are residents « 
Virginia Beach. Besides the twoprize winners nam^rtHwe, 
they include: Suzanne M. Cartwright 75, Richard L. Fusco 
73, Nfary A. Haines 73 and Betty Strum 76. 

Bruner, a fiiU time self-employed artist, has works on 
display in three local gaUeries and in another gaUery m 
RichmOTd. PrimarUy working in pen and black ink, usmg a 
stippling technique of numerous dots, he is currently using 
acryUcs applied with a brush to some <rf his.drawings. 

MalOTey has worked extensively in acrylic and drawi^. 
She has exhibited widely in t)p area and Washington, D.C, 
and recently moved to Virginia Beach to make her home. 



DdoKs A.H. Mihmey tid Itarctejr ShMks, bcMi of the 
V.W.C. wt department adnlre to- drawtag entitled 
"Frimds." "FitoMb" took «ii boaorable moitioii award 
in tke Alanul Art ExhibltioB bow on dispfaiy in the 
Hofheimer Library through Aprtt 20. 



DavM BraiCT dliciiHM hto priae wlnal^ drawli« 
••Rooti'* with terday Sh«to, hni of ttc Vto^aln 
Werieyan Co^c «rt ^part^nt. 




Whirlwind tour etched 
In mind of Beach student 



LOTdOT's Westminister Abbey, Paris' Eiffel Tower, and 
Amsterdam's van Gogh Museum arc atched in the memories 
of 56 Virginia Tech engmeering students who partidpated in 
a whirlwind tour of Eurcqje. 

David E. Miller of Virginia Beach was one of the students, 
among the top ten percent in the junior class, who were 

invited by the Cdlege of Engineerfag to take part in the 
two-week, expense-paid experimental trip. 

Paul E. Torgersen, dean of the College of Engineering, 
explained that the college financed the trip out of the $6 
milliOT bequest from the estate of John'L«*» Pratt. The trip 
1 co«t thi acJteg*'l'»« Wii i w Mi y . Mft . t( W i 1>9H ouh^^^ .«uiutNu*ii< 

Torgersen said the college wiU aUo use the money to 
support 1 50 to 200 scholarships a year, worth $250 to $2,500, 
which will be given on the basis of merit alone. 

The European trip and the schdwships are part of 
Virginia Tech's progrwn to attract top students. 

The tour included visits to several technical industries m 
as many countries, an idea complimented by many of the 
student travels. . 

The declining value of the dollar overseas came home 
sharply to the student group when they paid the checks for 
their lunches and dinners. Most of them upon their return 
admitted they had had no idea of the Ugh cost of Uving, 
particularly in Belgium. 

^^xording to a story in the Wasbingtco Post, the atteinpt 
to seek out and reward academic excellence at Tech is in line 
with a national trend in which targe pubUc colleges are 
competing more aggressively for the top students. 



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Whether serving on City 
Council or working in 
the community, your 
interest comes first with 
Reid. The letter below is 
a sample of that interest. 



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DMMiMC 6, 1974 



Mr. r. Raid Brvin 

Post Offlc* Box 716 

Virginia Baach, Virginia 23491 

Daar Mr. Brvini 

Thank you for giving m tha Inforaatlon concarning 
tha elaaaificatlon of tha bid for tha propoaad aand truck 
haul. 

BMauaa of your Intarvantlon. I hava baan abla to 
■top tha bid« fro» going out until tha addandu», »*lch 
Mr. HBDonald Indlcata* will •w «*»• City $20,000, haa 
baen addod. 

Ywir .-oticTii In UilM nuillor in .|r«.il ly n|nirm-l4l"««. 
Sinearaly youra. 



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This is not a one time saving but occurs 
with each contract for truck hauling. 

Support the man who works for you. 

VOTE FOR REID ERVIN ON MAY 2nd 



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Public Notices 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Ckrk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
4thdayofApra. 1978. 

Veronica Elizabeth Purcell 

Halawa, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Jalal Ibrahim Iblawa, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro, from bed and board 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desert- 
ion. 

Aad an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
crfthe State of Virginia, the 
last known pott office add- 
ress being; Saloon Algazi, 
Hiteen St.. NaMus. Israel. It 
is ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2Sth of May, 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Oerk. 

Howard E. Copeland 
Boarded Trade BIdg. 
Plume and Atlantic Streets 
Norfolk. VA 23S10 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION (mm-ROI PUBLICATION 



In the Qerk** Office of the 

Circuit Court <rf the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, Va. on the 

3rdday of April. 1978. 

Linda Gail Sowers. 

Plaintiff, 

i^aiost 

Jackson Lee Sowers, 

Defendant. 

The (A)ject (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vidnculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defei^ant upon the grounds 
oS desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of tlK State (rf Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 1st and 6th Field 
Artillery, Headquarters 
Company, Fort Bragg, NC 
28307. It is ordered thirt 
Jaduon Lee Sowers do 
appear on or before the 24th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress. Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy, 
Qerk. 

Broyles, Gorry, Moore A 
Brydges 

35th Street & Pacific Ave- 
nue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VBS 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION qRDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OP PUBLICATION 



IntliyikrrkOflk»«rthe 

ama^ftk ortiM qty of 

VirgtaiiAgiai, VA, m the 

23rddtydrMv«h,tl78. 

BettfMNbrLMflm, 

Pltiatll^ 

aftiiHt''' 

Jeffrey Wayne tm^m, 

Defeadaift. 

TMeblMtorthissiiitistb 
obt^ IT ^orce a vhiculo 
matrfaBdai from the said 
defiMdiat, opon tiMf irooiMk 
ofooeytlf(l)ywriepMa- 

^'l^l^^iiblHt Ittvtag 
bMBtti* aad akH ttat the 
defeiHtBl b i MHhmideiit 
of the 9t«e of ^ginia, the 
last kMim pott <0kt add- 
ress t^MT. 6»Mrth 2Sth 
Street, Hawark, Ohia It is 
order«#tlM be ^4>IMr on 
or beftl% tl«e mil of Mqr, 
1971, and do what may be 



In the Oerk's Office oCthc 

Circuit Oburt of the aty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on tlie 

7th day of April, 1978. 

Duvelle J. Winchester, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Dianne R. Winchester, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit b to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the ground 
<^ desertion. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-residaat 
of the State of Virginia, tBe 
last known post office add" 
ress beint: 315 Wallace Dr- 
ive, New Orleans .Louisiana. 
It is ordered that ste^ik) 
appear on or before the 30th 
of Nhy, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to prot^ 
her interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fan- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
piky derk. 

William F. Burnside, 9^ 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virgfaiia Beach, VA. 23451 

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A et^g'^lfmt: J<ltt V; Fen- 

tr«t>*."' ■ ■■\^;^' 

putytbrkr 

Dtvtti^!tom«»p.((. 
pi^BbrttsOBe-Soite S25 
Vlrgiate Beach. VA SMC 

VB»4/lr^».*/».4/24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



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4t 



ORDER 0^ PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the aerkls Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty d 
Virginia Bea(4 VA on the 
3rd day of AprU. 1978. 

Nfichael Oordono, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Maria Emguschowa 

Oordono, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtidn a divorce a vinculo 
matrinwy" from the said 
defenduit, iqxm the grounds 
at hMPiABliMMl pi«Mli ia4. 
apart whhout intesniptioo 
and without cohabitation 
since Sej^ember 23, 1967. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 85 Prospect St- 
reet, Patterson, New Jersey 
07505. It is ordered that 
Maria Emguschowa 
Oordono do ^^ar on or 
before the 24th of May, 
1978, and do whitt may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, derk 

By: J. Qirtis Fruit. Deputy 
Clerk. 

Herbert F. Niles, Jr. p.q. 
Post Office BoK 5203 
Owsapeake. Virginia 23324 

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In the Cterk*! Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
5th day of AprU, 1978. 

James Louis Amspacher, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

(felen Patricia Amspacher, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 

parttlon. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of ^ginia, the 
last known post oflke add- 
ress beuig: 2615 Fenton 
Place. National Qty, CkUf- 
ornia 92050. It is ordered 
that she do aiqiear on or 
before the 26th of May. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A co|v-teste: idtm V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Kemwhan, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Tom C Smith p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA. 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk'k Office of the 
Cfrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virguua Beach. VA on the 
3rd day of AprU. 1978. 
Ktargvet Laura KUgcre, 

PUBtlff. 

against 

. Jeffrey Seth KUgore. 
Defendaitt. 



ORDER (X^ PUBL1CAT1CX4 

In the derk'k C>tfice of tlM 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, Va., on the 

23rd day ofMardi, 1978. 

Sidney J. NSgMe, 

Plafaitiff, 

agaimt 

Patrida Marie HigUe, 

Defemiam, 



TIk object of thte suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Mensa et 
thoro to be later merged uito 
a divorce A Vuiaito MiU- 
rtaiomi from the swd de- 
fenchim upon the grounds of 
dnertion. 

' And an afiUavft Iwving 
been made awl AM that the 
defmAutt m a non-resident 
of the Sttte of VfrgUa. the 
hHt kaowB poit oO^e add- 
t^ being: Rotte % tiaflm 
Avrane, Ouffck HB, Tou- 
MSM INO. ft b ordered 
Am h^m SfthK^orc do 
appaar iOB or befbrt the 24th 
flf Mqr, 19n. aad do whitt 
awf ha aacMswy to i^otect 
lit hi^^t m thb suit. 

A oa^<4este: John V. Fen-' 
tresttOerk 

1^: I. Qvtb Fr^. Deputy 

Gh^Mi A Omtnum, p.q. 
MnstCUomHaid 



vmmz,m9,4m,5n 



tbe object of tUs suit b to 
obtain a divorce a vfaiculo 
nuttrimonii, or in the aher- 
mttive a divorce a mema et 
thoro to be tatter merged into 
a divorce a vuiculo imtri- 
taom from the said defen- 
daiA, ^wn the growds of 
adi^ery or (fesertion. 

And an a^avit having 
been made and flfed thitt the 
djsfendatt b a non^etkkot 
of the State of Vb^iila. the 
lut kiKiwn post office a^ 
ress befa^: c/o Rkhtfd 
Stuket, 7240 West 107, Lot 
106. CUeago, nUiata it b 
ordered that $be do i^cv 
on or before the 15th of May, 
191^, and do what may be 
necessary to {Protect bet 
httertft in thb s^. 

A oyy-tesu: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: P9tti A. KeeMhm, De- 
fwtyCkrk. 
Marrb R Ftaie p.q. 
I^LawHi^. 
Norfolk. VA 23510 



ORDBll OF PUatlCATION 



In the darkl Office of the 
Orcidt Court of the Qty of 
VirgtaM Beach, VA. on the 
29th day cf March. 1978. 



Jdfli K. Watltas. a/k/a 
Ridied Bdwar4 Hayes. 
DefeaAot. 

Hie dBiject of thb tuft b to 
obuAi a cttvoroe a vtaiculo 
ai atilB WBl i fra btte Defe nd- 

" (leseMMi^'tftihr'' i^i/ot 
■epMidia to eXoeiM of one 

Mig-m alM^ bnriai 
liiiCiliaiffitiiiTniiiihr 
iuMt bl^^aiiieift 
orttavSate aTfl^iMa. the 
laitllRMm port ollioe add- 
reia M^: ^im BtomI 
Strcat, Hiabnlt^y. 

H(KmpmMm,W9m. It k 

ar4et«f Oalbi iatppear OB 
or MHir tha Iflk or htty. 
191t;«Wdoirliarmaylb 
u uuyjjl / to^Mlect Ids 
iocwMII'-ia ftiaM^. 

A c«|^-t«ft%e: Jdfei V. Fan- 
treat 

Bf. ntti A. Keenehan, De- 
p^y Clerk. 
Mare^aedbtn. p.q. 
6663 SmwyPdat South 
NflrftiK.VA 23502 

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ORttROFFUftlCATION 



In tha Cl»rk% ^lllee of the 
driXf Jtifcait^tte Qty of 

VtA, m the 




Fel^tira, 



Bldal^Wfteira, 



najIlM a^Mt tab b to 

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Inn- the old 




In the Qerk^ Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Cfty of 

Virgtaua Beach, VA, on the 

23rd day of March, 1978. 

Radeen Sprague HoOoway, 

Ptadntiff, 

against 

Wttliam David HoUdway, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthb tub is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affedavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendAit is a non-resident 
of the Stite of Vbginia, the 
taut known post office add- 
ress being: 152 l*jrth- 
amfrton Street, Nofth- 
amiMon. MasMdtusetts. 
It b ordered that he., do 
p Si l i m.w <.lw»MUbtA»i» 
of May, 1978, and TO ^hat 
may be necessary to prdfect 
hb toterest to this suit. 

A copy-teste:John A. Fen- 
• tresk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 
WUIiam R. O^ienpq- 
1369 Laskto Road 
Vbgtoia Beach, VA 23451 

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Vfa-gfaUa: to the Circuit 
Cburt Oerklt Office of the 
City of Virginto Beach on 
this 22 day of March, 1978. 
Re: Adoption of James WUl- 
uun Ross, III and Tera Jean 
Robs, faifonts 

By: James WQluun Ross, 
Jr., and Audrey Betnadine 
Harris Ross, hb wife 

ORDER 

Hie object of thb suit is to 
secure the adoption of 
James WflUam Ross, III . 
and Tera Jean Ross. infajQts 
by James WUBam Ross, jr., 
aiKl Audrey Bernadine 
Harrb Ross, hb wife. Pet- 
tioMrs pray that a final 
order (tf adoption be entered 
to the above stybd adoption 
aOowtog the adoption; tt^ 
the mother of said children. 
Ovdyn Laverne Ross, re- 
sides at 2749 26th Avenue, 
>^artment C Oakkmd, Ca^ 
tfornia, and her consent 
a^xars to be unobtauiable 
and 

ITIS THEREFCaiE C»D- 
ERED that the said Cardyn 
Laverne Ross do appear 
iMfcre thb Coaxt on or 
ftelbre May 12, 1978 sub- 
sequent to dne pubticttion of 
thb orter aad do what is 
necessary to |»otect her 
tatemt to this {voceeding; 
and 

fffi FURTHER (»D- 
BRED thM thb order be 
thed once a week for 
•aeoMiive weeks to the 
Vl^gtate B^Kfa Sun, a news- 
paper havby generid dr- 
culttfcii to the city of Ya- 
gtato Be«di. Virgtala. 



In the derk'i Offia of the 

Orcuit Court <rf the Oty <rf 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

7th day erf AprU, 1978. 

Cynthia Price Ehrhardt 

Whitaker, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

David Ue Whitaker, 

Defendant. 



The object (rfthb suit b to 
obtato a divorce a vtoculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of Uvtog separate and apart 
for a period of over one year. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been nuute and filed that the 
defendant b a non-resident 
of the State of Vfagfaua, the 
taut known post office add- 
ress beuig: ^2 West Street. 
Annapolb, MaryUmd 21401. 
It u ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 30th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his toterest to this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Dep 
>^ uty Qerk. 
Richard E. Payne p.q. 
900 Commonweidth Ptau:e, 
Suite 105 
Vfaguua Beach, VA 23462 

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A aenr teste: JohnV.Fen- 
trM*. Clerk 

By: l^tl A. Keenehan, De- 
ft^ : prty Cterk. 

4]flMnder P. Smith, 



In the aerk% Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty <rf 

virgfaiU Beach. VA. on tlw 

28th day of March, 1978. 

Juana Roma^ Rios, 

Ptadntiff, 

against 

Osvaldo Antonio Rios, 

defendant. 

The object at thb suit b to 
obtidn a dvorce a vtoculo 
matrunomi from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
cS one year separation. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant b a non-resident 
of the State (rf Vfagfaua, the 
last known address befaig: 

New York Qty. New York it 
is ordered that he do appeal 
on or before the 18th of May. 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest to thb suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 
J. Brfam DonneUy p.q. 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Vfagfaiia Beach, VA 23451 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CmOJIT COUR^Ocrk'^ 
Office of the City of Virginia Beach on the 14Ui Day 01 
AprU, 1978 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF JOSHUA RUSSELL 

PHELAN 

By Etigenc Montagnino and Carol Montagnino, 

Petitioners, 

TO LAWRENCE DAVtON PHELAN 

2201 South Bralevard 
Houston, Texas 7709 

ORDER 

This day came Eugene Mont«»8n^9, ""i.f^ 
Montunino, Petitioners, and represeirt^ that the 
obtectStwl oroceeding is to effect the adopaon of the 
°i^^^JiS^^hm RusseU Phelan by Eugene 
MontapinoandCardMont^piino, hMbwda^^^^ 
and i^ndavit having been made and filed that Lawrence 
StfSn Pheim^ awtural parent of said child, is a non- 
S^t of the State of Virginia, the last known pwt 
Sice address being: 2201 South Boulevard. Houston, 
Texas, 77098. 

It is therefore ORDERED that the said Lawrence 
Dayton Phelan appear on or before the 5th day of June, 
WS^and indicatehis attitude toward the propped 
adoption, or otiiierwise do what is necessary to protect 
his interest in this matter. 

A Copy Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk, 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

Williain H. Colona, Jr . , p.q. 
1397 Laskto Road ^ 

Virginia Beach, Va. 2345 1 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Oerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Vfagfaua Beach, VA. on the 
10th day of AprU, 1978. 

WUUamC Northern. 

Ptadntiff, 

agafaist 

Rosetta B. Northern. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit b to 
obtato a divorce a vtoculo 
matrfanonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavU havfaig 
been made and filed that the 

of the^tate of Vfagfaiia. the 
Jast known post oiRce add- 
vess being unknown. It b 
ordered that she do q^pear 
on or before the 31st titMay, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to (M'otect her 
toterest to thb suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
Larry B. Slipow, p.q. 
Ffast & Merchants Natl 
Bank Bldg. 
P.O. Box 3291 
NorfiDlk, VA. 23514 

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LEOAL NOnCE 
JANET R NEMEROTF 



PRESUMPTION 
DEATH 



In the Qerkt Office of the 

Cfacuit Court of the Oty <rf 

Vfagima Beach. VA. on the 

7th day of AprU. 1978. 

Peter Kenney Negus, 

Ptadntiff, 

against 

EUzabeth Mehtrtens Negus, 

Defendant. 

The object (tf this suit b to 
obtato a divorce a vtoculo 
matrfanoiui from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation pur- 
suant to Section 20-91(a) 
Code of Va., 1950 as amend- 
ed. And ui affidavh havfaig 
been made and fited tMC tte 
defendant b a non-residf nt 
of the State (rf Vbguda, the 
hut known post OtRot add- 
ress being: 4167 Judge St- 
reet, Ehnhurst, New York, 
11373. It b ordered that she 
do lytpear on or before the 
30th (tf May, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her toterest to thb 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 

Qlenn RandaU Qroshaw p.q. 
Suite 31 1. 160 Newtown Rd. 
Vbgfaito Beadi, VA 73Af2 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



OF 



Smith and Owens. 
14131larltbne Tower, 
NtfMk, Vbgl^ 23510 

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Pursuant to Sec. 64.1-' 
1 10, Code (rf Vfagfaua, Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Circuit Court oi Bedford 
County. Vfagfaua has deci- 
ded that Janet H. Nemerdf 
b presumed deceased due to 
her dnence from her place 
aS residence at >%giiiia 
Beach. Vfagfaua. for more 
than seven (7) years; her 
address, residence, or 
whereabouts being un- 
known. 

Noti(x u hereby given to 
Jnet H. Nemeroff, if ^ve, 
er any person knowtaig her 
whereabouts, or aetiBg en 
her behalf, to proctace to tl» 
CIrCTb Court of Bedford 
Cbunty, Vfaginta^ or a Judge 
thereof to vaortkii, on or 
before June 15, 1978. satis- 
jhcSory evidence of the con- 
ttowmce to life of Janet H. 
Itemeroff; aad if noresponae 
(othb Notice b reoehred \ff 
s^ date, fonds MNT held l^ 
said Coart for Jatwt H. 
Nemeroff win be tttstribift^ 
aeoardlqtokw. 

^Or&r of tte Court. 

fidtett. SpdnALyte, p.q. 

jUtorwysttLaw 

401 1«teth Lymdiaven Ro«l 

Vbgfa^ B^A, VIrgtoia 

Bdttng Lambeth, p.q. 
B^rbon^O^ 
^Mford. Vbgh* 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE QRCUIT 
COURT OF THE QTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 
28th DAY OF MARCH, 1978 



V. WILLIAMS 

Comptadntant 



CO., 



INC. 



vs. 



In the Qerk's Office oi the 
Circuit Court <rf the Qty of 
Vfagfaua Beadi, VA, on the 
31st day of March. 1978. 

Unda Edge PhUlips. 

Pbmrtiff. 

agafaat 

Nfidiael A. PhUlips. 

Defendam. 

The object of thb suit b to 
obtato a divace a vinculo 
matrfancnu from the said 
defendant, upon tte groumb 
of having lived se|»rate awl 
aput tot a period of tfai» to 
excess of one year. 

And an aAlavit havfaig 
been nude and filed that tte 
taut kiMwn resklence of the 
party to be served was to 
tbt Oty of Vfagfaua Beai^, 
and that a return has been 
filed n In tomds for 21 dqrs 
aadtfcKt he Ins b^n inid>te 
to make service; and that 
the last kiMMm acU^ess of 
the respondent agi^t 
whom ptri^catlon b asked b 
3»'22ad Street. ^rgUa 
Bead^ VA. It b ordtred 
ttott te do ivpetf on or 
before the ^2M of Mi^. 
1978, aw) do what may be 
KOMsary to {votect hb 
'^terest to thb suit. 

A cc^-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

ffy: Patti A. Ketmban, De- 
puty Ckrk. 
Juet B. But, p.q. 
1M9 Laskto Road 
Virgtada Beach. VA 23451 



WARREN R. PHELPS and 

ALOENORA G. PHELPS, 

1329 Church Street 

Vfagfaua Beach, Vfagfaua; 

HARRY VAUGHAN. abo known as 

HARRY S. VAUCaiAN, deceased; 

HATTIE GAYNOR, deceased; 

CHARLIE FREEMAN tmd 

WILUBJfiB BRBPMKN. ^«' ' , " 

taist known address b unknown and thaf the defendMnts 

Harry Vaughan, abo known as Harry S. Vaughan, and 

Hattie Gaynor, are believed to be deceased and that any of 

such defendants consorts, if any there be, whose names are 

unknown, and if such defendants are dead, thefa survivfaig 

consorts, if any there be, the said defendants' cluldren if any 

there be, thefa hefas at law. next of km, devisees.. legatees. 

personal representatives, lien creditors and lien creditors of 

any hefas or devbees. and any other person or corporation 

havfaig any toterest to the subject matter of thb suit. aU of 

whose post office addresses are con^letely unknown; and 

that aU of said parties are hereby nuide parties defendant to 

thb proceedinig by the general description (tf Tarties 

Unknown," Defendiants. 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



Ihe object ot this suit b to quiet the tfale to the 
foUowfaig described real property, located to the Qty ci 
Vfaginui Beach, State of Vfagfaua. 

An Affidavfa havfaig been made and filed that the 
defemlants are unknown as to the whereabouts, «idres8 and 
location, akhough due deUigence has been used by and on 
behalf of the comptadnant to ascertdn the county or 
corporation to which the said defendants are residing, but 
without effect; / 

It b CXIDERED that they do tpptat here by the 18 
day of May, 1978 and <k> what may be necessary to protect 
thefa toterest to thb suit. 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE 



All tbat oertato |»ece or parcel of land with the 
buiklings and improvements thereon, situated to KempsvUle 
Borough, Qty ci Virgima Beach, Vfargfaua, described as 
fallows: 

Begfaming at a potot to a ditdi on the East side and at 
the Southern end (tf a street rumdng N 32° 30' E, through 
New Ught, sometfai»s known as cokred Obent to the South 
s^ <rf Indfam River Road, where said dtech and the 
Northern Une <rf the I^tie Gaynor property, formerly 
Josefrili R Gaynor i^operty. toterse^s said Southern end ^ 
said street, said Nortlwrn line of Qi^nor befaig tin divklfaig 
hoe between tamds of G^mor and tamds foruMrly ciS. McCoy 
aikl C Riddick, and runnfaut ttence alom tte East side of a 
I^ivate road S 27 " 38' W, 205 J feet to a potot; thence N 
69" 34»07''W, 16.22 feet to a steel lAi; thence N. '»• 34'07" 
W, 185.63 flMt to a pomt to a ditdi; ttence along said ^ck 
the foBowfaig courses: S 27« 13' 06" W, 13.34 feet, S 18° 14' 
54" E, M8.35 to a fitpe, S 17" 03' 47" E, 225.44 feet to a 
pouit; thence S 74* 01' M" E, 1:^.48 feet to a potot; tlwnce 
N 26' S5'03* B. 616.^ feet aloi« the center of a ditcdi to a 
pe^ to the Northern Une of said Q^rmir Land; tbatm N 
75* 02' 19" W. 2S1M feet ik*4 the oetter of a ditiii to the 
pofatt of begln^ tt thamn on Pte eittkled 'Swvey of Sbe 
tolie Comeyed by HMtb GayMr, etc." recorded to tte 
Clerks C^fioe of the Oroiit Court of Vfagii^ Peadi, 
V^fada, to Mqi Book 36. tt Page 39, to whidi refereKe b 
hereby sude for a mxt putKular deso'^kn of sa^ 
^opmy. I 

It b ftvtter CW^RED tlutt tte foregota^ portion d 
thb ortor be imtttlwd onoe a WMk for fow suoessive 
weela to the Vfagima teach Sun, a Mws|M^r pubtthed to 
the Qty of Vbgfate Beach, Vfagfaito. and ^nrfaig ^mal 
drcoltelon to irti tty. 

A Cbpy Teste: JOHH V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By: Vuti A. Keeattan 



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VIrgIni* BMch PubUe NotlCM cont'd 



1o 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Oerk'k Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virgioia Bepch, VA, on the 
ethdayofAprQ. 1978. 
Pttrida Lynn NMer, 
PbtiOtiff, 

■gainst 

Junes Arthur KflUer, 

Defendant. 



The object of tUs suit ii to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fited that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being:208 N.E. 22nd 
Street, Fort Lauderdale. 
Florida 33306. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 30th at May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerlc.' 
Gerald J. Burlage p.q. 
2410 E. Little Qeek Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23518 

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(HIDER CX' PUBLICATI(X4 

In the Oerk'k Office ot the 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach. VA. on tlM 

29th day of March. 1978. 

Deborah Lucretia Bowden 

Sawyer, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Joe Edward Sawyer, . 

Defendant. 

The object <tf this siat is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of living separate and apart 
for more than one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thitt tj^ 
defendant due diligence has 
been used by and on behalf 
(rfthe plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or city the 
defendant is. without effect. 
It is ordered that he do 
appeu on or before the 19th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
mi^ be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 



A oq^-tette: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 

By: J. Qirtis Fruit, Deputy 
aerk 
James H. Foreman p.q. 



SI'. 



to 



U 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

VirgiiiUi: 

The regular mating of the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration Buildng. City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday, May 8, 
1978. at 1:00 P.M., at which time the following 
applioitions will be hrard: , 



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4t 



ORpEROF PUBLICATION 

In tlM Ckrkis OfBoe of the 
Cfrcuit Court ai the Qty oi 
Virginia Beach, Va. en the 
6th day of AprU, 1978. , 

Cheryl Lynn Green Ford. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Maurice Germaine Ford. 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
mttrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
d separation for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State (tf Virginia, the 
Uut known post office add- 
ress being: 144th Street, 
Springfield Gardens, 
Queens, New York. It is 
ordered that he do apjpcai on 
or before the 30th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
imty Clerk. 

John W. Drescher. p.q. 
101 North Lynnhaven Road 
P.O. Box 2127 
Virgfaiia Beach. VA 234^2 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Oerk'k Office oi the 
Orcult Court of the Qty oi 
Virginia Beadi. VA, on the 
Sth day (rfAi^il, 1978. 

Laurie K. Camero, 
Plaintiff, 

■ i^aiiat -1 '- >t 1 !(,'■ •-■ 

Defendam. 



A ooj^-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keehenah. De- 
puty Qerk. 

Virginia L. Cochran p.q. 
Siute 201. Kempsville Plaza 
Office Bldg. 

404 South Parliament Drive. 
Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

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VIRCHNIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
dTY OF VIRCHNIA 
BEACH, ON THE 3 DAY 
OF APRIL. 1978. 

In re:Ado|Mion cf Reginald 
Leonard Ckments to be 
named Regfaiald Leonard 
Moore 

By: Gregory Mooce. Sr. A 
btrbara Jane Moore, ^t- 
itioners. 

To: Al Thomas Outer 
Sfth mune Street, N.E. 
Waslungtan, D.C 

ORDER 



lliis day came Gregory 
Moore, Sr. and ftu-tara 
Jane Moore. Petttkners. 
aqd reiffesented tl^ the 
objea of this i^ooeediag b 
tp efka the ado|Akn of the 
aibofve nan»d ^uit, 
ReginaU LeoiMrd aen^nts 
to be aaiied lUginaid 
Leotard Moore, bf Qr^ory 
Moore, Sr. and Btf Iwra 
Joe Moore, hmbtnl ud 
wfk, mA afUavft Mvtag 
been nuufe awl fikd tlutt Al 
TkBBtu Outer, a utturid 
pmv^ ot siM (AiM, to a 
non-^tidett ot the Sttte of 
Virgtaia, the hst kiMwn 
post dMoe adUress beUg: 
3#di Mte Street, N.E. 

It b thereftre Or<tered 
ttatt the said Al Tlioi^ 
Qtfter vpew before tU 

Ooyrt on sr tefiirt f^ 24, 
ir^andfaidkMel^att- 
kwle towwd tte fv^o^ 
idG^ta. or othmrbe ^ 
wte li neoN^ wproteo 
U» taercst ta ttt niMter. 



ZONING 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



I. 



DISTRICT 



Petition of Roger H. & J. Beverley Sawyer for a Chaiq^ 
of Zoning District Classification from AO-1 
Agricultural District to M Light Industrial District on 
certain property located on the South side of London 
Bridge RMd begimung at a point 30S feet more ot le» 
Eatt of SUpps Con^ Road, running a dist«iee of 
1148.21 feet along the South side of London Bridgi 
Road, running a distance of 1383.25 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 425.5 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
779.W feet in a Southwestra-ly direction, running a 
distance of 1458.98 feet in a' Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 1783.2 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 344.24 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance of 292.38 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 345.18 
feet in a Southeasterly tUrection and running a distance 
of 1294.22 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 87.87 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

2. 

Petition of Southeastern Virginia Investors and 
Cameron and Evdyn A. Munden for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from AO-1 Agricultural 
District to R-5 Residential District on certain property 
beginning at a point 4230 feet Southwest of the 
intersection of Harpov Road and London Bridge Road, 
nmning a distance of 2960 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running a distaiux of 360 feet in, 
a Southeasterly direction, nmning a distance of 780 feet 
in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 970 feet 
more or less along the Eastern property line, running a 
distance of 3031.20 feet along the Southern property 
line and running a distance of 1525,23 feet along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 1 12.80 acres 
more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. 

Petition of Southeastern Virginia Investors and 
Cameron A. and Evelyn A. Munden for a Change of 
2^ning District Classification from R-3 Residenti^ 

District to R-5 Residential District on certain property 
beginning at a point 3820 feet mpre or less Southeast of 
the intersection of Harpers Road and London Bridge 
R(Md, running a distance of 625 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 79p,f(wt, 

along the Southern property line, ruiming a distance of 
3(S0 feet alpng the Western prop^y line and running a 

'^l^jMrtf line. Said' parcel contains 10.8 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



Petition of Welch Pile Drivii^ Corporation for ai 
Change of Zqi^g - District Classification from R-8| 
Residential District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located at the Northeast intersection 
of Baxter Road and Virginia Electric and Power 
Company Power Line beginning at a point 1350 feet 
more or less West of Independence Boulevard, running 
a distance of 354.7 feet along the North side of Baxto- 
Road, running a distance of 483.58 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distant of 394.70 feet 
along the Northern property line and runiling a distance 
of 500 feet along the Eastern property line. Said paral 
contains 4 acres more or less (Kempsville Meadows 
Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



The object of this.swt is to 
obtahi a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of separation for more than 
one year. 

pJaA an affidavit havmg 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, last 
known post office address 
befaig: 400 West Carson 
Street, Carson Qty. Calif- 
ornia 90745 

It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 26th 
of May. 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to i»-otect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keni^han, De- 
puty Oerk. 

Bkrry RanddiA Kodi p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA 23458 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In tlw aerk% Office of the 

Orcult Court d the Qty dt 

Virginia Beadi. VA. on the 

7th day of AprO. 1978. 

Thomas A. Lucente. 

Platattifr. 

agaitet 

Pttr^t A. Lucente. 

Defeniaitt. 

The obje(» of thb suit is to 
otHdn a divorce a menta et 
thoro from tlw saki defend- 
ant, upon the groundb of 
ttesertion. 

And w affidavit Iwving 
been made and fifed that the 
defembutt is a non-resident 
of the State of Vlrghda, tl» 
fattt known post office miA- 
reM betas: 955 O^ IMve, 
Froddin S^ive, Long Ut 
lai^ New York. It it order- 
ed ttet slK do appear on or 
beftre the Mth of Ktey, 
1978, MKi (to whtt may be 
Moessvy to pttii^x \mt 
itterest in tUs stut. 



A ooi9-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

%yx ntttl A. KeeMlum. De- 
pwy Oerk, 

•nmm F. Bete, Jr. p.q. 
13^ PM^rote One Ihte. 
l%gUa Beach, VA. 23462 

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CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



Application of Wddi Pile Driving Corporation for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a bulk storage and building 
contractor's yard on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Baxter Road and Virginia 
Electric and Power Company Power Line beginning at a 
point 1350 feet more or less West of Independence 
Boulevard, running a distance of 354.7 feet along the 
North side of Baxter Road, running a distance of 483.58 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 394.70 feet along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 500 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 4 acres more or less. 
(Kempsville Meadows Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

10. 

Application of Virginia Beach Robo> Inc., for a 
Conditional Use Permit for an automobile service 
station and car wash facilities on certain property 
located at the Southeast intersection of Indian River 
Road and MacDonald Road, running a distance of 
195.66 feet along the South side of Indian River Road, 
running a distance of 150 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 117 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a disjt^nce of 148.66 
feet along the East side of MacDonald Road and 
running around a curve a distance of 44.54 feet. Said 
parcel contains .6 acres. (Indian River Estates Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



II. 



Petition of St. Stephenson Holiness Church for a 
Change of Zoning District- Classification from I-l Light 
Industrial District to A-4 Apartment District on certain 
fot»erty located 130 feetNorfli M Bie«utiful Street 



Petition of Lassito- and Associates, Inc.. for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from B-I Business- 
Residoitial District to A-1 Apartment District on 
cotain prop^y beginning at a point ISO feet North of 
die intoiection of Level Green Boulevard and Drew 
Drive, running a distance of 375 feet along the Western 
property line, nmning a distance of 86 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 531.17 
feet along the Eastern propoty Ime, running a distance 
of 138.89 feet along the North side of Level Green 
Btndevard, running a distairae of 150 feet more or leu in 
a Northwesterly direction and nmning a distance of 180 
feet more or less in a Westerly direction. Said parcel^ 
contains 2.508 acres (Level Green Area).' 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
5. 

Petition of John T. Kelly, Jr., ETALS, for a Change of 
Tjomg Dbtrict Classification from R-5 Residential 
DistriA to B-2 Conununity-Business District on certain 
property located at the Southeast into-section of 
Princess Anne Road and Baxter Road, running a 
distance of 208.37 feet along the East side of Princess 
Amie Road, running a distaiKX of 1241 .09 feet along the 
Southmi propo^ line, running a distan<x of 160.38 
feet in a North«l^ direction, running a distance of 288 
fe^ in a westerly dim:tion, nmning a distance of 239.6 
feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
145.^ feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 290 feet in a Northwest«ly direction, 
rumdng a distaiwe of 394.92 feet along the Scnith side of 
Baxter Road, running a distance of 367.87 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 550.10 
fe^ in a We^erly diret^on, nmning a distance of 
104.M fe^ in a Northwesterly direc^on aiul running a 
distame of 76.71 feet along the SouUi «de of Baxter 
Road. Said parcel contains 8.68 acres. KEMPSVILLE 

BOROUGH. 
6. 

Petition of Marc Jacobson for a Change of Zoning 
nsttiA Qaniflcatimi from M Light InAotilal District 
to B-2Coiiiffli^ty-AisiMss CMttrk^ or oetaia pmpa\y 
locitted at die Southaut ooma of Newtown R<Md and 
Arnm^oul Rcwd, running a dlstmce of 160 feet more 
or )m ak>ng the South dde of Arroidiead Road, 
ruttiiag a di^mx of 187.^ fert akmg the Eas^n 
IHt^eity fine, running a (fistaiMe of 230 fi^ miwe or less 
d(»g ^ Southon ^opeity Une aiMi running a tf^ance 
of 152 fm nmte br teii akx^ tte East side of Newtown 
Road. Slid parcel oontidni .71 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
B(Mt<nX3H. 
7. 

^ttion of Sevoi E C^m^nny for a Oian^ of Zcming 
nitrlet rhMilfHtkBi from R-8 Rentetflai IMrict to 
A-1 Apartmett IMrta <» cmaln i»<q»ety toci^ on 
tlw East Ate of Bweil R(Md b<^lraing lU a pmnt MW feet 

^kfftll (rf ft^er IUmI, nmi^ a dlMu^ of S81 feet 
A^ Aflii^ SHk of Evdl Ro^, ninn^ a distant of 
fVi feet ift^ tte B^Mltan ^tqjety Um, running a 
^Mm# tf m feet tkot^ tte W^em {Mt^my Um and 
nm^l a ittMuiee of 7K) fe^ along the Scwthem 
propAty Uat. Said parcel contains 10 acres. 
KEMVSVILU BOROUGH. 



. ruiuUng a distance of 640leet aloiig^he i^them 
propCTty line, running a distance of 590 feet more or less 
along the Western property line, running a distance of 
785 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 440 feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 9 acres more 
or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

'2. 

Petition of Fidelity American Properties, Inc., for a 

Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 

Redd^tial District to B-2 Community-Business District 

"(on ceMn property located on the East side of Urchin 

Road'beginning at a point 150 feet more or less South of 

Shore Drive, running a distance of 50 feet along the East 

side of Urchin Road, running a distance of 150 feet 

along the Southern property Une. running a distance of 

50 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 

distance of 150 feet along the Northern property line. 

Said parcel contains 7500 square feet. LYNNHAVEN 

BOROUGH. 

13. 

Potion of Robert H. Braithwaite, Jr.. for a Change of 
2tening District Classification from I-l Light Industrial 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 

S'roperty located on the West side of South Birdneck 
oad beginning at a point 1300 feet more or less North 
of Bells Road, running a distance of 1027.83 feet along 
the W«t side of South Birdneck Road, running a 
distance of 1179.60 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
Tunning a distance of 1530.21 fMt in a Northwesterly 
J^tKi&OR, running a distance of 1700 feet along the 
Western property line and running a distance of 1334.52 
feet along the Southern property line. Said partxl 
contains 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

,^CX)NDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

14. 

Abdication of Robert H. Braidiwaite, Jr., (qk a 
Omditional Use Permit for a golf coui^, driving range, 
mfaiitture vM coiurse and reo-eational buildii^ on 
cstain prop«ty located on die West side of South 
HidiMck Road b^inning at a point 1300 feet more or 
tesi Nordi of Bells Road, nmning a^tance of 1(^.83 
fe« idong die West side of South Birdneck Road, 
nuning a ^sKxust of 11^.60 feet in a Southwest^ly 
(firection, running a distance of 1530.21 feet in a 
Northw<^terly direction, running a distance of 1700 feet 
ahMig the W^tem propoty line and running a distance 
of 1334.52 fe^ along the Southon prop^ty line. Said 
parcel contains 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BCMtOUOH. 

Plats widi mcn-e dialled informatim tst avaUabte in tlw 
D^MUtment of Pbmning. 



RictaidJ.Webbon 
CteyOffk 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals wUl conduct a 
Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 3. 1978, at 7:30 P.M. in ' 
the Council Chambers. Administration BuUding. Municipal 
Center. Virginia Beach, Virgin*. Tlie foUowing appUcations 
will appear on iY» agenda. 

READVERTISEMENT: 

1. (March 1, 1978). Lighthouse Restaurant by Kenton B. 
Patrick requests a vwlance of 8 parking spaws to 102 
parking spaces instead of 110 parking spaces as required 
(restaurant) and to allow parking in the required 10 foot 
setback wlwre prohibited and to waive the required 
landscaping in the setback on Lots 1 ,2,3,4,5, and 6, Block O, 
Rudee Inlet area. 1st Street and Atlantic Avenue. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Church (tf the Ascension by Norbert Krzak. Business 
Manager, requests a variance of 64 square feet oi sign area 
for a total of 128 square feet of area (32 square feet allowed, 
64 square feet nonconfbrming sign area) as now existing and 
to allow a seoxid free-standing sign instead of une 
free-standing sign m allowed on a Parcel, (9.094 acres). Phtt 
of Kemps Landtag Corporation. 49S3 Prtacess Anne Road. 
Kempsville Borough. 

2. C. H. Byler by Kenton Patrick requests a variance to 
allow parking and a perimeter driveway in 5 feet of the 
required 10 foot setback where prohibited when commercial 
zoning adjoins residential zoning on Parcel A. Plat of 
Property of Kempsville Meadows. Inc., Larkspur, Holland 
Road. Kempsville Borough. 

}. E.M. Raines requests a variance to allow parking in the 
required 15 foot setback from Crawford Place where 
prohibited and to waive the required landscaping ta this 
setback on Lot 7, Chesopean Colony, 313 Crawford Place. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

4. T.M. Jenkins requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a building instead 
of behind the nearest portion of a buildug adjacent to a 
public street on Lot 313. Section 2, Malibu, 540 Mango 
Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

5. Robert M and Emma H. Forrest request a variance to 
allow a 6 foot fence to encroach into a portion of a parking 
area where prohibited and to waive the required 75 percent 
unobstructed light penetration for a fence in a parking area 
adjacent to a street on a Parcel, Designated John Legat, 
GreeiUawn Cemetery, 5156 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Bayside Borough. 

6. Frederick S. Claude and Louise Bates request a variance 
of 6 feet to a 2 foot side yard setback (north side) and of 2 
feet to a 6 foot side yar) setback (south side) instead of 8 feet 
each as required on Lot 12, Block 22. Ocean Park, Pendleton 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

7. Joseph J. and Lynn S. Schulz request a variance of 2 feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in the required front yard setback on Lot 1 1. Parcel 
14, Block 32, aoatan Beach, 729 S. Surftide Avenue. < 
Lynnhaven Borough. f 

8. Allie P. Ash requests a variance of 8 feet to a 10 foot side 
yard adjacent to a street (Qdvert Street) instead of 18 feet 
as required and of 3 feet to a S foot side yard tetba d: (east 

G, cape Henry, 7580^OceiS Sh»e' Lane. Lynhlttven 
Borough. 

9. George and Sharon Gagnon request a variance oil f^t ta 
fence height to a 6 fbot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Corvette Drive) 
on Lot 13, Block 34, Section 7, Princess Anne Plaza. 3232 
Silina Drive. LynnhavenBorough. 

10. Carl Henry Qlrard requests a variance oi6 feet to a 2 foot 
side yard setback Instead of 8 feet as required (west side - 
cvport and storage shed) on Lot 13, Block 8, OMsqieake 
Beach, 4486 Lookout Road. Bayside Borough. 

11. Steven A. Kasmauski requests a variamx of 1.3 feet to 
an 18.7 foot side yard setback (east side) instead of :U) feet as 
required of Lot Q Plat <rf Property of Lots C and D, Alton 
Turner, Malbon Road. Pungo Borough. 

12. Clarence E. Bryan requests a variance of 3 feet to a 27 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required on Lot 
6, Block D, Kenstock, 557 Longleaf Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

13. Gene A. and NDchaUne K. Joyner request a variance rt 2 
feet ta fence height to a 6 foot fence instead <rfa 4 foot fence 
as allowed m a required setback from a street on Lot 78, 
Section 2, Oroveland Park, 3301 Edtoburgh Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

14. Loyal Order (rfMoose by WiUiam E. Strawhand requests 
a variance (^32 square feet oi sign idlowuice to 48 square 
feet instead of 16 square feet of sign allowance as aUowed on 
Part of Parcel A-1, Subdivision of Parcel A, Property of 
W.W. Mcdanan, Jr.. 1236 Prosperity Road. Princess Anne 
Borough. 

15. Dan H. Brockwell requests a vwiance of 8 feet to a 10 
foot sUfe yard adjacent to a street (Chesapeake Bay Avenue) 
instead of 18 feet as required oiLotS, Block 19, Ocean I^k, 
Dupont Circle. Bayside Borough. 

16. Farm Fresh Supermarkets and Virginia National Buik 
by Vernon W. Kiiv request a variance to allow an 
establishment to have 6 signs instead of 5 signs as allowed on 
Parcel A. Magto HoUow, 901 Lynnhaven Pwkway. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

17. John E. Dail requests a wiaiMe to allow parktag oi a 
major reaeational equipment ta front of a building instead 
of 'behind the nevest portion of a building adjacem to a 
pubUc street on Lot 4, Block M.Potat O^oods^ 436 E. 
Plantation Road. Lyimhaven Boroi^h. 

18. Ramon W. ft^den Companies requests a variuice of 4 
feet ta fence height to 8 feet ta height instead of a 4 foot 
feiKC it idlowed ta a reqtdr^ setback from a street on a 
Pvoel (20.47 aaes). Chapel Lake ApBtmentt, VOS Laskta 
Ra^. Lymriuiven Borough. 

19. Samuel Ozmett bf Lesley W, Smith, Sr. requests a 
vtfiMice to a&sw a t;aurch to (verMe on 2.973 acrr-i of tend 
imtead d 3 watt oi land as requfred on Pv eel b. 0.973 
$at»). Lake Christrf^r. 1504 en^MviUe Road. Kempa- 
vUfe Boro^h. 

20. Bdb L. Roiemtal requests a variance (tf 15 feet to a 35 
foot front yard setbadc instead (rf % feet as required on Lot 
61. Section 12B. Part 2. Kings Gram. 820 Ooverdak Lane. 
Lymihiwen Borough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST APPEAR KFCSIE TIffi 
. BOARD. 



W. L. TOWERS 
Seo-ettfy 



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I lOA vmaraA beach sun a Wednesday, april i9, ivn 



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Peanuts, popcorn and fun fill 



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Cloggliig, an old mountain folk dance, was performed 
by the Fun Time Cloggers. 



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FraycM^wrence and Alice Black watch the camical 
events. 



Rose Marie reiriy to kffl a fly, robot style. 




\ 

A carnival spotaortd by the Windsor Oaks PTA was 
held at the elementary school Saturday. 

Included in the days activites was a nAn art booth, 
plant display, a raffle and a haunted house. 

Shows began at 10 a.m. and continued throughout 
the afternoon in the auditcnium. They included Fun 
Time Cloggers, Judy Fields Dancers, Chuck Norris 
Karate, Hula Hoop contest and a pie eating contest. 

The PTA will vote and decide at a later time what to 
do with the procwds from the event. 




Pie anyone? Mil RIggs holds Us own at the pie calli^ 
contest Saturday. 





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VmGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL tf, WTI 



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Windsor 




carnival 




Photos by 
Linda Pitzen 



A crowd gathers around the Spin Art booth to watch 
and participate in some creative painting. 





C.W. Kelley gets a full view of the activities outside at 
the carnival. 




Spectators wait for the next show to iiegin at Windsor 
Oalu Saturday. 



Gifg Plata, a student at Chocli Norris Karate, ^vcs and 
exhibition of icaratc moves. 





Erfe Fendt eiMoys a ride in the "caboose" of the trahi at 
WtudtwOrin. 



JcMtfcr Myers with her Mom Betty Myers caau for Ac 
fu at the CMirtvai. Belty wm a fTMt down and had a 
4uM( smile and ca^y fw tlw kl^ 



12A VIWCINU BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19, im 

tf i ' 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH The 14th day of April, 
1978. 

Re: Sally Adeline Monfort, deceased . 



SHOW CAUSE OROER 



It appearing that a report of the accounts of First ft 
Merchants National Bank, Executor of the Estate of 
Sally Adeline Monfort, deceased, and of the debts and 
demands against her Estate has been filed in the Cksk'i 
Office, and that six months have eb4>sed since the 
quaUfication, on motion of First & Merchantt National 
Bank, Executor of the Estate of SaUy Adeline Monfort; 

IT IS ORDERED, that the creditors of, and all 
others interested in, the estate do show cause, if any 
they can, on the 12th day of May, 1978, befort thU 
Court at its courtroom, against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of Sally Adeline Monfort, 
deceased, to the distributees under the Will, without 
requiring refunding bonds. 

A Copy Teste: John V. Foitress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, Dqputy Clerk. 

I ask for this: 

THOMAS A. CONNOR, 

Attorney for First & Merchants National Bank. 

Executor of the Estate of Sally Adeline Monfort 



Thomas A. Connor 
Ansellft Connor 
4336 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452 
486-6800 

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ORDER OP PUBLICATION 



In th« aerk** OfBce of the 

Qrcuit Court <rf the Oty of 

Virginit Beach, VA, on the 

23rd day of March, 1978. 

Cvole Mappus White, 

PlainUfr, 

against 

Lamar Ewing White, 

Defendant. 

i object of thfas#. Is tjo 

matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the griounds 
of one year's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-reiidcnt 
of the State of Virginia, the 



last known post oflke add* 
ress bfiag: 222 Portat MB 
Drive. AsheviDa, Horth 
Otf oUna 2S8Q} it ii ordered 
that he do appew m or 
before the ISth of Majr. 
1978, and do what aajr be 
necessary to protect ' Us 
biterest hi this suh. 

A copy-teatc: Jolm V. Fen- 

WtH^Mt-ilM %:;.ii.limt(ifjiHi.ir we 

By: Patti A. Kaenehaa, De- 
puty Ckrk. 

Robert H. Bennett p.q. 
3330 Pacific Aveoue 
Virginia Beach. VA 23431 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 13th day of 
April, 1978. 

Delores Banks Boyd, 

Plaintiff, 

agairst 

Kerry Boyd, Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without interruption and 
without cohabitation for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
K-Troop, 3rd Squadron, 
3rd ACR, Fort Bliss. 
Texas. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
5th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patty A. Keenehan, 

Deputy, Cl«k. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
P.O. Box 625 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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VEHICLES AND SCHOOL FURNITURE FOR SALb 



' The Virginia Beach Oty School Board will offer the 
foUowing vdiides for sale 9t public aucticm fot cash on 
an"asis"basU. 

6^Passenger Buses (18) ModeU 1963, 1964. and 

1965 

Pick-up Trucks (2) Models 1963 and 1968 

AutomobUe (1) Model 1967 

Jeep (1) Model 1958 

I 
One lot of miscellaneous furniture that includes the 

following: 

Foldingchairs 
Office Desks and Oiairs 



Sale at School Bus Garage. 1617 Iiidiana Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia (Oceana), Saturday. April 29, 
•1978, at 9:00 a.m..E.S.T. Vehicles may be inspected at 
B:00 a.m. on the day of the sale orby a^wintment with 
Mr. Sorcy, phone 428-4381. 

I All buyers required to certify vehicles and/or 
furniture purchased wiU be used for non-discriminatory 
use. Paymoit for items mi^ be onife by dieck. iqxm 
propo- identification, or 1^ ca^ <m day of side. Sdiod 
Bovd reserves the right to tticct any and/or dl bids. 

E.E. BRICKELL 

DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT 

VIRGIN1A*BEACH CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

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Licensed to Wed 



Gary P, Seay , New York, and Brenda J . Perry, Norfolk. 

Robert W. Warwldc. 434 Cranston Lane, and Paula D. 
Murphy .283 HU Prtace Road. 

Anthony N. Morrett. 3306 Weeping Willow Lane, and 
Nancy J. Wesley. 431 Big Finei Wve. 

Denny B. CargJl, 1295 Glyndoo DrWe., and Jane S. 
Gidloway. 4304 SNrfleid Drive. 

Thomas Harry HoMk, 4800 Eastwfaid Road., aiid Judith 
L. tbussermann, ^ latdale. 

Jeffrey L. Br>..< 4724 Sidllvan Blvd., tad Nona A. 
Steckler, 4724 Sulttv«l Blvd. ) 

David B. Routfhton. 5613 Morhtaigsidc Oonrt and Orolyn 
J. Doss. S417 Prlaoesv Anne Road. 

Edwvd W. Rym. Ohio, and Sharon A. McCoy, OUa 

John L. dark. 2433 Salem Road, and Uzzie M. Jones, 
Chesqxake. 

Edward J. Stefiudk, Jr.. :»0Q Sandfiddler Road., and 
card J. Cote, 290ynadfiddler Rpad. 

Thomas J. m^m, 2443 CUy Avenue, and Grade D. 
Haynes, 2443 d^ Avenue. 

William S. Nbtan. Fkrida. and Jean O. Oakes, Florida. 
Btmo P. Stodt, 1013 Chhiqa^4n Lane, and Kven K. 
Newcomb, 1013 dlMuapin Lane. 

Richard W. Bttet, 4317 Gunbria Circle, and Audrey E. 
Sharf, 174 Covedlry Road. 

Martin O. Sortaaoi. 606 Old Post Road., aad Patricia A. 
Lemke. 608 ad P«i Road. i 

RusseU D. Thokapaop, 745 Lynch ^ne, and Peggy B. 
Foard. 5309 Leesbnrg Drive. 

Robert J. Zukowski. 316 21st Street, and Patricia A. 
Qurkin. 316 21st Street. 

William A. Bnrted. 1161 Old Va. Beach Road, and Obulys 
Leak. Fort Story,_ ^ . „ . . w 

Nfichael S. ForOhob 4646 Ouam Street, and Patricu M. 
Evans, 4646 Quaa^. ... 

Michael D. Burtdi, 149 S. Bi^lding Avenue, and Patricia 
A. SanderUn. 104 Lancaster Court. 



David P. OriOlth, 4448 Lockout Road, and Tanuny L. 
Tomosovich, 4432 Bhukbeard Road. 

Franix JamM Jr., 3748 Historyhuid Drive., and Jacquel- 
ine J. Kennedy. 232 Rocky Mount Road. 

Frank E. Stfanac Jr., 310 2^h Street, and Tammie M. 
Ferrell. 310 24th Street. 



ORDER OF 

WKtexTir 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Oty Of Virginia Beach, 
Va, oil the 13th day of 
April. i978. 

Jan^ Skisan Gates Doran. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

George Ashley Doran, 

Defei^ant, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defoidant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
5810 Seminole Street, 
Berwyn Heights, 
Marylaiui. It is ordered 
that he do amicar <m <x 
bef<»e the 5tii of June, 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
mtorestbi this suit. 

A wpy-Tesbe: John V. 

FratnM 

By: Htd A. Keoidum. 

Deputy Ckrk. 

J. BriM Donndly p.q. 
3104A«^cA^^iue 
Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 

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Carote Thompson MttatMl into sorority 



Harry W. QomweU. 4422 Oc«an View Avenue and 
Oendora V. Wicker, 4420 Ocean View Avenue. 

Henry G. Smhh II. 1228 Qystal Lake Circle, and Barbara 
E. WW, 1228 aystal Uke Circle. 

Jack N. Orlmsley Jr... 4944 Ruth Road., and Mary A. 
Schwartz, 948 Timbertake Drive. . , „ , ,«» 

Kenneth O. Fortta. Suffolk and Kunberly J. Foster, 1028 
Donation Drive. _, j- uo 

Marshall 0. Kunerth, 5760 Albright Drive., and Sarah E. 
Wefch, Alexandria. 

Richard F. Potter, New York, and Zona M Ropert. 105 

Wales Drive 
Oraysoo V. Bradshaw III. 317 Busher Road, and Paul J. 

Mackey. 5832 Susquehanna Drive. n.K«r.h m 

Darryl M. Walker. 416 Coconut Lane, and Deborah M. 
Jakubec, 2236 Tanglewood Trail. r MiH.,« 

Robert J. Kehl. 424 Orossett Street, and Alice C. Midgett. 
424 OoBsett Street. ^ ^„ . 

John H. Stewman, 1900 King Charles Court, and Barbara 
J.Watson. 1029 TivdiOesoent. . ,. ^ . 

James H. Snyder, 516 Ptoe Song Lane, and Linda L. 
Neak, 516 Pine Song Lane. j t -- u 

Manuel Z. Joco, 2213 Wdftnare Drive, and Joyce H. 
Donagan, 2213 N. Wdftnare Drive. 

Edward M Martinson, 508 Bamboo Lane, and Pamela J. 
Qleim, 437 Bamboo Lane. 

James E. Bateman Jr.. 1493 Lotus Drive, and Lisa A. 
ZiniBerman. 100 N. Barwick Crescent. 

George C Merz. 905 Barberton Court, and Nancy A. 
Fulfer, Forest Campbell, Va. 

Uowood S. MQes, 3804 Rope Lane, and Ruth GpoOa, 541 
Keflam Road. 

Ridiard SpeUer Jr.. 3837 Liberty Ridge Road., and 
Sharon K. Perry. 167 Coral Gables Court. 

George E. Qenn, 108 Prince Arthur Court, and Dorothy 
B. Davis. 708 Prince Arthur Court. 

Lawrence E. Haack. 3420-102 Qreen Garden Circle, and 
Virgfaiia L. Baker, 3420-102 Q-een Garden Circle. 

Albert Qiovetti Jr.. 423 Virginia ft-ive. and Evelyn D. 
Carter. 423 ViUage Drive. 

Qdvta E. Piknd. Portsmouth, and Shea C Barlow. 4504 
Wicklow PUkc. 



First Colonial's Guy Morgan named All-American 



Guy Morgan of First Colonial High Sdiool bas been named 
to McDomdd^ all-American high school bitsketball team. 
The 6*9", 205 pound forward, now joins 19 outstanding Ugh 
sduid seniors selected from nominations su^nitted by more 
than 1,500 basketbaU coaches in the country., Morgan is the 
oidy >^ginian muned to the team. 

Twoldue ribbon committees of basketball experts headed 
by John Wooden, retired UCLA coaiA and Ooadi M 
Wooden of OeMatha (HyatUville, MD) »gh School, 

- - ■• ■ I -ir f liijrBd hot ta th* U4U ialaanl\ihi taajti"*- 

Mitgankvir1||ei26.S points and 13.5rebatedii pe^'ttme. 
He was InstHua^nialin leadfaig coach Alton HDD*k Patriots to 
a 17 whi and 8 kM record. Morgan and the otl^er nineteen 
members of the team have been invhed to participate hi the 
MidXnakl'^ all-american game April 15 at the Spectrum m 
Phibidelphia. This long awaited '^eam Game" makes the 
first national East verses West high school contest. 

Cbacfa Iffil has been invited toacconqiany Mor^ as guest 
of McDonald's during the four day stay hi P h i l adelphia It is 



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tremendously exciting for us to have an all-american in our 
community," Bob Oqiestro of the McDonald's at 1676 Laskin 
Road said. "Being named on the top 20 high school basketball 
pbiyers in this country is a real honor for Nfcrgan, Coach Hill 
and the team." 



New 
Officers 

Installed 

The Dunbarton Garden 
Qub will install new ofiicers 
and will have a guest speak- 
er from Khigt Florist at a 
meeting April 20 at 7:30 
p.m. at the honK d Nfrs. 
Cheryl Swierenga. 

New officers are Suzanne 
Horan, i^esident: Cindy 
Robfauon, vice-president; 
Evelyn Hugenel, secretary; 
and Betty Smith, treasurer. 



Beach JMU i 
Students ^ ^ 

honored :;• 

Three James Madisoil;: . 
University studems iCan . 
Virginia Beach wiw« ,;» 
recognized at JMU'S Hpnors;. 
Day iffogram on Ai^il 6^ **•,< 

Margaret S. Major 
received the WaU Street; 
Journal award hoooring^jn^ 
outstandug studeitt majoh* 
hig in accountu^. She is the : 
president of JMU^ chapteC 
(rf Phi Chi Tbeta NittiOna^ 
Business Fraternity and is » 
member of the Percy. H* 
Warren Senior Honor * 
Society, a duqtter of Mortal 
Board, Inc. Earlier thto ytaC 
$ht was named to Who^ 
Who Among Students iir 
AflMrican Ooiteges and - 
Universities fcr 1977-78. ^ 

She is the daughter oiMiZ 
mi Nfrs. Joe S. English^ 
2204 Ebb Tide Road. : 

Joanne L. McKnight - 
received the special educat'C 
ion defwrtiMnt award, « 
presemed annually to air 
outstandmg student m^jor- ° 
big in emotional i 

disturbance. Slw is presid- > 
ent of the JMU Coundl fort 
Children with Behavioral I 
Disorders, a group She was l< 
instrumental m organizing. > 

She is also a member oi- 
the JMU Council for E^cept-^; 
ional Children. A graduate 
of First Cdonial High : 
Schod, she is the dat^htet; 
of Mr. and Mhrs. William R.; 
McKnight. 1401 Bruton t 
Lane. * 

Sarah J. Taykr was aC 
co-recipient of the Johnston^ 
Award for excellence iar 
physical education. She is> 
president of JMU^ Mercury! 
Qub. an organization oC 
physical education majors C 
and has been mvolved witlr 
intercollegiate field hockey^ 
and uitramufal sports a^ 
JMU and has been very^ 
active in JMU^ athletitC 
trauiing program. , Z 

Also a graduate of Firs^ 
Colonial, she is the dauf^te^ 
of Mrs. J. H. Redick. 20941 
Sandpiper Road. ' 



Progreaaive gymnasti^a 
offered at Beach YMCA 

A youth iM-ogressive gymnastics program for boys and 
girls ages sta-sixteen is befaig offered by the Virgin^ Beach 
Family YMCA located hi the United Way Family Center 
next to Mt. Trashmore. 

Induded m this program is a spedaiixed boys gymnastia 
dass designed for boys ages 10 ami up. Skill develof«aent on 
aO pieces of vparatus through the practice and perfomunoe 
of 060F compulsory roitthies is emiriiasisBd. Each child is 

Eetested, placed ia hi* or her aWBty grouptog Md 
itructed hi a series of progresshrely more advanced sUD 
n^fianaanoe levels. 

Registration begins the week of AprU I7th with classes 
b^hmfaig the week of Aprfl 24th. QtU the "Y" a^ 499-2311 
for further uiformatj^ v 






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SNAKES, HERMIT CRABS, 

BIRDS, TURTLES, LIZARDS 

Lg. assortmwit of bird cages 
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C^ole 0. ThoBVMon has 
b^n mhitt^ fatto the Vv- 
gtaia Epstoi c^ter of 
A^haChi« Od DamUoB 
Ui^crsky ta a eatam^ 
teU on UuA 31 tt the 
■Hvcrshy. 

Allte CM WM esti^h^ 
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Ml. ThooiseoB. a resideitt 
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hi Mddo0 nd Murs^. In 
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activkte. she k organtot 
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ofMR^aadthaawther of 
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IRNITURE 
ilARPEt 
ACCESSORIES 
& APPLIANCES I 

OPEN DAILY 10 am <o 9:3ai»i 

VIRGINIA BEACH*fn4 Vi. t—A BM. 
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AttMillenI AttentlonI Attmtlonl 
Callins All 

Rei^tered Voters, especially all former 
students, friends, and foe - 1 need your vote. 




VOTE FOR 
JESSIE WELCH LAWRENCE 

BllAYl 

I plec^e to work for: 

1. Eqtutable base i»y for teachers, police, tod other 
municii^ employe. 

2. Publk transportation for aUdtizens. 

3. Contint^ quality eduaaion;rm a t^icher. 

4. B^to-iniblic^viceg. 

5. Tax reUcf for tte a|^ and disabled vet^ans. 

6. TaxreBeffortaiiordti^ns. _[ 

7. Wdfwer^orai. 

8. Mtoii lobs for the luieav^qfed. 

9. hforepotopttrols in id^^a] areas. 

10. I am committed to wwk for and with all the people in all 
aspects:economically, poUUoOly, moraUy. socially, and reliffoiisly, 

El^t Jessie Weteh Lawrence for a 

Brtter Tomorrow, s 

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Vu»iiia BeackSun 



section b 



Published for the week ending April 26, 1978 



The Official People's Paper 
Serving the world's largest resort city 



Beach parking meters find new homes 





Woody Soamus of tkc BcMk Traffic Control heipi 
explaiD the worldnfi of ■ ptridng meter to ■ prospective 
buyer. 



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Roddy Qattra of 8. Lake Road aad David Joaes of 
Mnitftk Road clMdc oat tke paridng nwtm for sale to 
■elect me JiM ri|^ for tima. 




How many people have their very own parking 
meter? 

About thirty people showed up Saturday morning at 
the Virginia Beach Department of Traffic Control to 
eara that distinction. The city was selling 60 used 
pacUnglneters for $10 each, two to a househoji 

ofilibBaith Road. "If I took this to New York, I'd 



make a mint." 

Most people wanted the meters for novelty. "I like to 
collect unusual things," explained Mike Cromwell of 
White Pine Court^" We might make a lamp out of it. ' ' 

Turning the meters into lamps seemed to be the most 
popular idra among the novelty seekers . 

Robert Smith of Lauderdale Avenue said he might 
put his meter on the bathroom door. "It's one way to 
pay for Vepco," he said. 

Lee Todd will use her meter in her front yard around 
the driveiyay. Scot Henson said he'll put his in the house 
for decomtion. And Monique Lowman plans to put her 
meter bedde the pool table. 

EverycMie hi^ their own plan... and thdr own ideas. 
But md^'^were just curious. 

"It's an opportunity of a lifetime," pointed out John 
Daohoty of Lake Shores. 

And although, Rob Viau was not so sure why he was 
buying one, he explained that "it seems like a good 
thing to have." 



Photos by Joan Coatos 



Lee Todd tea iriaBS to iMT float yard fw kcr bufida. 




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Mrs. Hil Mahler, president of the bo«rd of directors 
of tfce Virginia Beach Pops Symphony AuxUiary, 
turns pages while Mrs. Willis Watson, chairman of 
the lymphony auxiliary, plays a piece on the 
Doaderas' grand piano. 



Hk home of Mr. and 
Mrs. iUlph J. Doudera in 
Ch^i» on the Lynnhaven 
RivCT was the site of the 
first open house 
sp<Masored by the Vinonia 
Bea^ Pops Symphony 
Aiu|^U7 last Thursday. 

Tte fund raising event 
for tke symphot^ included 
a tour of the 
cootemporary house, 
refreshments, chamber 
mu^ and a baice sale. 

Mrs. Hal Mahler, 
prttldent of the board od 
cUit^ors of the symphony 
angary, and Mrs. WiUis 
WiUion, chairman of the 
symphony auxiliary 
directed the event. 

All floral arrangements 
in the house were donated 
by ifeidl Florists. 

Musical entertainment 
was provided by a 
woodwind quintet made 
up of. members. Franic 
Jones, flute; Dan Smith, 
ob<»; Reb^xa Peppard, 
Ff«ich horn; John Julian, 
l^ssoottT'' and Linda 
Jidian, clarinet. 
, Also performing was a 
trio ensemble includingi 
Carol Noona, Dan Smith 
and Pat Nultimer. 




Ernestine Middlcton and Chariotte Kent assisted as 
bosteses, serving refreshments to the gnests and 
helping with the bake sale. 



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A woodwind qnintet provEded some of the omlad 
entertainment during the op«i honsc. Performing in 
the living room men (left to right) Dan Smltt, oboe; 
Frank Jones, flute; Rebeca Peppard, French horn; 
John JuUan, bassoon; and Linda Julian, clarinet. 
The quinut performed works by Beethoven, Bach 
and Aaron Copeland. 



Kltehen hostos Betty Stott pointed out the fact that 
at IcaM one window in every room of the Dondera 
honse presents a view of the water. 



Photos by Paro Vandeveer 







Hostess Pc^^ed H^to the eaadlis to the 
room's unique cinnrieier, an w^nl d«^ by Mis. 
Doudera. 




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Virginia Beach 
H/lilitary Update 



Cropper 



Pederson 



Cbut Quard Oikf Warrutt Officer (W-2) Jini Grappa, 
son of Mr. ud Mri. J«ck Oopper of 21M Keodtf Orde. it 
currently on an Alaskan fisheries patrol in tte North ftdflc 
Ocean. 

Ot is serving as tl» sunrty officer of the Coast Orard 
cutter Morgenthau, homeported in San Franciico. 

During the 82-day patroi, Morgenthan wiD conduct 
surveillance operaticm in tte Nof th Padflc and enforce 
international treaties and U.S. laws, induding the 200-inik 
fisheries conservation zcae. 

Cropper joined the Coast Guard in April 1966. 



Aimm First Oats Robert L. Pederson, son of »^ed 
U.S. Mnine Corps Serfwoit Major and Mrs. Lester H. 
I^dertgn of Kiand Road. I^rginia Beadi. has received the 
U.S. Air Force Catuoendiaion Medal at Seymour Johnaon 
AFB. N.C 

iUrman Pederson, a jet engine mediiidc, was ^ed for 
meritorioas service tt Kadena AB, J^ian. 

Now assigned at SeyiMur Johnson, tlie airnum serves 
with • unit of the Strategk Air Conmuid. 

Hie tkman b a 1972 graduate of Kempsville Mgh School. 
His wife, Cheryl, is the daugtater of Mr. and Mrs. C L. 
Parker of rtomtady IUm^. ^ginia Beach. 



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Heberling 



Timothy A. Heberling, son or Mrs. PhylBs M. Heberling 
of Sandfiddler Road. Virginia Beadi, has been fffomoted to 
senior airman in the U.S. Air Force. 

Airman Heberling, a law enforcement specialist, is 
assigmd at Langley AFB, with a unit of the Tactical Air 
Command. 

The airman is a 1973 graduate of Kellam »gh Sdiod. He 
attended James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.. 
and Tidewater Community College, Virgtaiia Beach. 

ifis father. Donald A. Heberling. resides at Brookcrcst 
Drive, Annadale. Va. 



Miller 



Waiters 



Navy Radioman Second Oass Rogers C Waiters, whose 
wife, LoveU is the dsnighter of Oeorgfai Toran of 4n6-A 
River Road, has returned from an extended deployoMnt in 
the Western Padfic. 

He ii serving as a ae#fflember aboard the frigate USS 
Gray, hom^orted in San Diego. 

This vessel was part of a seven-ship task group tluit 
partic^ed in various training exerdset with otter 
Seventh Fleet tmlts and those of allied nations in tte Sea of 
Jmian, PhOipirine Sea and Indian Ocean. During tteir 
deidoyment, crewmembers vteited severd Far Eastern 
countries. 

Waiters joined the Navy In January 1966. 



Airman Jack E. Nfiller Jr., son of retired Air Force 

/ Master Sergeant and Mrs. Jack E. MiBer Sr. of Irlo Lane, 

Virginia Beach, has graduated at SheM>ard AFB, Tex., from 

the U.S. Ak Force technicd trainfaig course for draaft 

maintenance specialists. 

Airman Miller is being assigned to Seymour-Johnson 
AFB, NC, for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air 

Command. ^ . . . .- .. 

The airman is a 1976 graduate of First Cdonid ngh 

Schod. 



Oldfleld 



Flaherty 



Navy Ensign Henry J. Oldfleld, son of Obtain and Mrs. 
E.C OMfieU Jr.. of 4301 Lookout Road, has comideted the 
Navd Intelligence OCBcer Course. 

Hk five-month te conducted by the Department of 
Defense Armed Forces Air InteDigenoe Training Center at 
Loiny Air Force Base in Denver. It is designed to trahi 
stuiteitts for fbture assignment as a generd or air 
intelHgenoe ol&e. 

A 1973 graduate of Ox Mgh Schod, and a 1977 graduate 
of tte University of Virginia, Charlottesville, with a 
Badiekr of Arts degree, te joiittd tte Navy in Septemter 
1977. 



Navy Lieutenant Mark O. Flaterty.4on of Retired Rear 
Admird and MTs. Michael F. D. Flaherty of ABerson Lane, 
Aprginia Bea^^ pertk^wUng hi tte a^or aUed axerdse 

He is serving as an officer assigned to tte nadear-power- HudfllnS 
ed aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, homeport^ in Almeda. ^ 

Cdif. 

Flaherty is a 1970 graduate of tte U.S. htaval Academy, 
Annapdis. Md., with a Bactelor of Sdenoe degree. 



Robinson 



Murine Second Lfeutenant Q-aig M. Huc^ins, son of Mr. 
and Kfrs. Nitthaniel J. Hudgins Jr. of Tony Lema Lane, was 
graduated from tte Navyls Aviation Indoctrination Course 
(AIQ. 

AIC is tte first step in tte Navd flight training program 
ieadtaig to dMi^ution as a navd aviator. 

A 1977 graduate of Qdiftmia State University, Loot 
Readi, with a Badiela of Science degree, he joiiKd tte 
Marine Corps in January 1977. 



Navy Electronics Tedmidan Third Oass Rotert B. 
Robinson II. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rotert B. RoUnaon of S. 
Fir Avenue.. Virginia Beadi, is partic^Mting hi tte m^jor 
allied exerdse llimpac" VV. 

: He is serving as a crewmemter aboard tte nudear-power- , 
ed aircraft Carrier USS Enterprise, homeported in Atauneda, i 
Cdif. 

: A 1975 graduate of Prhicess Anne Ifigh Scbod, Robfaison^ 
joined tte Navy in Septemter 197S. 



be Moss 



t Tte U.S. Air Force tes iffomoted Cbrtb D. De Moss, son i 

^ Ctartte D. De Moss of Hawk Avenue., Virgida Beach, to | 

tte rank of airman ftrst dass. 

,' Airman De moss is serving at Langley AFB, as a security 

specialist. 

^ Tteairmanisal976gridttateofKetlamMghSdiod. 



Pierce 

' Na^ AvidknStructurd Mechanic First Oass V/mum L. 
Pierce, whose w|fe. Vera, is tte daaiAler of Mr. anil »fri. 
lotan H. Rowson of Joan Terrace, llrgUa Beach, hu tma] 
kekaed as tte supervisor of tte Qotfta for H^ter- 
S<pia(hon 14, based tt Oceana Navd Air Station, Vk^da 
B^idi. 

i ncn« WW choMD MMm afl tte miM^A pn|oaoel 
iMa^Kd » tte Gonanuid, md wm AeA tor Us ffltfitWMftM I 
performance of duty, pxcikkaef, teadml^^, h^tadv* aitfi 
mOttary tearhig dvh^ tte foivth quarts of 1977. 
:. Pierce joined tte mvy hi Ju^ 1966. 



In Windsor Woods 
Pliiza...(^eoii Rim 



THf cAn^Hic fuam 

<» THE HOLT SraiT 



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7 pan. Sot., 9:30 ft 11 ajN. Su^ 

l^fkmm 340-7122 




Baytlde Motors 

4747 Shore Drive 464-4MS 
OMTlaa C. Bale. Sr, and Staff 

Plasssr Amorican 

Maaagtmeat and Ptraoaael 

HayiiM Furnituro Company 

SSt4 VlrgWa Baaeh Bodtnnt 
Fordtnre-Beddtag-Carpetlag 

RoMwood Memorial Park 

l» Wltehdnek Road 497-112$ 
C. C. Kirkpatridt 

Eiii^iiaarlng Madia, Inc. 

IM S. Literty Street 
Charlea Haeterarth and Staff 

Charlla'8 Saafood Raataiirant 

IISS Short Drive 491-MIS 
Mary E. IMptls ud Eapliqrtta 

KaltamHEaton Insuranca Co. 

sill PaeUle Avaaae 4tl-ll«l 

OYOilon's Marliat 

141*Potodeitor»reet M9-»«< 
Tte ovn-tena and Eaqih^M 

Mll<€nd Carpat ^lop 

4746 Vlrgtaia Beach Blvd. 497-4^ 
iKjfUtr B. Carr aid Ea^loytta 

Funritura Showrooms 

m E. Utttt Creek Bead 
mi S. Wtttary ngiMay 

AfKly'a MamMig Mid Haatfno. 

lOM Canl Ortve ^-SOM 
MIe-IUilalerad-llew aad (M Work 

Brantwood f^Uwirant and Lmmge 

Itn G«M^ Waadagtaa Rigfe«ay 
i,Va. 417-Mll 



KampsvW* Pharmacy 



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L^pa LeavM 



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as Sailor of the Quarter 



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Aviiaion Ordnanceman Second Oass (AOl) Mack T. 
AdcUsoo tes teen setected as tte f*ivd Air Station Oceana 
SaUor of tte Quarter for AprU, May and June 1978. 

Assign^ t'o duties at tte Aircraft IntermedUte htom- 
tenance Department (AIMD). A02 Addison was selected on 
tte tesis (rf "^military and lurofessiond knowledge, perform- 
ance evduations, training and advancement accomplish- 
ments, ability of setf<xpressioo and off-duty 
achievements." 

For A02 Atklison, telng selected as SaUor oi the Quarter 
was one of tte goab te had set for himself wten he enlisted 
in the Navy in May 1973. 

"With pride in yourself and your work and a determinat- 
ion to do tte test you can, ttere wre certain rewards you can 
expect to earn," according to AOZ Addison, "wd telng 
selected as Sailor of tte Quarter is one <tf those rewards." 
ated fbr his immeasurable technicd knowledge and 
abiUty to maintain the F-14 airaaft M61A1 gun and 
associated loading systems." he has earned the "Respect and 
admiration of fleet squadrons assigned to NAS Oceana as 
well as co-workers at AIMD." 

Commended for his numerous loff-duty educationd 
achievements, an accomplishment ttet b dten tioMS 
difficult to oomiriete with success due to the rigors of 
military Bfc," A02 Addison is taking Bible study courses and 
waking towards an assodate's degree in management from 
Saint Leo% CbUege in Florida. He expects to complete all of 
the requirements for his degree by early 1979. 

Tte 24-year-dd son of Rogers and Oenetter Addison of 
indiuida, NBss, A02 Addison has teen working at AIMD 
for two years, one year while assigned to Attack Squadron 
176 (VA-176) and the other whUe attached to NAS Oceana. 
Attached to the AIMD Armament Department as tte 
assistant work center supervisor, he also serves as Safety 
Petty Officer and assistant CSjrrosioo Contrd Petty Officer. 
A02 Addison and his wife aoria currently resi^ in 
Virginia Beach. 




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Cdr. Daly named 

''Boss of Year" 
by businesswomen 



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?^CAPTAIN AMERICA 



MEETS THE MUNCHKINS'. 
59« EACH, 

A • iiiii|hii.ilik> v.iIhi' III Sl IH 

(A 16-os. OBTAIN AMERICA 
SUPERHERO GLASS nLLED 
WITH • mmCHWINS.) 



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* 5(te Personnel Support Aetlvity Detachment at Dam 
f^, has teen named the 1978 Boss of the Year by PoOy 
ItffllM ChaiMer oi the American Business Womenl 
Association. 

Ite award was presented by Debbie Rippard the 
duqfrter's fifth annud "Boss Night" meeting. 

ITilliam B. Seymour, assistant vice president for 
personnel and Ubor reUtions with the Seaboard Coastline 
Rdlway, was the guest speaker for the event. His topic was 
■^st Rooms Arent For Resting." 

Boss Night is an annud event established to honor 
eoidoyers of ABWA memters and to familiarize employers 
wkh the educationd assodation. 



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oficrcd. So hurry iiii ovrr li> I 
DiHiuiN <tnd l<ik«> one home lodnv Mare 
it's l(Mi !<«•«'. <)(ff*r K <|<io(l <it ti<iriii'i|i<i(iii<| 
Diinkiii' l>iHHil<> shops while siipplv lasts. 

ffsm 

Irs worth the tri|>. 

Norfdk: 1100 N. Military Hwy. 
IVirginla Beach: 2448 Virginia Beach Blvc 
Ctesapeake: 3277 Western Branch Blvd' 



JNKIN U<kaD <H(, 



Why do iiamaas have codi an affinity for 
growing things? Every home no malter how 
•maU has at leaM OM green plant dutt is lender* 
lynntorcd. Pertepa dii* !• tte only way many 
of u can m w^"***" oar contact with God. 
Whenevor we sec evidence of new growth we 
are ranlnded ttet God is stUi at work b tte 
wond. 

S^tnal powth is mueh more sohtle, but 
It b every fait as important Are yon eontinu- 
ing to experienee •pirihud powdh Jut as your 
^■Dtt ei^erlasiee new p<owthf 

If yen have ket toi^ wMi your AvaA, 
mA» a roMwed eS<nl to attend diis Sunder. 
Y«m will e&perknee new p«wdi ae a reMlt 



Willis Furniture at HHItop 

1712 Laskla Road 428-SISl 
L. H. Bums aad Statt 

Price's Incorporated 

4980 Pembrote Mall 6tl-S706 
Brand Name Ai^llaaces -TV-Stereo 

Smitii Sales and Service 

4t0 BatUefldd Blvd. N. 947-2989 
Elwood Smith aad Employeea 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1839 Uakla Road 428-0827 
Church Aecounta Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry and Moses Todd and Staff 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Polodezter Street 949-7837 
Janes L. Marshall and Employees 

Higgins Realty, Inc. 

8880 ladlaB River Road 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrlsoo ud Aasoctatea 

ChMapeake Savings and Loan 

Frank n. Wood aad AaaMlates 

Southern States 
Chesapealce Assn., Inc. 

1784 S. MiUtary Hlghvay 420- IMl 
L. Belmoiri WilUama anl PtrwMuiel 

«I.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

i. D. MUea. Jr. and AssocUtes 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
BullcHng Supplies 

PrtMoaa Aim station a7-3200 
Pr^ aad OavM KeUaai 

W4. * Wly** Rhodes 

1231 Lawd Avemie, ChMi^Mln 
4K-7100 ^4-9729 



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Will party socks... 



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Photos by Joan Coates 



Her pink Isce anklettes ready Coortaey Marshall of 24th 
Street for a night oat. 




ByPAMVANDEVEBR 
SUN News Editor 



Here's a fad that will knock your socks off -- knee sodu 
that is. Now it's time to try on the latest £uhion - ankle 
socks! 

ReiMmber those '30s and '40s little girl party socks? Well 
theyVe back again and^ing worn by fashion trendsetters 
coast to coast ~ even in Virginia Beach. 

A SUN interview with several fiuhioo stores in Pembroke 
Mall revealed that, although the fad basn^ gotten into fiill 
swing yet here at the Beach, ankle socks are beginning to 
catch on with a few of the fiishion-conscious. 

The perfiBct finish to complete an "Annie Hall look.'ankle 
socks are available not only in white, but oxne in |Mle shades 
of i»nk, blue and yellow and may be plain or trimmed in lace. 

They're worm with high heels, flats or silk sliiqxrs and 
straight or ruffly skirts and pants. 

NfiUer and Rhodes at Pembrdce carries the socks in 
several lace-trimmed colors. But according to sales person 
Teri Frend, she's only sold one pair seriously so fcr. 1 see 
them in all the magazines," she said. Theyte what I wore 
when I was a little kid. I think they lock ridiculousP 

Nancy Taylor, assistant manager of Wihier^ at Pembroke 
said their branch store has sdd a few pairs. "I think H might 
be a little early in the season to see how popular the fed will 
be here at the Beach," she said. 

1 havent seen any customers wearing them, but in the 
fashion «hows t*int*<; all th^vV.^ wrarinf!. Some wear white 





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hose underneath the anklets." 

Wodworth's which has carried white ankle socks for over 
SO years, hasn't had a pic% up in sales at Pembroke Mall yet 
due to the hd, according to deiwrtment head (felen 
Johnson. 

"We always carry a b^ stock of anklets," sIk said, XMct 
women wear them with slacks and we sell quite a few (Murs." 

The case is much the same at Sears. Sales person Joyce 
Grant pointed out their selection of pastel anklets which are 
available in a package of three pairs. 

The anklets we carry aren't new, we've carried them for 
quite aiew yefU's. We haven't sdd any to go with dresses 
yet", she said, ^^^hink it will be a passing fiui. I don't think 
they look that gora wjth.a dress." 

Eloise Britt of Ranters and Janet Pacentrilli of College 
Shops in Pembrdce said they havent seen anyone here 
wearing anklets yet. 

But Bonnie Cassida, sales person at Stitches, has. I've 
seen a few people walk by the store wearing them with silk 
shoes and ruffly skirts. I think it's jt»t a fad and woni last 
long." 

But who knows? They Ye cool, they Ye comfortable, and a 
lot of big names are wearing them. Cher, Linda Ronstadt, 
Raquel Welch, Kfichelle Phillips, Helen Reddy, Donna 
Sununer, Lynda Carter, Sara E^lan and Nfarisa Berenson 
are only a few of the notables who have been seen running 
about in anklets. 

So watch out Virginia Beach. It% time to put on your 
dancing shoes and SOCK it to ^ml 





SalHng In Mide so^s are • lot cooler than panty how or 
socks, says anklctte lovers. 



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Qamta CoMati, age 3, taf s sbs^ rigM tai style, lurlai 
won nddets for scvcnrf years. Ouuida is4lM daaghtcr of 
Batch aad Osroi Goddard ef Vlrftaria Beach. 



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i^dets BTrtMe M Mier Mi Wmte* ta f^eaAnte MU. 



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New tree beautifies school 



Linkhorn Pwk Schod nov; 
has another Oepe Myrtlt 
tree to help beautify it's 
laws, and the children of 
Mrs. Applegate's class have 
a living remhranoe to 
remind then of their days at 
Linkhorn. For Arbor Day 
they planted at beautiftil 
C^epe Nfyrtle, 



Mrs. Applegate and 3rcl grade class 



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Beach students dance for charity 




Make a new warch^(Ae 



Do you feel Uke yon need a wardrobe fcr every season? If 
SQ^j^ a look at-todayV vmatUe finl^m wliuA can be 
w^^or aiqp dtette. Wkh a sfai^ pitttera ud a good 
•dl^ioD of ftbfks and colors, you am mdce your own 
MHonless ftsUoBS ^\dk being creittive and saving money. 

The Virglnfai BcatA Department of Agrkxtrnt, Virginia 
Tftt Extension Division wfll oHet their sprii^ sewing 
Gb|iacs begin^^ >M>ril 26. Anyow faiterested in rcgisterfaig 
for six weeks of tMn sewing or adult sewii^ wiU have an 
opportuoity to do so by calling tlK Depnrtnent of 
Agriculture at ^-4611. 

fixtension^ sewing courses are designed for the imlividual 
w^ enjoys sra^ group dMses with emfdiasb on 
fanUvidualized tatructlca. Adult lewtav will be dfered on 
WednesdiV evening beginning April tt from 7:30-9:30 p.m. 
inn sewing will be taught on Thursday afternoons, 
^teinnii^ AfffU 27 from 4-6 p.m. 
^he instructor, MOdred Manger, will guide the pvticip- 
ttits through u individual prcject. Sewii^ experience is not 
necessary for either class. Partidpants are not required to 
brfaig sewing si^:^s to the first class imeting. 

The classes wfll be taugM at tlw VPI Annex lootted on 
South BIrdneck Read, directly in front of Seatack 
Ekmemary School Registration is necessary and the cost is 
$15.00. 



Pat Vakos, SCH sponsor, Meg Lanchantin, girls student 
coach, Mre. Mary Wnyne Watson, womans faculty conch, 
Chris RccUhig, boys student coach, and Kim Owens, SCA 
president, all of indcpcmlciice Jonior High School, bold 
np a check for $115, repiescntlng the proceeds from n 
bcneflt baskctban gnmc they staged between faculty and 
students to raise funds for the Virginia Easter Seal Society 
for Crippled Chidden and Adults. The check wai 
presented to a representative from the Virginia Beach 
Easter Seal Center. 



Craft class preeented 



Leam llf esaving 



The Wtaidsor Woods 
Brandi of the \%ginia Beach 
public library system will 
present a special aaft class 
for young people ages 9 to IS 
on Friday, Ai»fl 21, at 4 
p.m. 

The craft session will be 
on sockcraft and eadi 
partidpuit must bring one 
pair of bulky knee socks. All 
other materials wiU be furn- 
ished by library. 

The class has been limited 
to 2S on a registration basis. 
Registration is currently 



umlerway and requires a 
parentli signature on the 
registration fiorm. 

No phoM registrations 
will be taken. 

The class will begin 
promptly at 4 p.m. and be 
comideted by 3 p.m. 

The lilH-ary is located 3612 
S. Plaza Trail in the Princess 
Anne Plaza area of Virginia 
Beach. 

For fiirther details, call 
Sandy Throckmorton at 340- 
1043. 



Advanced Hfcsavtag is being offered at the Virginia Beach 
Family YMCA located in the United Way FamUy a«er 
next to lit. Trashmore. 

Red &OSS certUkatton can be obtained or renewed m tune 
for the summer session. . , « u »■ . 

Classes wfll meet two nights a week for five weeks. First 
dass begins AprU 24th with the second clasi begining May 
Wth 

Registration for both sessions begins the week cf April 
17th. on the "Y" at 499-2311 far ftirther information. 



Babysitting course offered 



The Tidewater Chapter, American Red Qoss will be 
offering two babysitting courses for junior high age youth 
who are faterested la becoming Red Gross Certified 

Babysitters. ^ .. / », 

The first course wfll be taught from AprU 24th to May 
22nd at the Tidewater Red Gross, 611 W. Brambleton 
Avenue from 6 to 8 p.m. Osll 625-6791 for information and 

enroOment. , „ , ^ 1- 

The second course wfll be conducted at Red Qoss offices 
in the United Way Family Service Center located at 4401 
South Boulevard in ^ginia Beach. It wfll run from AprU 
19th through May 17. Cril 499-2311, ex. 261 for enrdhnent. 
The above courses are designed to teach the basics of chUd 
care so that those ewdled are better qualified to babysit 
infints and sniidl difldren. 



Basic fencing taught 



Fencing is being offered at 
the Virginia Beadi Famfly 
YMCA located in the United 
Way FamUy Center next to 
Kft. Trashmore. 

Learn the basic 
equiinnent. stances and 
techniques, as well as, con- 



troUed sparring practice. 
AU equipment provided. 

Registration begins the 
week of April 17th for 
classes beginning the week 
(rf AprU 24th. CaU the "Y" at 
499-2311 for further 
information. 



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Easter Seal wins in 

faculty basketball game Flower arranging 



Sun classified ad nets resuits 



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Family YMCA is leased to 
announce a Ivand new pro- 
gram, j^Nuese flower arr- 
anging, to the spring line-up 
ofdasses. 

The instrndor , a graduate 
of Ikebana Sogetsu (Sdiod 
of Living Benity), teadies 
the use of live flowers in 



•tk«*Mwap%(rt5!i 
adqjtable to contempor^y , 
living. 

Registration begins the 
week of AprU 17th with 
dasses beginning the week 
of AprU 24th. OaU the "nf" at 
499-2311 for tatthtr 
information. 



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Cheryl Niedzwiedz, Col. Tony Kamp, regional director of 
Easter Seals, Drrann Murphy and Jeanettc Marsh, stand 
behind the prizes awarded for partldpatlon In the Easter 
Seal Disco Dance-a-Thon. The three winners raised a total 
of $451.70. 



TIk counseling center of 
the Virginia Beadi Osn^nis 
of Tidewater Community 
College wfll hdd "Spring 
Review Programs" for area 
high schod seniors during 
the month of Aprfl. 

Frograms are scheduled 
for AprU 26 and 27 from 1:30 
p.m. mttfl 3:30 p.m. tai 
Bdlding B, Room 100. 

Ckaduating seniors who 



plan to enrdl in the coUege 
far either the summer quar- 
ter beginning June 13 or the 
£sU quarter beginning in 
September should attend 
one of the programs. 

Further information is 
avaUable from the Tide- 
water Community College 
Counsding Center by calling 
427-3070, ext. 156. No 
reservation is required. 



United f attiers meet 



Fathers United for Equal 
Rights will hold its next 
meeting April 26 at 7:30 p.m. 
in Kim Memorial Library in 
Norfolk. 

Dr. Katherine Kersey of 
Old Dominion University will 
sp«ik on "The, Role of the 
Father in Child I^vdoiMnent 



and Joint Custody." 

Dr. Kersey has testifiMi 
before area judges on the 
importUKX of a fathCT in 
childrens' lives and 
development, as wdl as, tlw 
routts trend of awarding joint 
custody. 



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Richard and Sandy 
M(»ris(Mi sold their 1973 
Plymoititfi' statioHr^HiDnin 
one day . . . with the help 
of the Virginia Beach 
SUN/Chcsapeake POST 
classified ads. 

"Someone called, came 
by and looked at it and 
bought it. I sold it the day 



after the ad came out in 
your papa," Sandy said. 
**This otr fMi hi tfie local 
daily papei^or two weeks 
and sold in one day in 
yours." 

The Morrisons are so 
satisfied with the success of 
the SUN/POST classified 
ads that they plan to use 



them again. "If wo have 
atgrthhig else to sell, we'll 
«^tttaly use thtm," Sandy 
noted. 

To insure success with 
items you might have to 
seU. give the SUN/POST 
dassified ad sales a call at 
1^3430 or S47-4371. 









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Croquet contest planned Open house April 27 







The udxA services 
program of the Virginia 
Beadi Reo-eation Cmter is 
getting ready for thit great 
outdoors with a croquet 
tournament m the fdannfaig 
far Aft^ 28 at 2 p.m. on the 
grounds of the rec center. 

Registration far the 
townament will be AjvU 22 
through 26 at the pubflc 



faifamuttfan dedc in the cen- 
ter kM)y. Anyom 18 years 
of age and over with a 
Virginfai Beadi Reoeatkn 
Center tdemiflcation card k 
eUgiMe to enter. 

For ihrther faifarnMthB. 
coittad the Virginia Beadi 
Recrei^ion Center, 800 Mon- 
mouth Lane or cafl ^9-1281. 



AD persons biterested in 
pvhamentary {ffooedures 
are hivhed to attendan ojpen 
house wUch wUl be held by 
the ^ginhi Beach Unit of 
NAP « the Virghda Beach 
Christten Chivdi on the 
corner of Grett Neck Road 



and RosehaU Drive on AprU 
27th at 8 p.m. 

Partidi»nts in a Model M 
meeting wfll be members aS 
the unit, the Oirl Scouts and 
Exjdorers. 

Refreshments wfll be 
served. 



MHss Mcintyre named 



Nightly revival services 



Gospel program 

The Lewis Gospel Singns 
of Virginia Beach will be 
singing at the Fellowship 
Baptist Church, 2261 
%4^rard Road, Deep Creek 
on ^day, April 23, at 3 p.m. 

PastcMT of the church is 
Reverend Percy Willis. 



Debra Jean Mcintyre. a 1974 padnate of Norftlk 
Academy and a fbrmer resident of VI^Btat Beadi. lua been 
named a princess and wfll partk^pata hi the Court of Oeen 
ShensKkjah durfaig the Nby fosthrtf in IK^achester. 

Hie dmghter of Jean Boyd ^IcbiCyre) Lacy of Front 
Royd, she k a senkr tt the OoD^ of WOrna and Miry 
nu^ortag hi elementary education. 



Ffrst Churdi of The 
I^tazarene, Virginia Beadi, 
wfll hold dd £uhiflned 
revhrd servkes open to the 
puUk: nightly at 7:30 p.m. 
through Simdhqr, AprU 23. 



Featiued speaks is Rev. FoKworthy. 



George Stevenson. 

The diurdi is located at 
4413 Wbhart Rd.. near Hay- 
aood Shopimig center. 

Paster is Rev. Warren E. 



Beach recyclers respond in full force 



lessons 



Tenms lessora we being 
oftred by the Virgink 
We&A Family YMCA kxated 
m the U^ed Way Famfly 
Oittcr Mar Kh. Truhmore. 

Lessons far afl dnUty 
tevek, ages ten throi«h 
Mtek. as weO as, itrdce 
dWs far Sm tuniflf tbt 
oMid^s, b^in the 
wmk ist April 2<tth with 
r^str«ioB tte w^k of 

CU the IT" at «»-23n 
far tether nfcmKlm. 



Gardm dub sponsored 

To ^ov# that no one M ever too dd to be a ganfen 
clubber, the Mhy F«m Garden ChA te sponsorta^ a chrii m 
the Medic Home Center on Lym Shores Drive. 

Meeting every Thursday, the senor gtf den dtab mendwrs 
partidpate in jM^rons itKlmftog flower IdewMoikm, 
flower arranging, care cf toisei^Ms and most reoeittlbr 
Easter i^ket arrai^enient. 

The Medic Home Ovden Ghib ww sttfted by Mn. Oecfl 
Avery, gv den theraw chdr^ rftte M«r Farm Ooh « a 
HANDS gKden tber^? p^cdi^M». Avey rtoag wfth 
other May Farm immbers preset the progrpM. serve 
refreshmenu and visit with the reMa^. 



FrankHn 
promoted 



Suzamie N. FranUto, 
fammly assistam cttUer 
and assistam nanager of the 
^^ida teach Btmdt of 
Fhst and Merdiants NMkb- 
d of 'mewater, 1ms been 
18-qmated tonumi^ ot tts 
teyside teandi on Ii^pen- 
denoettvd. 

Mrs. Frankhn, a graduate 
of Wflltaffl ud Mey, r^ehr- 
ed her B.A. degree fai 1972. 
and htt beenen^cg^ with 
Ffrst and Merch^s since 
1974. 



Vkgtate Beadi ahnnfamm recydan ropaided la Ml teee 
to the ■Sflw Mhr Satnrd^T pwBfltlan hrtUi« 
SaturdiV at the Rcyaoids Ahttnten Beeyctng On^aey 
servlee center hett. 

■Thi response Iqr the puWe to ttt ewem im 
tremadous," lafcl Darryl D*d, R^mdA local mvlee 
ceittaraaaager. "Wehope peoptotaflu l^r^ala Beach area 
wfll etnthne to recycle their riuahHua. ad Just hscMM cf 
the wvhonmeatal heneflts. birt afco heonse h caa he 
ecaneadealbrbiaefldidtothem.'' ^ . ^^ 

Readers hrh^g in theflMit afairiliMm to tha RqfmMs 
terviee center at i«S Ah RaB A^mt *»*«•.«>• "rti 
sessisi were: DomU Downtaig of SflAhIdd ^th< tX 
pon*. Joe Bdwar* of Norftk wkh S06 pounds and 
Nfidiari <>^ of ^rlMBOBth with 34S poimds. 

In 0e afternoon imkn the wteriag recyclers w«c: 
C^rlN Rasi^e cf Vh^ahi Beach wUh 2,170 poonft. 
RoBi^lorGe orvk^iia leKft wkh 2.104 ponadi aid »*s. 
LMsMie af HtfMk wkh 712 pounds. 



15,776 pomdt of alamhnun were re«fded \ami^ the 

mnifi^ racgteien tai bdh sesskss received 25 sUver 
doim im flrit liiee, IS s&v» doflars far secowl i^k« ami 
thhd^heeirtnmrMehredSIOinsflver. "^ 

Mae wtai^s ve hi wldtthsn to the 17 oeirts a pouad 
Reyadds pafs far aD-ahuifaum beverage can and other 
deal hoBiitteld itemiaum su^ m pie i^^ kB, fronn 
fcod ral ^mm tr^ps, dip, pwh^ md mett (Mntabwrs. 

Ctetala oter henv, faidMl^ du^unn sidng, gutters, 
a^Mi^ym storm ctoors and wtatkiw frunes, uid town 
tertwe tiAtag, arc abo worth 17 cetts a pound if properly 
prepw^ IVk' dutttaiMi mint be free of aU fareign 
oMttertofa, art to k^hs not ex«edfaig three faet ud shoidd 
tm he irixed wkh lABminnm (»u. 

I^MM wiMm mra tafamttMi on Reynolds dununiun 
r^SP^m propiB ti^'^gMa B^iA wea nny od 004) 

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VIRGINU BEACH SUN D 



WEDNESDAV, APRIL If, \m TB 



In obs0ryatlon of historic garden week . . . 



Virginia Beach resort area tour set for April 25 




Acrylics, many of them dbcovered tt Boardwaik Art 
Skows, mmke accents of dear, light cdor throaghoat the 
Smith honse. Several of the most attractive are in the Uving 
room; Dot Woodaii'k yellow-headed, tanned chfldren on a 
white heach, two smaller acrylics by Mary Jane Hopkins, a 
ideuant view of the Bayvflte Farms oyster wharf by Jean 
Saab. A coHection <rf needle point pillows, all matt bf Mrs. 
Smith, enliven the white sofa ud chairs. 



The Littles' three level contemporary house rises over the 
dunes and gives forth a magnilicent view of sea and sand. 




The Virginia Beadi Resort Area Tour will take place 
Tuesday, April 2S from 10 a.m. to S p.m. in otnervation of 
ifistoric Qar(ten Week in Virginia. 

Block tickets are $S and will be available at each house on 
the day of the tour. Proceeds from garden week go to 
preserve and restore the grounds and gardens of Virginia's 
\histadc fauikSngs. 

nr WntamoMB vriH be^wrafl ate k'«l fT) a m ^^S1^itJt^^qi«<Wi, 
Hicker Hall, Pacific Avenue aX 40th Stfeet beginning at 12 
aoon. In the main church will also be an exhibition of 
leedlepoint designed and worked by the ladies of the 
xngregation. 

A 'blooming Art Exhibit" of paintings accented with 
loral arrangements wUl be on display at the Virginia Beach 
^s Center that day as part of the tour. Refreshments will 
le served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Houses open for tiK tour wiU be the Whitfield house, 109 
4th Street; the Sewell house, 211 61st Street; the Smith 
touse, 6610 Ocean Front; the Brown house, 116 68th Street; 
nd the Little house. 7802 Ocean Front. 

information center for the tow wiH be the Virginia Beach 
luunber of Oommeroe. Individuals or groups wishing 
dvanoe tour reservations should contact tour chairman 
frs. John F. Marshall Jr. at 428-6384. 




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The living room, of the Httle hoose, located oo the secoad 
level, has on two walla tiers of sliding glass doors reaching to 
the ceiHng of the third level, and opening onto decks. 



Tke rew garten of the WUtfleM hoose is gHmpaed 
throiVh the dkibig room. Here, umsnaily fine pieees 
yKhMttiqi an AMericaa watamt corMr oipboard, teadsone 
E^Hsh AestHNhebest, serpentine Hep^wldte sideboairf 
we talhuited by the rare triple pedestd Sheraton banqaet 
tdrie. NolaUc b the targe CUoese porcelala Jartfntere. 



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Beaeii VCU students 
InttlaUdbito H'aterntty 

Three Virginia Oonmooweabb University stwients from 
Virgbte Bea^. Suan F.P. Lawior. Deborah P. Stan and 
nmetaF. Weter, have been initfatted into tl^ VCU AajAer 
of Deka Ondaoo, an internatknal music fraternity. 

Miss LMrkr, daugltter oTMr. and Mrs. Fraods J. Lawkv 
of '^gUi teadi, ta a so^oraore stu^rii^ music edw^ion 
at VCU. 

Ikfrt. Sacra, teugteer of Mr. ami Mrs. John W. Pkrce of 
Virgtato BnA, to a p«tatte stwltent studyug music history 

at VCXI. 

NOss WeDer, dm^hter of Mrs. Janet C WeBer ofVi ^gh 
BeaA. to a iO|4K»Kre maioring in musk ediK^ioo tti 

Ma^bamp ta Deka QsteoB, tyen to mmm 
•twiwu ud imlty, to Mentfied on tlie bMto tf i 
sdtebtf s^ a^ t^acter . Delta Onkron serves to ^ottXe 
^1 ftntter tl» work of women coa^Mters as weB as al 





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with DON [WIS 





BRAND NEW 
CAMPER SHELLS 
$169.95 

Slide-In campers in stock 

Prices slashed on 

Largest Inventory Ever 





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TAYLOR'S 

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Take a day off and 
laava the cleaning to us. 

627-9570 




WORK FROM YOUR HOME 

NO SELLING 

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We are UsdkO^ for mature persons who we self starters to 
do telephone work from their homes. Must have Mornings 
and evenings free to caU. Good worlcers may exceed $4.00 
per hour worked. $2.65 per hour guaranteed when starting. 
Must however be (piattfied toadvance to higher wage. Write 
Mr. Mason, 6159 Virginia Beach Blvd.. Norfolk. Virginia 
23502. Please Indude pbOM number. 




DIRKCT LINE PHONE 



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*^ _J TIDEWATERS MOST EFFEOTVESHgPPlNGCTIJBi^ 



Proftcr four Invstmmtl S— om of. thf*9 l»»<tlng ana Railtortl 

You can trust a Realtor! 






House 
of the 
week 






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Realtors 



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HattoaPolBtEitalH 470STaiiplar Drive, Portsmouth 
WATERFRONT-tri-kvd witk 4 bedrooms, IVi 
baths, tauric cat-ia kitchea. Fcatarcs tbermopaac 
wladows, daal toac hcadag aad air coadlttonlag 
lystcms, flrcplace, raadom width plank flooriai aad 
2car taragc. SItaatcd oa a alcdy laadscapcd lot with 
boat dock aad iricr. BRADY ami Assoc. 4S4.9600 









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Taylor Brothers 
R^ky Co. 

Paige Ta^nr, Rrolnr 
31M TYRE NECK ROAD 
Onrchhuid 

484-4542 




BRADY 

Associates, Inc. 

Realtors 

Flaia Shepptag Caater 

484-8600 

PAUL V. MtADY 

Res: 488-2271 
CHURCHLAND 
AOBNTS FOUL: 

CHARLES D. JOHNSON 
ft SON,INC 



SASSER 



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SSMTjrrcNediRd. 

484-6690 




LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk County 
Finance Co. 

Locally OwMd 

of 
342 Ba^^JMd Blvd. 

Wilson Shopping Shopping 



AMOnNG 



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HOME 
ERVICES 



D.R.STAKES 



No Jei too Ug te too saHl, 
ianaatfste aad pcrssacl atr- 
vlce. Low overhead prlcea. 
We flaaacc. CUi aayttaM. D. 
R. Stdwf, 8S3-7592 or K5- 

853-7592 
855-0351 



OfANING New homes ud 
rentals. All Undi of Oean- 
ing. CU1421^'n7. 



JC'SPLUMBINQ 



Repairs aad aMdlRcatii 



No Job too 
24 hr. scrTicc. Low ratca. 

461-9105 
587-3002 

"EHICack" 

HOME 

IMPROVEMENT 

CO. 

Kftdiea remodeling 
Uttooom renMiteling 
Atamimffi siding 
Omi^liulb 
l^ona<tttkns 
Cvpentry 
Fire{Auxi bulb 
QKn^e to Faadyrom 
CoBversien 

YoHMSKb.wel dok! 
»M«9or»7.7178 
Aaythne lor free estnuMc 
^ ttttc regBtered 
cmtmv (16191) 



Oeramk A floor tie. Old 
A asm work. Satltfsoen, 
kit<teu and poreha. FREE 
ot^Met. 



DEBOU>*S 
MAQIC MIST 

YOUR TKED ophelitery 
can be cleaned md givm 
new ttfe by Debtdd^ Mtt^ 
Kist. Qdl 425-6085 fcr free 

««»-»" 425-6085 



RUSSEU'S HOME 
IMPROVEMBITS 

Room adittiaai. bath- 
rooms kitdwas. garages and 
general hosne repairs. Oill 
anyttaie for free etthaatei. 
485-3775. Uoeued, bonded. 
10 yrs. exp. 

486-3775 




Peggy Knight 
School of Music 

ANNOUNCES 
""Gfi^wtis tis^pisteft-'ifeoi'f 

Rythm Classes -Ages ?-$ 
Member of the National 
Guild of Piano Teachers 
BA in piano - ODC 
M Ed. from UVA 13 
13 years experience in 
primary education and 
private piano teaching 



1206 Hawthorne Drive 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

Ph. 420-0554 




A» quoted by me U.S. D^. 
of Labor, Bureau<riLabor 
SMMics,BulMinNo. 1875 






ImSIM} 

Slwt DOW to iliM for a prof es- 
rioMl cweer drhriny a "Big 
l&TOur private tnnigadioal 
ooen oonvetent instructos, 
modon equipmeitt and dial- 
len^ tnming fields. Keep 
your job and Iran on part time 
bua (Sat & Sun.) oc :«end 
oar 3 week Ml lime resident 
ti^r^. CaD ri^ now far fuH 



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VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-499-3707 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

545-7318 




ftdkters 

Honw laqjrowemeitts 

Contractors 

Otfa^ftOders 

Roee Aifaltiaas 

Roaa-Gvpertt 

KbcheB RfModfHng 



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H^ E. mtk, St. 
1800 hrfc Aveaae 
Ch ef^ea k e , Va. 



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VOU NAVf NfARO A80UT HIR ON 
V. AND RADIO -NOW Sii Nf I M mSON 

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PALM 
READER 



MADAM 
ANGELINA 




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PAUI READBt A ADVISOR 

tmAS THE PAST, PBSamT A FUTURE 
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 

AU MAOINGS MB HAMR 4 CONFIMNmi 

MIIMU NflPYOU ON UM, HfflNIM Al>« 

mmmoi. vvouampanjncin 

VOUIKM, wewHLMlPI^SU. MM B 

NO tmmim so gha? iwt sm canm»t 

NlIP YOU. ONI V«ir WIU, CONVttKf YOU 

••• (^ca 8iM a.ab to UiM PA ••• 

WaefcispB aad tai^vs 

■salofwd -^ 

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CALL 488-07Sa 



RE/MAX 
Realtors 

.• , is presetting an 
iofcmnational seminar on the 
RE/MAXf 100 percent C(»Qmission Pr(%rafli. 

All Real Estate Brokers, Sales Associates, and 
Affiliates are invited to learn the true facts i^ut the 
RE/MAX 100 percent Commission Program. Come see 
why this DYNAMIC Firm has grown into a imuor 
national network of offices in less than four yean mi: 

WedMiftiy, AprU 19tii, st 7:30 p.iii. 

Sheraton Botch Inn 

Ocean Front at 36^ Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Free admission and ccHnpUmentary cocktails. 
RE/MAX Js the laiiest n^work of 100 percent real 
estate companies with offices from coast to coast. 




COLONIAL 1M0DCRAFT 

CUSTOM KITCHENS 

AT BUILDER'S PRICE 

543-4966 



PRIIMniMO 

CX.UBS CXXdMEROAL 
CALL 
42S--M44 or 428-7468 



CAPTAINS COURSE 

U.S.C.G. License Preparation for 

RECREATIONAL 

COMMERCIAL BOATERS 

18 NIGHTS MBO-OO SEMINAR 

AMERICAN NAUTICAL SERVICES 

483-3873 



3-Leii aad Fewsd 

■■■iwannHBiMMHHa**>** 
DOG SMALL, FLUfFY, 
mixed breed, huait. black 
and whhe. 2 1/2 years old, 
we^itt 15 Bm., lost Pfy- 
flMitth Park Area. Tu coOar 
wbh Uoeme nonAer 17625. 
$50 reward. 420-7944 or 
545-5077. 

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D0&8BETLAND BBID- 

ER (nUature OoOie} - fe- 
nude, iw ceUar. Lost dtth 
Street, Oonn frostt A|Mril 10, 
rewMTd. Needs meifidne - 
iriease return. 422-6219 or 
588-2867. 
510 

6.AateaM*Bta far Sale 

MAVERHX- 1970. 2 (bxr. 
new tires, dutch with 3 
speed cohunn, good paint,. 
'XartelhtIecar!"$450.Clall 
42^5321or'tt5-9ll8. 
426 

OrEIy«T - 1973, 58,000 
miles, automatk, tadu radi- 
ids, radio, Medttenanean 
Mae. $2,100, caD 588-3127. 
510 

VOLKSWAG(m-197« RAR- 

HT • automatic, 2 door, red 
wUh white interior, 27,000 
miles. Excellent engine/ 
body/faiterior. $2,700 - best 
offer. 489^1115. 
_5I0 

OLOSMOHLE - 1976 Sta- 
tion wagon, 350 engine, 
equipped, A/O, AF 
radia higgage rack, 
owner, $3,800, 461-7{ 
625-3686. 




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Virginia Beach, Va. 

Is receiving applications for the position of 
aassified Advertising Representative. 
Applicants must be aggressive, mature 
and attractive. Telephone Rapport and 
accomplished sales background are a 
must. Other duties include receptionist. 
'light boolikeeping and typing. 
Salary, bonuses, conunissioos.uid bene- . 
^•w-neniQtcaMwvuc >«ittil^., experience,, 

'^^itd confidenlial resume and salary 
rcc|ulrcmcnts to: 

H. Thomas Drew 

General Manager 

138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23432 

For An>ointments during April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only phone 547-4571 between 
8:30 and 9:00 a.m. 



ki*igst6wne_^_ 

OPEN Fri„Sat'Sun. 2PJ«. Til Dark 
BEAUTIFUL BRICK RANCH 

*j^lU^ PRICES BECIN 

KlNOraX^Kir BOMES ATSJ4^ 

t_ ■ \J Optional:Garage. Fireplace, 
Central air. No Down Payment to Veterans. Only ^OO 
totid cash required of Veteran Purchasers. 

Located «0DeepOeckBlyd. 397-0478 

1/2 mile north alMttary Hwy. 

^^MITY CONSTRUCTION 8 REALTY C< 




1953 Mercedea Bcai'. 

220 Cabriolet "B". 
Oinvertable, Clastic, Pre- 
War Styling, a Rare Model. 
$8,000 Firm - 481-4642. Good 
10 excellent unrestor^ 
condition. 



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GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

A 

WME SITES FOt SALE 

FOR 

People pianris^ Hemes 

A Caatom BaBds.ri 

SALES OPIKS 
333 ProvMewe Bd. 



2^pcchd Nallees 



BEACH HEIGHBOOOOD 
EMERGEIK7 

imAniASEvn 
sravicr , 

Call Romy Saw]«r aaftlnc 
413-0681^ 



SAILBOAli 

CAPE DORY -27' - J«»« 

received, diesel inbaud. sail 

away, 121,795. ^ 

EMCSON - 25' Used. Mly 

cruise, equipped, $14,000. 

O'DAV - 22' - U^. fully 

equipped for cruising or ladof 

B.000. 

W^ . w . Used, 

stock from $1,795. 

LASER - Us«J, 2 in 

r730. 

rmCE 9 - IM in stoA, ftoB 

S750. 

TRAFTON MAROa LIU 

3716 Shore Dr., Va. 



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from 



CMaaiXoSeviSti, 1977, 

5.000 miks, aD oiMions, 

guaranteed umQ August, 

$12,000 or oest iffv-r. 481- 

2800. 

.426 

OUMMOHLE- 1973 

Luxury Sedan, fiiUy power, 
(idly toaded, trailer hitch, 
AM-FM^tereo tape,ex- 
tras, air shodu, exoelleot 
condition $2,000,467- 
6794. 

426 

Itn CUTLASS SUPREME 

ftilly eqWped, warruty, 
K595. Qm be seen at 
Avis, 3440 North Nfilitary 
Hgbway. 853-4112. 
419 

PLYMOUTH STATION 
WAGON, 1968, power 
everything, good condition, 
runs well, dependable. 
Ckeam ,PuffS350 or best 
ofiier. call after 5 P.M. 
420-3243. 

414- 




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rina, 
— "4J 

ricaa ^* ( 
Evinra4*;|l 
board. ^ 
gear, $1^^ 

419_ ^- 

DAftlfHj*! 

vic».o*jri 

retrlev*2i' 
Servicsflj^i 

andrep#fg 

it dry M^ 

One Oil I'm 

haveaDiO 

2150 Ntf^ 

Virghdi'^ 

481-0700- 



7-Tracks-Trallcrs-Jccps 

CHEVRaLET-1975-4 

wheel (frive, 10 inch all 
terrain tires with mags, set 
up to beach, $4,300 firm. 




iOATU^. 

to 60 W%, 
Yacht q^ 

489^380* 



587-6124. 



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77 DOOUE D.388 - aub cab, 
3/4 ton pick-up, km mil., 
AT, V8. rear jump 
. $4,600. 340-5154. 

510 



NOVA - 1972. red, 
brand new tires, new 
new exaust system, sti 
ard shift. low mifeage, exoel- 
tent ccncfition $1,500 negoti- 
able. 428-4391. 

510 

OU)SMnBILE-1974 
OMEGA - Hatchback, auto- 
matic power brakes, power 
steerii«. idr. FM cassette 
stereo. 40 channel CB. 
$2,000. 486-2118. 
510 

TOVOKA-lfn-CXlMIXA - 

2>mjmX0M.. fiKtory air 
condhioned, dean faiside aad 
out. ».QS0.'49M0ti8, 

i8t.t ■ SM) 

OIDShBOBDJE • 1973 Qit- 
hus, power steering, power 
brakes, air, good tires, good 
coodhion $1,700. «l-3635. 
510 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

paid fcH' your car. No 
waiting!! We need curs 
desperately. ^Courtesy 
Cars. 461-6367 or 461- 
6661, 

SIO 

1976^0RD VAN, Uadt. 
S.S. Map. T.A. Rai&ds. 
air oandhkned. ML power, 
headers, side pi^, sun 
roof, loaded.caD 547-3497 or 
547-^21. 



OKD 1966 PICK UP. 

.ed, new 35$ engine with 

7.000 miles, shwt 
d, excellent condition. 
$795, 393-6107. 



419 



LOSE WEIGHT with 
I>ex-a-I^t II Mps oiri) 
appetite, GeBtk Diuretic, 
effective stimulant. 
Ingram Pharmacy. 

419 

THE FANNIE D. FWNIY 
Evai«eBstk How aa^ be 
heard every Sttarday tt I 
p.m. on WPCe 1400 AM 
dial. For prqrer ud Ovbt- 
ian coaneli^ dki Q3-50S2. 

■ tf 

1 AM LOCKING to a 

m^mt worki^ woman to 
thve a 2,be&oani, 2 bMh 
towntane. Lovely ima 
dose-shof^^, traaspcrt- 
atkn. 464^037. ^^^ 

CBUCS NOnii KARATE 

- 2 fmi neaAmUpte Ms 
than one yors cost. Free 
IntOB imerested partks. 
QM $1,015 seD to S47S. 
^M337. 

53__ -^ 

BWODENCS TRAVH, - 
rn^mm free to chAs and 
orgMtettkm whh a ^ike 
of fif itlnattnni. CM Cm- 
tfaieMri tnnni Ud. 
4n-49e. 

4M 



419 

VQUSWAGEN-1975 Sn- 
pCT Beetk LeGrnde, less 
than 17,000 actad ndles. Hke 
new,AM,FM,sn 
rooi; $2.850. 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 

4» 

CAMAI0^1973. 330 horse- 
power, power st^r^/to- 
aka. iutory idr. tued ax- 
hmist. bw^et setts, tft w- 
heel, console sidft. vtaHd top. 
$2,200. MI-5222 

426 

BUKS irn RIGAL. fhly 
e^pped. warranty, I4S93. 
C^ be seen at Avis, 
3440 North hUtvy Mgh- 
wqr, 853-4112. 
419 

TOVOTA- 19n CUka MR 
back, kss than 10,000 ades. 
air cowatkned, Immacakte. 
482-2213 or 412-1771. 

436 

n 

CHBVBOUT 1917 MON 
1% CAILO, ft4r CQldpptd. 
wm^y, S^. Cha be 
teen at Avis. 3440 Nerth 
Mftary H^nray. SS34I IX 
419 



1974-CJ-S JEEP, blue, 
radio, excellent tires, new 
canvas top. 34,000 miles, 
1 owno-, has had excellent 
care. 461-6367 odj 461- 
6661. 
510 

l-Motorcydes-Seooters 

1974 KAWASKI -100 
MOTORCYCLE. 

Ei^c^ent dbftditioh, £250. 
497-8669. 
^510 

HONDA - 1975. 750 S^er 
Sport, padded tiuf bv , 2 
hefaaets. ckrome headers, el 
prcsswe ^age, 3.000 mles, 
exo^eal ooattkn. $1,490. 
484-2378. 

flB 

II 

8AiLBQAT'«AIJaN 

fIberghM. 
< >iH|iinte 
onttUs 
er 

and aft. New 
Moody trahr 
AUabovaia 
tkn. Mart 

boat or der ed, SljOH. 411^ 
4366. 42l-'Mn. 
A dM 

OA lAY - m, wn. 





5130 or 



MONAU'ir (kws/dMk 
hiBtk«) 70 hp. 



sm 



iAIUOAT ■ 2S ft.. Ml. 



1977 * 



'^^BM^wBl^Hg 9vg4HnFa ^%B^^^B 

4:0^ f27-<»S. 

m 

■OAT S3*. oMl, 
flybridfe. diMi 
nm^ to fOt §BoA 
bout. S5.700. 464>7347 
days. 42MI2f 



SM 




KNZI993. 
220QMelet'S'*.C3assle 
pre^wtf styfeig. A rwe 
model. $8,000 frm. 481- 
4642. 



rOVOTA OOMLLA. 1971. 
reonn eagne. n mspeeuda 
stkfcer, exc^eat t^. 8 
traii t^ie phgwr, f^ cx- 
celem gu mfliage.t33l^ sr 
best offer. (M 48M«0. 
}%htt:aO^^. 

UJBVE11E.I975 T-top, 
iMomttk. poww steertag. 
i# oo^tioaiiw, pom 
wtadtiwi. tut wheel, mag 
wheels. ».006Bd».AM- 
FM. wUte, H^. 
00-5320. 

«6 




w-m 



TIOIAN •lf14' 
Exi^«M, 225 
sleepg 4, 
depth flate. 
excellent condltloa. 
SI130O. ISufK §&4mi. 

tM. 10, nwiiti 4ii- 



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■Ai AflA-aAsn DIRECT TO AD-VISOR.| 



TAYLOR'S 

DIAL-A-MAiD 



Take a day off and 
leave the cleaning to us. 

627-9570 




WORK FROM YOUR HOME 

NO SELLING 

1 ■ 

We *rt lookup for nature persons who we self »tarters to 
do telephone work from their home, Must h«ve morning, 
„d evenings free to call. Good worker, m«y "ceed W^ 
per hour worked. $2.65 per hour 8uwtnteed when stwUng^ 
Must however be quaMfSed toadvance tohlgher wage Write 
JT Mason. 6159 Virginia Beach Blvd.. Norfolk. Virg.ma 
2S502. Please include phone number. 




Cijesaptabe $o£t 



SiginiaBeadi^ 



Classified 
advertisins 

TIDEWATERS MOST EFFECTlVEJl^WNG^Jjre^ 



'protect your lnv9Stnmntl See one of, eft W fBdlng vb Realtor »I 

You can trust a Realtorl 




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House '^^ 
of the 
week 




RE/MAX 
Realtors 



REALTOR* 



BRADY 

Astociatet. bic. 

i Realtors 





HattoaPotatEitatoi 4703 Templar Drive. PortnnmiUi 
WATERFRONT-tri-level with 4 bedrooms, IVi 
iMths, tarie cat-iii Utchcn. Feitarca thcrmopue 
wtBdom, dnal toac headiig ud air cosditloiiliig 
lyitcnu, flfcirtacc, rudon wMth plaak flooring and 
2 car garage. Sitmtcd OB a Bicdy badicapcd lot with 

boat dock aad pier. BRADY and Aaaoc. 484-9600 



' J- . is presenting an 
informational seminar on the 
RE/MAX 100 percent COTsmission Program. 

All Real Estate Brokers, Sales Associates, and 
Affiliates arc invited to learn the true facts ^ut the 
RE/MAX 100 percent Commission Program. Come see 
why this DYNAMIC firm has grown into a major 
national network of offices in less than four years on: 

WedncMlay, April 19tli, at 7:30 p.m. 

Sheraton Beech Inn 

Ocean Front at 36th Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Free admission and complimentary cocktails. 
RE/MAX is the largest nctwOTk of 100 percent real 
estate companies with offices from coast to coast. 



i-lanm4¥mmi 

DOG SMAUU nUPFY, 

nyxed breed, female, black 
and white, 2 1/2 years dd, 
weighs IS IlM.. I«t Ply- 
mouth Park Area. Tan collar 
wUh Ikense mmaber 17625. 
SJO reward. 420-7944 or 
545-»77. 



D0&8HBTLAND HERIV 
n (ndidature Oolite) - fe- 
male, no collar. Lost 67th 
Street, Ocean front April 10, 
reward. Nee4s medkine • 
please return. 422-6219 or 
SS8-2867. 

510 



CMJOXAC-SeviUe, 1977, 
5,000 mile,, all options, 
guaranteed until August, 
$12,000 or oesl rfler. 4«1- 

aoo. 

■426 

GUMMOBILE- 1973 
Luxury Sedui, fri^ power, 
ftilly kauied, trailer hitch, 
AK^FKMtereo tape.ex- 
tras, air slacks, excellent 
condition $2,000,467- 
6794. 

426 



ll-lorts. Marine gappBw, 

MATSUPSFor Hani. 20' 
to 60*, yearly, only 4 aUps 
avsilaUe. Fuel, bait, ice. 
Pl^^rmaD's Wharf VU- 
rina.^-2m. ^^ 



6-AataMoMI*a fur Sale 



MAVmCS- 1970. 2 door, 
new tires, dutdi with 3 
(peed cdiimn, good paint,. 
•Ortellttkcarr $450. call 
42^S321 or 425-9118. 
426 



tm CUTLASS SUPREME 

ftilly equipped, warranty, 
$4 595. Qm be seen at 
AvU, 3440 North Nfilitary 
Highway. 853-4112. 
419 ^__ — 



tb 



Taylor &^others 
Reafcy Co. 

Paige Tartar, Broker 
3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
CharcUaad 

484-4542 



BRADY 

Associates, Inc. 

Realtors 

Piaia Shopping Qater 

484-9600 

PAUL V. BRADY 

Res: 488-2271 
aiURCHLAND 
AGENTS F(«: 

CHARLES D. J(»INSON 
& SON,INC 



SASSER 



3200 Tyre Neck Rd. 

484-8690 



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dB 




COLONIAL WOODCRAFT 

CUSTOM KITCHENS 

AT BUILDER'S PRICE 

543-4966 

S UaM of 

Oak A Ptee Cabinets 



PFIIISmNQ 

CLUBS CXAMERCIAL 
CAUL 

425-7644 or 428-74«t 



CAPTAINS COURSE 

U.S.C.G. License Preparation for 

RECREATIONAL 

COMMERCIAL BOATERS 

10 NIGHTS MBO-OO SEMINAR 

AMERICAN NAUTICAL SERVICES 

483-3873 



WEL-GT - 1973. 58,000 
miles, automatic, tadi, radi- 
tit, radk), Mediterranean 
bhie, $2,100, call 588-3127. 
510 

VOIJK8WAOW-19W RAB. 

HT • autonutic, 2 door, red 
with white interior, 27,000 
miles. Excellent engine/ 
body/taterlor. $2,700 - best 
offer. 489-1113. 
51 

OLOSMOBILE - 1976 Sta- 
tion wagoo, 330 engine 
equipped, A/u, 
radtob higgage rack, 
owner, $3,800, 461- 
625-3686. 



PLYMOUTH STATION 
WAGON, 1968, power 
everythta^, good coodition, 
runs well, dependabte. 
C^eam ,PuffB350 or best 
offer. caU after 5 P.M. 
420-3243. 



SAiUQAT-1973 /^C Ame-, 
rtam 16*. 1975 2 1/2 
Evinrude. auxiliary out-«^ 
bovd. trailer, sails, boat 
gear, $1995. 481-3870. 

4JiL 

DAILY IN* OUT SER. 
VICE. Quick safe laundi and ^ 
retrieval of boats up to 27'. 
Services include gas, oil, fce' 
and repairs. Call to reserve, 
*k (fry slip today." "Where 
One Oril Does It All." Lynn-^ 
haven Dry Storage Marina, 
2150 North Great Nedt Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23431 

481-0700. 

53 



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LOANS 

NOTE ami AUTO 

Norfolk County 
Finance Co. 

Locally Owned 

342 BaUy.Md Blvd. 
Wilson Shopping Shopping 



VMnSMNO 

AieonNO 



■aHMS^H^HtfiM^Htt. .- .r 



Peggy Knight 
School of Music 

ANNOUNCES 



rugiiua 



Beadi^ 



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• PMISTIMATB 

• lOWHrrauMi 



• iANKHMNCMG 
AViUUiU 

(MM 3M0 ria* 






TJpnni^* HI TntMo-TTieory 
Rythm Classes- Ages ?-S 
Member ot the National 
Guild of Piano Teachers 
BA in piano - CDC 
U Ed. from UVA 13 
13 years eq>erience in 
primary education and 
private piano teaching 



1206 Hawthorne Drive 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

Ph. 420-0554 



Virginia Beach, Va. 

Is receiving applications for the position of 
aassified Advertising Representative. 
Applicants must be aggressive, mature 
and attractive. Telephone Rapport and 
accomplished sales background are a 
must. Other duties include receptionist, 
light bookkeeping and typing. 
Salary, bonuses, coinmi»sioos,and bene- 
fa».,«an>wiciM«urB»e i«»«lH experience. 




7-TrKks-TraHcra-Jccps 

CIIEVR»ET-1975-4 

wheel drWe, 10 indi aU 
terrain tires with mags, set 
up for beadi, $4,300 firm. 

587-6124. 

53 

77 DOOUE D-200 - Qub cab, 
ton pick-up, km mil., 
AT, V8, rear jump 
. $4,600. 340-5154. 

510 



FDERGLASS BOAT RE- 

PAIR-Experienced and have 
all materials needed to re- 
pair your boat. Free est- 
imates. Debbie Perdue, 425- 
6378.Call after 4:30. 

42fr 



NOVA - 1972, 
brand new tires, new 
new exaust system, 
ard shift, low mileage, excel- 
lent condition $1,500 negoti- 
able. 428-4391. 

310 



1966 PICK UP, 

:ed, new 35$ engine with 
ly 7,000 miles, short 
excellent conditicn, 
$795, 393-6107. 



419 



%iMHi confidrniial 
rcqulremenis to: 



resume and salary 



H. Thomas Drew 

General Manager 

138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

For Appointments during April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only phone 547-4571 between 
8:30 and 9:00 a.m. 



^ HOME 
ERVICES 



D.R.STAKES 



NoJflitoeMger too 
ImMdfarte mi pcrsoael ser- 
vice. Low overhead prkca. 
We ffanoce. CUI anyttae. D. 
R. Stakes, 853-7592 or 155- 
0351 

853-7592 
855-0851 



JO'S PLUMBING 



CLEANING New homes uid 
rentals. All Unds of Clean- 
ing. OaO 421-9787. 

DEBOLD'S 
MAQICMI8T 

YOUR TIRED u|rfiOtttery 
can be cleaned and given 
new ttfe by Debokl'k Nfagic 
Kist. call «5-6085 fcr fi-ee 

estimates ^25-6085 



RED 
WATER 
BLUES? 

JDon't kspairlj 

Our flaw fully 
automatic watar con- 
ditionen clear K up 
fast. We will analyze 
your witw at no cost 
or obligation. 

CAU MMt» 
A/HO SAY... 




As<p«»edt>ymeaS. Dept. 
of Labor, Bunauot Labor 
Sutlstlcs, BulMin Na 1875 

NOIHIUK? 

Start now to plan for a profes- 
rionil oRcr driving a "Kg 
l&?Oir private tnJfilgsdxM 
a^n ocavetent instructors, 
modem equinnni and dial- 
knglna nainn^ fields. Keep 
yoor job and Iran on part time 
Ma (Sml & Sun.) or attend 
ow 3 wedc hiD time resident 
traWiW. CaO ligM now for full 



kiNGSTbWNE 7 

OPEN FrI.. Sat.' Sun. 2P.M. 'Til Dark 
BEAUTIFUL BRICK RANCH 

\XjJUi^ PRICES BEGIN 

KINOSBZRBV HOMEa AT »4,38i 

\_' ' Optiooal:0arage, Fireirfaoe, 
Central air. No Down Payment to Veterans. My $200 
total cash required <rf Veteran Purchasers 



397-0476 I 

1/2 mile north ofhMtBry Hwy. J 

MITY CONSTRUCTION ft REALTY Cq 



Located off Deep Oeck Bhd 
1/2 mile north olMWvy Hwy 



aLDSMOBILE-1974 
OMEGA - Hatdiback, auto- 
matk power brakes, power 
stecrhig, air, FM cassette 
stereo. 40 channel CB. 
$2,000. 486-2118. 

310 

T0yO!TA-1972-OQBOLLA - 

2^;«^.mi., fKtory air 
oonStkned, dean faukie and 
out. $l.(m. 49^9088. 

S 5H) 

OLDSMOHLK - 1973 Ckit- 
tass, power steering, power 
brakes, air, good tires, good 
oonditkm $1.700. 421-3633. 
310 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

paid for your car. No 
waiting!! We need can 
desperately. t;ourte8y 
Cars. 461-6367 or 461- 

6661. 

310 

1976^0aD VAN, Mack, 
S.S. Mags, T.A. Radids, 
air oondhkned, ftdl power, 
heatters, side p^s, sun 
roof, loaded,call 347-3497 or 
547-4321. 

419 



1974-CJ-S JEEP, blue, 
radio, excellent tires, new 
canvas top, 34,000 miles, 
1 owner, has had excellent 
care. 461-6367 on. 461- 
6661. 

510 

8-Motwcydes-Scooters 

1*74 KAWASEI -100 
MOTORCYCLE. 

^ddlent£6^ditf6ii,$!^: 

497-8669. 
^510 

HONDA - 1975. 750 Super 
Spcrt, padded sissy bar, 2 
hefaneu. dffone lw«lers. oil 
pressure gauge, 5,000 mOes, 
excellent candition, $1,450. 
484-2378. 

510 



Repairs and 

Nojobtooi 
24 hr. service. Low ntw. 

461-9105 
587-3002 

R.H.BLACK 

HOME 

IMPROVEMENT 

CO. 

Kbdienremodeliiv 

Btthroom remodeling 

Ahramnun siding 

Oari^sbttih 

Room adcHtioia 

Qu-pentry 

Fireirfacei bulk 

Garage to Fandlyroon 

Conversieas 

You Mneh.wel doit! 

»94W or 397-7178 

AqrtkM fcr frM estimiue 

bf state reghur^ 

eoMraetsr (16191) 

mtm $n-nm 

ANYTBA EVENOtOB. 



RUSSELL'S HOME 
IMPROVEMSITS 

Room additkau, bath- 
rooDU kitdKU, garages and 
generd home repdrs. CkU 
nytime for free esthnates. 
485-3775. Uceued, banded. 
10 yrs. exp. 

485-3775 



Cd%M WatMT Cand. 
,2871 Va. Beach BM.i 



VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-499-3707 




1953 Mercedef Beax. 

220 Cabriolet "B", 
Convertable, Classic, Pre- 
War Styling, a Rare Model, 
S8.000 Rrm - 481-4642. Oood 
to excellent unrestored 
condition. 



VCXJESWAGEN-197S Su- 
per Beetle LeOrande. less 
than 17,000 actual nriles, like 
new, AM. FM, son 
roof, $2,850. 547-3497 or 
547-4321. 



j4|? 






BLACK 



S.A.NUCKLES 

ceramic ft fioor tie. CM 
A new work. Bithn»Ba, 
UtdieM and por<^. FREE 
mtfl^et. 



546-7318 




ftdders 

Home Imfvcwenwitts 

Cootraaors 

OHv^ftSders 

Room MiHtkm 

A^^waSIAif 

Rma • Chrperts 

Khdi^ Reaodettng 



n«h E. Hade. Sr. 
1800 l^k Avenae 
Chesapeake, Va. 



FOBimOUTB. TIRGlNLk 



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YOU NAVf NUm AlOUr HIR ON 
V. AND RADIO -NOW Stt HI8 IN mSON 

AT MB 



PALM 
READER 




MADAM 
ANGELINA 



& 



PALM RSADra A ADVISOR 

TELM THE PAST, PRfiiENT A PUTURE 
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• 

AU KAOINGS AIB WNAK A CONFIMNnAi 

IMI WHi NIIP tiM ON IXM, milNlSS AMI 

mm/k<». w rou *M fAUMHi It* 

^JUlXiB, SMfWHlMfirvOU. YMIHB 
NO MOMIM SO GMAT fHAT SM CANNOT 

Nttf VOU. ONI VSITWMiCONVtKf YOU. 

Wedtda^ aad Soidaya 
Boaievari 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES F<m SALE 

FOR 

Pcoirie phinnta^ Bsaws 

A Castom Ba fl fc ri 

SALES (VPKE 
333 ProvldeMC M. 




BEACH HEIGHB^iOM) 

EMERGEMTY 

DRAIN 4SEWIR 

SERVICE 

CaU Roany Sawiw «vttaie 

4fs-oai 



i-.CALL 486-07^ 



SAILBOATS 

CAPE DORY -27' • J«»« 
received, diesel inboard, sail 
away, $21,795. 

EMCSON - 2S' (Acd, tally 
cruise, equipped, $14,060. 
O'DAY . 22' utad, tally 
equipped for cruising or la^V 
18,000. 

HWIE - 16' - Used, ie««ml io 
«JCk from $1,795. 
iASER . Used, 2 in MoA from 
$750. 

KMKE S - Vstd in noA, from 
S7». 

nUFTON MARtDfttn 

3716 Shore Dr., Va 

mm 



Mpeefatf Natkes 

LOSE WEIGHT with 
Dex-a-CMM II hdps au-b 
appetite, Gentle Diurette, 
effective stimulant. 
Ingram Pharm»gr. 

^ 419 

THE FANNIE D. FINNEY 

Evai«e&tk: Hour may be 
heard every Sattudi? at I 
p.m. on WPCE 140O AM 
dial. For prayer aad dtflst- 
ian comtteUi^ dki £23-^2. 

. t f 

1 AM LOOKING fcr a 

mtf ure working won^ to 
sh»e a 2 betbocot, 2 bath 
towtdMOM. Lovely Kca 
ckee-s^Vptaig, tranport'^ 
atioo. «4-«137. 

CHUCK NOOBI KARAn 

. 2 year raeariwrsl^flar idt 
than one ymn cost. Free 
tesoB imerested putles. 
Ost SI ,015 mB lor $475. 
34M»37. 

S3___ — 

EI^EBIBNZ TRAVIL - 
Prepau 1^ to iM» aai 
orgMtatthw wtth « Aekse 
ordMkMkms.Ctf Qb- 
tfaKMrf nwd Ud. 

06 



C4MARO,1973, 350 horse- 
power, power steering/br- 
akes, futory air, tuned ex- 
haust, bucket seats, tilt w- 
heel. console shift, vinal top, 
$2,200. 481-3222 

426 

BUKX 19n REGAL, tally 
eqi^pped, warranty, $4593. 
Can be seen at Avis, 
3440 North hfflhiry Hgh- 
way, 833-4112. 
419 

lOYOTA- 19n Cehca Uft 
bade, less than 10.000 miks, 
air oooditkned. Immaculate. 
482-2213 or 482-1771. 

426 

CHEVBOUT 1977 MXi 
IE CARLO, taOy eqfi^ved. 
warrMty, $«93. Chn be 
seen tt Avis, 3440 North 
D^ary IBfhwav, 833-4112. 
419 



„ „ KNZI»3, 

220 Qfeklet "V, Onsk 
pre-war styB^. A rare 
mod^ $8,000 Sat, 481- 

4642. 



ILBeato, Mariae SappMes 

SAILBOAT-SEA UON - aU 

fiberglass, main and jib. 
comiriete cushion through- 
out tUs imaucubue 12 foot- 
er. Lock^le storage fore 
and aft. New gaWanized 
Moody traikr and extras. 
AO above hi exceOeitt condi- 
tkat. Must sell, have new 
boat ordered. $1,095. 482- 
4366, 421-7477. 
* *» 

SEA RAY - 195, 1976, 
beautital condition, 140 hp., 
I-O Mercrmser, tail canvas, 
whiter cover. $6,400. 340- 
5130 or 428-3091. 
. 510 

ftK>NARK-16' (bass/duck 
hunting) 70 hp. Evhtrude 
(1977). Long galvinized trail- 
er, tadi. extras. Bxcelknt 
oondttton, $2,800. 4^1386. 
510 

SAILBOAT - 23 ft., 1»9, 
PoOcboiV, Norwegian shnp, 
1977 Johuon, diesel avdl- 
aUe, many extru, good 
condition, $5,000. After 
4KI0, 627-^05. 
510 

BOAT 33', cabin, 
ftybridp, die^ powered, 
ready to go, good family 
boat. $5,700. 464-7347 
days, 428-0126 ei«ninp 
and week-ends. Must Sell! 
310 

MDMBIP- 23' Shxjp, steeps 
3. fariward, raiBo. 3 sails, 
etp^iped cr^e. 2 cririns, 
$11,300. Diqpi: 393-2529. 
Nights: 4844181. 

426 



BOAT SLIPS - Lengths up 
to 60 fcet. Old Lafiayette 
Yacht Qub. Eventags. Sat- 
urday, Sunday. 587-5972, 

489.3855. 

A26 

DORSET, 17 1/2 ft. cabhi 
CTuiser (steeps 2) all fiber- 
gtess, 75 hsp. Johnsoo,trail- 
er, fiilly equiped, many ex- 
tras, reasonably priced, 420- 
0463. 

SAILBOAT -25 ft., 6 sails (2 
cooq^te sets), 6 hsp. John- 
son motor, tabernacte mast, 
1 inch Nfahogany huU, very 
good candition $4,200. 397- 
5367. 

53. 

LAUtADOKRETRIE- $ 
VERS- AKC Registered, 6 
weeks oM, Very healthy, 
weaned, bteck, 175 females, 
$100 males. Ptease call 427- 
6473. 

53 

BASS BOAT "^ 20' Ranger 
with drive on traiter, 1978 
200 Np. Mercury outboard- 
Marcury trcUing motor .Paul 
$g500, will sen $6,500. 499- 

8073. 
33 

SAILBOAT dub.day sail- 
ers/cruisers, expertenced or 
beginners, free sailing in- 
struction, no boat payments, 
no, boat mamtenance. no fai- 
surance, no slip fees, oo 
traiter costs, etc.. the only 
way to sail, far infa call 48)- 
4224. t 

S3 



roVOTA COMUA, 1971, 
rebuft en^ae. M taispeettan 
stld»r, exoeOcnt tka. 8 
track t^ie ptayer, fM »- 
ceBeat gas nttMge. K», or 
best offer. CUI 486-3430. 
N^Ms: 4304425. 

OGRVRTB-t973 T-top, 
^UWttk. power steerii«, 
tk eoattte^, power 
wtadows, tttt wheel, mag 
whwb,»^)OOauh».AM- 
FM. wUte, $6,6M. 
430-3»D. 

4X6 



jnSEY^ ft., 19tt. wkh 
flytaig bdSff, ei^ine newly 
ov^^teried. AMf Knini top 
ud envM. new Lee ont- 
r^^rs. CB., depth tader, 
extras. Si^ faicfaided. Ex- 
o^Ntt eem&kn. $7,000» 
4864030. 

«6 



lOHNSW OUTBQARIIS- 

PuO setection d 1978^,' hi all 
horsepower ranges {dus a 
few teftover lyn"* at Ijig 
savhigs. Viking Martaie. is 
^ginia's tergfcst Jahnsin 
outboard deakr. The reason 
is price, setectkn and ser- 
vice. See us before you bitty 
or you may overpay! r/2 
mite West of the Lynnhav^n 
Inkt Bridge. ViUng Mariite, 
3762 Shore Drive. 464-6919 
or 464-3411. 

SAILBOAT- (UPPER ' 

MK. 21*. fiberglass, motor, 
traikr. skepe 4. head. tvft</ . 
equinied, excellent ocn- - 
ditkn. reatfy to sail, befaig 
transferred $3,J00. 
388-4558. 

426 

13-lfcHi Waated 

COSMETICS - OnxTtuidty 
to advance to na^agement. 
Liberal commisskns, .car 
helptal. Tidewater area. Call 
467-4040. No mvestment re- 
qinred. 
t f 

NUTRKMEIRKS ORGAN- 
IC COSMETICS • Help 
wanted, this product sells 
ftself. Earn as many $$B$ 
as you care to! 423-3834 
after 5 p.m. Free oonsidta- 
ticn. 
310 

PART-TIME HELD 
NEEDED. IS hours $100. 
Cbtrfce of houn. Ideal for 
ytning motho-s/^nise - 
wives. Qjod p(a«onality- 
Uking pKfAt a must! ^1- 
4771. 

510 



TROJAN -1974- F-26 
Express, 225 Chrysler, 
•lecfw 4, galley, head, 
depth finder, radio, 
excellent condition, 
$11,500. Days: 622-4651. 
ext. 10. Evenings 422- 
1796. 

510 



REPOBTZRyTIKnrO- 

GRAP^Ot OomMnatioo 
wanted for exfMmSng semtf 
weekfy. We Med a guy,ar 
ghl wUlbig to tewn ae^- 
p^)^ work von the poud 
vsp te h anal. Tidewater 
town. ExeeleM opportunity 
for a greentexa who wants 
to bredt tatto tte business 
and see bu a<»omplishmenti 
m prUn write: Reporter. 
Byerly PubUcations, P.O. 
Boa «7, Franklin, Va.238SI 
419 



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EED Six Women interes- 
ted in earning S60 to $100 
Weekly. Part time from your 
home. Cyi A^l^mi for vp- 
ointment. 

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22-l>ai«-fJil<i,«iid Mkrr Pri« 



POMERANIAN PUPPY- 

;iiale, 4 months old, AKC 
registered with papers, 
miniature size, dark aeam, 
to good home only, bes t 
offer,' 486-6S89 

419 

GERMAN SHEPARD • 

Pups, AKC registered, 
btack and sUver, $123. 
Phone S87-3344. 

426 



EARN SMUpcr worUq 
ii yaw spare tliM aid 
e^iagr it too. No delivering, 
no collecting, no risks. 
Rubbermaid Products, for 
mwe information call 
NGldred, 461-81S2. 
419 

LADIE8,i]tteresting, profit- 
able work helping me in my 
cosmetic A vitai^ busin- 
es:, set your own hours, for 
appointment phone 42&-SS30 
53 

BE SUCXXSSFUL selling 
Tri-Cbem liquid embroid- 
ery, no investment needed, 
ftill or part-time. Or host 
Tri-Chem home party ft 
receive beautiful gifts, S87- 
7979. 

53 

AVON - Be part of the 
CHamorous Fashion World. 
Avon can show you how 
to have your own beauty 
business. Sell fiunous cos- 
metics and fragrances in 
your own territay. *^ll 
481-3631. 426 

STANLEY HOME 
PRODUCTS is looking 
for personable young 
homemakers to 

demonstrate their famous 
products. Call us for 
details, free training 
avaUable. 461-4771. 

510 

14-Potltioiit Wanted 

BABYSrmN&Plymoath 
Park, Lynnwood Shaes, 
Pleasant Park, surrounding 
areas. Will give your child 
loving care in Christian 
home. Reasonable rates- 
543-3869. 

419 

LPN DESIRES DAYTIME 

WCWK in your home, can do 
range-motioo exerdses oo 
stroke patients. Excellent 
'refbrenoes. 481-1889 after 5 
p.m. 

$10 

■ABYSITTING-My home 
(ktat Bridge area, all ages, 
lots of kive and attention. 
Call after 4:30 weekdays. 
M7-7264. 

426 

TUTOR KEMPSVILLE 

AREA- Your home or mine. 
•Win tutor in reading 
<risabilities, math and 
English. Grades 1-12. 
Certified teacher. 424-2471. 

436 

BABYSiTTING-My 
'"ROME, 2 years and up, 
' femed yard, play room. 
. References. Near Oreen 

Rub and Lynnhaven Park- 
■^Way, 468-2643. ^ 



PUPnES-MotlMr Cocker, 
fltther?. BeautifiiI6 week dd 
Mack females. Adorable and 
loviiQ, to good homes only! 
$5.00. 42M204 after J pjn. 
53 



IRISH SETTER-mix pup- 
pies, excelknt femUy pets, 6 
weeks old, have shots, to 
good homes only. 3«)-559i. 
S3 



SAINT BERNARD PUPPY, 

female, 4 months old with 
pqters, shou, housebroken, 
very loving,great wbh child- 
ren. $200. 424-1337. 

S3 

MJONm OOCS-A-POO - 

puppies, 6 weeks old, 
warmed. Extra pretty pup- 
pies, make great pets. To 
good homes aolyt $15. 421- 
9614. 

510 

BASENII-Female, one year 
old, good with children, 
AKC registered with 
papers, $150., Ckll even- 
ings 487-90S2. 
419 

BASENII- male, 3 months 
old, shots and wormed, 
AKC with papers. Cham- 
pion blood lines, $175, 
evenings 487-9062. 
419 

ENCZJSH SETTER- mbi, 
female, year old, house- 
trained, all shots. Great 
with kids, needs loving 
fanUly and romping room, 
$10. 425-5698. 

419 



DCWERMAN PUPP1E3- 

AKC Registered, black, 
rust. Damasyn, Warlock and i 
Kay HU bloodline. 33 
chamirioos in 3 generatioas 
on dams side. 28 champions 
on sires side.421-3523. 

419 

WELSH TERRIER, male, 
AKC registered with papers 
shots, goo4 with l(|4s. 
yffM^ show.> iune^.glSO.. 
eveirings 487.4062. 

4ia 



23-ftt Services 



,,|UUYSnTIN&BEACH 
'AREA- my home, hot meals. 
. oeed playmate for my 2 year 
jM. Loving care, reasonable 
;^IffiGes. 4284832. 
43 6 

BABYSITTING INDIAN 
RIVER AREA-in my home. 
Experienced, want play- 
''iaiates for my child, hot 
- meals, playroom, days, 
i^hts, 543-4355. 
419 

WVb Ceramics. Certified 
-^'i)naeaB Teacho-. Conqriete 
Ite DoMaa prodiKts. 
Greraware. F&ag. iml- 
^ gifta. Free begfaan-'s 
elMWs. fSiS Potters Road, 
48844S7. 

. l%^M*wtt laWrttian 

. ACOQRMAN USSOra- 
^< Qhurddaad area. Qmyified 
-..teadter now accepting stu- 
, xfenu. 484^7679. 

: /^ 53 

ooumerooQcwG 

' USSONi in my borne, 
.. vari^ coMinental cuisbie. 
. Add cxivession to yoiir 
'oooidi^. Reasoml^ rates. 
' QaforiBforlnttian340- 
6S80. 

53 



JAYEL'S PRIVATE 
SCHOOL for Dogs offers 
private or small group 
lessons at your convenience. 
Baaic obedience and show 
ring training. 393-6526. 

426 

CUP<N DIP Pet Salon, 
grooming, imthing, board- 
ing. Master Charge-Visa w- 
ekon^. Introductory offer 
10^ df first visit.481-1400 
between S^5 weekdays. 
426 

VmGDOA BEACH DOG 
TRAINING registration 
April 6,. Classes start 
April 13. Late registration 
accepted, afl Terri Wolff 
4864112 853-0087. 419 

SnmilEa.'S K-t CoDago- 

GroiqiwpivateobedieDee ' 
elaaaea, pvte^va tninii^ 
fw your borne or buainMa, 
ser^i^ tiioae who dnnaad 
the beat. 888-8686. .^ 



LIVESTOCK 



25-AMl^i for Side 

■MMMaiaHalMMMMI^BilBW 

LAMES O/nBES - Size 
16. name brands, suits, 
co^s, dresses. Perfect con- 
(fitioB. $3 to $15. Cttttom 
made drqies, 2 pair, $85. 
07-5310 or 622-6481. 

510 

LEFT HAND GOLF 
CLUBS, bUck golf bag, 
never used, reasonably 
priced. Household 
screens, lots of them! 
$3.00 for all. 497-8669. 

. 510 

COLUMBIA 3 WHEEL 
BIKE, 26", chrome 
wheels, pared! basket ^ith 
seat and lid. Like new, 
$100,423-2960. 
510 

REKONcnm noo. 12 

gai^e ti' modiflde rft. soft 
case, excelfem condition, 
$175, 42M3r 
426 

HAIR OMXMINGS: Youth- 
air, Sun-Ray, Hooib, Hair- 
tonics: Jeris, Sur4ay, Hask, 
Beau Kerman, Lucke Hger, 
Gorrect-Wi^, Sur-Oroom, 
Q.E.D.. WeB-Oomb, Scot' 
eece Barber Sup^ and 
Sharpening Service, 857- 
4435. 

53 



SEWING MACHINE 
PFAFF. German model, 
1212. 20 stitdies, excellent 
condition. $500, call 486- 
0568. 

419 

8F MNG • SUMMER 
diOlHINCMen, women - 

chiUren^. AH sizes - good 
Ibices. Things Unlimited 
New and Used, 501 Virgfaiia 
Beach Nvd.. 'U8-7841. 

53____- 

REFRIGEKATQR -Whirl- 
pool- 1 year old, excellent 
condition, white, 17.1 cu. 
ft. $300. Please call 497- 
3134. 53 

SHIPMENT new brand 
name children's clothes 
grettly discounted! PoDy 
Flinders, Ruth, Cinderella. 
Just For Kids, London 
Bridge Shofqnng Center, 
48674480. 

419 

dJPPfBS Martaehe 
trimmer, goatee trinunw, 
also hone and dog c^>- 
pers. Seoteee Bariwr Sop- 
Idy ft SNrvMing Su^riM. 
«all867-4486 ^^ 

RCA WiaRLPO0I>wastwr 

good conditloB, dryer works 
-needs timer. $5.00 each. 
Carpet with pad. 18X15, 
$5.00. Out week mast gol 
3400370. 

53 




2?-«tane HoM GooA 



TII»:WATER Sew Vac. 
2710 Virginia Beach Blpule- 
vard; 340 - 3481 or 65a East 
I»)ian RWer Road, 420 - 

58(». RecomttioMd 
VKumns $9.M m>. Kirby 
serviw. 

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24-HBrses-Clalile £m. 

S YIAK OtD WEX^H 
PONY- race canformKian, 
good mover, piato wtth good 
toddiv nagkli^s. No vices. 
Negative Ooggiitt. 13 hands. 
Wo^ n^ce Bloa ddifren% 
po^. Gvrlea llOfte. nafly. 
Show peteatW. SIOC^ nego- 
tkMe; movk^ amt sell. 
Can 547-4571, d^rs, ask for 
Lynn or ^1-3804 eveah^s 
aadweebncta. 

531 

HUNTER PONY - 12.2 
teatte. very gettle. good for 
b^BUer, mte^wt Juqier. 
Hne ril^ wtaw, prk* 
$600. good home, 4M-12». 
42^ 



33-Good Things to Enl 

COWS- GRAIN FED - for 

the freezer . .40 cents a 
pouadt All our cmtomers 
are sttUfied. Will <feliver to 
pad^ company. 488-4244. 
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AMF 1RAMPQUNE brand 

aew, stiU in cvton! Pro- 
fessional style ai^ si». Cost 
$750 any reasonable offer 
accepted. 428-1954. 

S3 

AUTUMN HAZE MINK 

STMJE-perfect coodftion, 
$250 or best ofier. 499- 
3027. 

419 

CRAFTSMAN BENCH 
GSINDER-1/4 lursepower, 
braffii aew conditicn. $50 or 
best olfer.CRll after 4 P.M. 
543-6607. 
426 

LAWN MOWMt-Good con- 
dition, satisfoction guaran- 
teed, m. 853-9351. 
419 

SDffUCITY-BMIADl 
MOGK738. 8 horsepower. 
rkUag mower, 36 in. citt, A-1 
Oape $450. 420-2358. 

53 

CAMNA nna, fa-i, 

^ shutter qieed 1-1000 sec. 55 
hM- F/1.7 tens. FP nid X 
auto settmg. $140. Qril 424- 
2739. 

53 

ALL TYPES of new and 

used, restaurant and bar 
equi|»ient. Hours 8:30- 5. 
Dixfe Scales, Inc., 1008 
Oruiby Street. 623-7073. 

■ U-AuUifn* ft OBeetMes 

CHUBCBV AKUUUiS * 

mUMVt raST. At Feat 
UL Ben B. tOmam 
Aane Road, 20 peraoat off 
wltK m» admttwPMU 
a68.»48 ,3 



»^TVRa«o 



WE SERVICE all n^es ami 
modeb. We install resident- 
ial antenna's. We make day 
and evening calh. M/C AND 
BAC American T.V. 420- 
6095. 53 



TIDEWATER'S MOST POPULAR FEATURE 

FREE 




EARLY AMIOHCAN wing 
bade sofe tmi cliair, sdid 
maiHe ct^ee table aad 2 e.".d 
taUn. Good Mndition, 
everytfafaig for $110. 48^ 
2312 after 6 p.m. 

53 

FURNITURE, 1904 set 
encydopedias. Admiral re- 
frigerator, dishes, pots-n- 
puis, small qjpliamxs, 
lamps, household items 
very reascmable prices, 
4>t^^l>7 419 

TELEVKKW-Heathkit 25" 
cdor, touch tuning, just 
finished, excellent condition, 
ready for cabinet, $420. 
340-2547. 

419 

BEratOOM SUITE - doubte 
bed with mattresses, dress- 
er with tall mirror, 5 drawer 
chest. All in excellent condi- 
tion. $295 negotiable. 485- 
5733. 

510 

SOFA- Contemporary style, 
green, black and white 
plaid. Good condition $85 
or best offer. Call 855- 
7718 after 5 p.m. 419 

BBNKEL HARRB Cherry 
drop-teaf dining room tabte; 
needlqMnt so&; 2 t^wstry 
barrel diairs. exquisite furn- 
iture- only serious inquiries. 
583-3932. 

53 

OtlB-HWKINS - practical- 
ly new with aiatress, solid 
white. Paid $200, will seU for 
$60. Perfect condition! 622- 
2101. 

510 

CAPTAINfi BEIMtwin 

bed), hand made of 
Phillipine Mahogany, 2 
large storage drawers, 
excellent condition, $75, 
545-3987. ^^6 

FRENCH PROVINCIAL 
SOFA hi Oetedon green 
damask, good ccnditioi^l35. 
855-3739 after 5 p.m. 

53 

COUCH mU CHAOt-Early 

Amerkui, 6 feet taH has 
a queen size hide-a-way 
bed, matdiing chair, Her- 
cukn flrtwic, V.O.C, $295., 
428-7602. 419 

MAGNAVOK STERIO 

console. $225; bfew Fridai- 
dare Dryer, ^25; Wom- 
en'is English 10 speed, 
$110; Sathi wedding gown, 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m. 

426 
M.<aMrage RupaMige 

FLEA MARKET EXTRA- 

VAAGANZA-Hampton Od- 
iseum. May 6 and 7. Ihive 
your garage sate with us. 
Thousands attending. Booth 
rental. 481-2100. May 5 



Om YOU KNOW Tide' 

wat6'^ only authentic Mex- 
kan Restaurant is open for 
iu^ 12:30 daily. El Som- 
brero Mexican Restauruit. 
309 Shore Drive. tf 

LYMNHAVEN OYST- 
ERS AND CLAMS, Fresh 
daify from the river. John 
Kediag. 340-2494. 

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PEANUTS-RAW, shelted or 
hi sheU 69 cents. All kinds 
nuts. Fresher, cheaper 
gouroMt party nuts roasted 
to oriter.^ft maiUog. Fund 
raUtaig. The Nut Market. 
267 1/2 Oranby Mall, 625- 
5708 

53, 



ATWOOD SEAFOOD, 1724 
SandlM'idge Road, Ooaker, 
spot, tfdttt, and danu. 
Whoiesate croakers. 426- 
7850. 

53 

FRESH SEAFOOD Qtught 

daify. Green's Seafood 

Market, ftfturket of Virghiia 

Beadi, 47-3574. Open 9-6 

daily. 

426 

OYOTfaiS - Lynnhaven, 
shodced aad unwashed. 
Onwrite Kurd's Seafood 
Reatauraat. off Little Neek 
Rd.. Eari Smith. 340-5171. 
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LAWN ft GARDEN 



FLEA MAUCET Na 3, 

3315 South Kfilitary High- 
way. Open Friday, Satur-' 
day, Simday onfy 10-6. In- 
side staUs and taUe set-ups 
for rem. 28 stalls to serve 
you. Free aihidssion. 487- 
9803. 
tf 

2«-WaMlrilToll«)r 




B0Y19 AMTiVJES - 1M4 
Ld&Ate Avnoe. We buy 
aadaelLUaednduitiqae 
fundtere. 89 -MBI or w7 
- tnnO ahap, Dedar. 
T.F. 

SQUMS OAK OVmiC 

TAnEithh51^»tegs.4 



SHOTGUNS, i^Oba. ud 
l^itob, knives, sworda, 
bqwwts and aU types war 
acmvMiirs regardlMa oi 
eradiUim. CoDa^or will 
pay top m. 487 -1888. 

419 

CASH ON THE SPOT 

for used fhmhure and 

an>Haaoes. Oril BJtS. 

Forakwe CbmpaiQr. ^5- 

3376. 

4 19 

qPLWIENTS CLOTHK 

wanted for re-sak, braad 
aames. Just For Ki(b, new 
and used faifiuits daroa^ 
^dldrea AjtUiy. London 
&idge Shon^ Oemer, 
48M480. 419 



ll/2te2V2cuWcfoat 
lUAteMvier ibr ^"^yt * 
dorm. Wffl p^r a feir price. 
«4«S0. 

46 

NAUTICAL ilUB WANT 
ED- ^oneoMers. Hoa- 
ac&s. stMriag wteeb. ships 
lights, d^rhit^hetaBeU, ei4«i 
tae ocdR Mipqih. other 
fteau. I^faat prloes p^. 
m-i«S ot 4»-mi. 

416 



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REAL ESTATE 



M yea have *f er eal er My^H r*i "w^ •• give away, we wa 
na yewdasdBadadahaatataly PBEE. Yea, that'o right, well raa 
yaw ad te ear papahir FBEE BEE aactiaa. TUs la a paUk I 

Year FREE BEE ad wB reach Jaat the right people ate 
pieyMe a ake haaae lar yew arioad. Aad B It's ismilhfaig dee 
have te give away, ywnr MMds aad 
SoaaldM4<a8teplaee 



Ml appredate year 
FREE 1^ ad today! 




44-Resorls-IMcls 

■■■■■■■■■■■■■■i^HawH 

VACATION IN THE 

MOUNTAINS: A ftm |daoe 
tfx youngsters of M>y age. 
Pknty to ^ on Lake and 
300 aoe Wildlife Muiage- 
ment area. FisUag, boat- 
mg, hiking, games. TV. 
Spadons livi^ area, 5 
bedrooms, 2 baths, modern 
kitchen. Perfect for luge 
groups. Deer Track, c/o 
Dan Stiddey, Jr., 600 W 
Mvket St.. Harrisonburg, 
VA, 22801 

426 

47-ilowcs Uataralshcd 



JSiL 



rnBee 



0- Free Bee 



0-FreeBee 



^Ijiwn and C;arden 

SEARS - ^" rotary lawn 
mower with grass catcher. 
Used 1 season. $110. 486- 
1893 or 486-7692. 

V 510 

AZALEAS - 3 years old in 
gallon cans, clearance 
priced, at $1.25 and Uke 
your pick. 853-5176 from 
12-2 pmaqd after 3. 

amTMAkvtli - $10 p« 

pick-up load, WiH load your 
truck. 421-9258. 
46 

ASPARAGUS,cabbage, 
brooQU pbmts; ooiaa sets; 
red potttoes, bedding 
plaitts, garden seeds;lime, 
fertilizer, etc. Vhgfaiia 
Beach Feed and Seed. 497- 
2151. 419 

OOW MANURS-Iaqirove 

yoitf soil. 1/2 ton pick- 
up truck load $35, deli- 
vered to your garden plot, 
623-9382 after 4 p.m. 419 

DEEP GARDEN TILLING • 

The Gravely way. 41-9547. 

426 

ITS SPRING Planting 
Time! Free copy 48 pg. 
Planting Guide Catalog in , 
cdor - cSleitd by Viighiia^ 
largest growers of fruit 
trees, nut trees, berry 
iriants, grape vhws, land- 
sci4>e plant mtterial. 
Waynesboro Nurseries - 
Waynesboro, Vhguiia 
22980 426 

KOIO-TOilNQ - Any 
aeetion, awabe j(ri>, $6 up. 
Free est liijiti 8S8-a67S. 



NEW 3 BEDROOM RANCH 
- 2 baths, CAC, self-deaa 
oven, next to gdf course, 
park, lake; easy access aU 
bases. 499-9449. 

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SO-Waatcd to Real 

UKACH-RESCHtT AREA 

Room whh kitchen prive- 
teges or garage ^lartment. 
Reuosiabte for June aad 
July f«- 2 responsible 
femiale ooUege Juniors with 
local references, 489-1888. 
419 ' 

S8.Fer Sale Va. Beadi 

KINGS GILINT- 2 story 4^ 
bedroom, den with fireplace; 
many extru inchidiag targe 
deck and idwve ground pod. 
By owner. $70,000,340-2275. 
53 

CHESWEIAN OOLOtn- 

rooms, waterfront randi, 
$104,500. No agents, 461- 
4753. 

53 



Ihrec beautlAil long haired 
kittens out at exceptional 
mother. Two females, one 
cdico. one blHk and white, 
uaiqiMly mwked. Om mate, 
Mack and white. All are 
heahhy awi litter boa train- 
ed. Free togood homes only. 
Cdl 547-4571 days, 41-3804 
evenings and weekends.Ask 
for Lynn. 

FREE BEE - Mostly part 
ndnitture Dashund puppies, 
call 547-4849. 



WAKNINGl 

tethe Ckaaa- 
Sedsty, 
have been 
theFMSWE ad- 
to eh- 



AKC SEGISTEIED 
mMaSAMAN puppies, 

^ WMks oM, worm^. 
Mother and father on 
prente^. A<kM«bte mate. 
Stud ^rvice available. 

' $l». 4»M175. 

SIO 



S^AwMes tir Sde 

LAWN mWR - Ya«K^ 2 
ftm tti. Urn pew, 5 ^. 
C^OB eagte, 22 ia. eat, 
tm. or b»t oBb. Hene 
od 464-4082. 

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ptetdy reftM^ caceknt 

oAtttion. 

$450. Cdl 481-1257. 419 



WKbuy 

ty»eof^ld.«l-»6l 

De#er. 



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m WBSSXS ROSEVILLE 

pormrr. aoo ^e«» cast 

kMiiCUi^lMM,sevml 
^^mmttmn. Oril Grove 
Fte MfarlM. 9MMM Grove 
lUiaitaMV^D^ 5474M. 
46 



NOKVUW Rare Ootas - 
Norfott^ atMooa^ete. 
Bay, ^1. tnde. Bagrh^ 
sDv» oitas. 4 Sotth^ra 
SiOf^m CMm, NerMt, 
M41I8. 

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JtWNSdNPiUMI 
Tk«et«B, 8. 
laliiBipal feawe peat, pea- 
net bar aad eanh 84ft- 
8178. 

426 



39.TV 



Theee 
to tihe 
ipaarto 
he very eidhMry people. U 
yea want to give year 
aalBMd away aad have aay 
dedbt abMrt the redpiairt, 
piaaae eeatact dthar the 
Vkglaia Beach Hmaaae 
Sedety er the Che84peake 



PRIVATE BREEOER wiU 

give free home to wild owls, 
hawks, or any birds not 
waated by owner. Also free 
care for injured birds. State 
Permit #000 6 4. 
Write Rick at P.O. Box 
13428, Chesapeake, Virginia 
23325. 

BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 
ai^ give your love and home 
for our antanals. We need 
your help. Portsmouth Hu- 
mane Sodety. 397-6004. 

FREE BEE - Shadow needs 
a good hosne. Beautiftii, 
large, long haired, neutered 
mate cat. Movbig. 428-5147. 

FREE fiBE Btack, male. 
Cocker Spantel, 7 years, 
femate dachshund, spayed, 
3 years. Both registered. 
To good home only. 484- 
7906 



FREE HOUSE MANURE 

for gardeiu, nil 41-2546. 



Free pupptes - 9 weeks dd, 2 
mates, 1 femate, part collte, 
part beagte. 482-1054 after 
6:00 jwi. 

BLACK RAUIT to a good 

home, includes cages, 
499-4351 ___^_ 



S8-For Sale Va. Beach 



FOB RECUATKm, profit 
md exercise grow your own 
prodi»e and en|oy superior 
quBty. Free compost and 
water. Maon^ Rent a Oar- 
den. 497-5181. 

426 

I»tTA-l.JlkA. fertite top 
soB. Abo sud and fln. 
Prompt s«i4oe. Jack N. 
PoweU, Ine. 105-7844 or 
853-7218.' 

i ■ t f 

TWSMMNadu louny, 
fartfle, fro* X-dahy farm. 
Abo fin (M nd nad. 
LambeifisaBd grading. 
CaU 421-fR8. 

^ 

36-larBij^ripawat 

TRACI«kMHN IWERE- 

lOhsp.. dT «itt, roto tiUer 
attaduant taduded, Ex- 
celtent oaattlon. new eng- 
faie, $1,100. CUl 481-184. 

419 



UIARLESTOWNE - 4 bed- 
room ranch, heat pump, 
storm wfaKkiws, inany ex- 
tru. $54,500. possibte 8 0/0 
takeover, osvner, 4200363. 
tf 

GREEN RUN BRAND 

NEW - Save $2,0001 3 bed- 
room. 2 baths, ftunilyroom, 
tatH of ,i»B)Marda^eK|wted« 
utility roan, garage, 
drqies, landsca^d, S50.000, 
467-0507. 
510 

8ANinRIIXa;-4 bedroom. 
2 baths, all tpptimaet, on 
canal, walk to beach, 2 
decks, by owner, must sell, 
$73,S00. 46-7732. 

S3 

OLD KINGS GRANT, fish- 
ing and boating-yards away, 
tennb nearby. Redecorated 
4 bedrooou, 2 1/2 baths, 
eat-in Utdien, dinhig room, 
den/fire|riaoe,saeeaed por- 
ch, 2 1/2 garage, kw Vepoo^ 
601 negotiUe. 604 Khigs 
Grant Road. 464-1067. 

53 

KINGS GKANT- Lakefront, 
2 story Cokatal, 4 beihoam, 
2 1/2 baths, flunily room, 
fireidaoe, central ah, many 
extras, 486-3539. 
46 

FAIRFIELD ■ 4 bedroom, 
approadiii^ perfection hi 
design, quality, and liva- 
biUty. Eat-in-Utdien, 2M 
baths, fiunily room-fire- 
ptabel 2.300 square fieet. 
424-4780 

GREAT BRdKZ -New 
qaurtments aocross from 
Qrett ^ii^e High Schod. 1 
and 2 bedrooms, ftdly car- 
peted, modern Utchen-all 
anritances, »05 to $240 - 
547-7161. 



NEWORAMOB-fersak, 

Itrofessiwd Iwt^Mtaa aad 
dieck am avriMk. Reatoe- 
•bk pnm. 484-U58. 484- 
0138 itm 6 p.m. - anyttaoe 

510 



SAMOYED/Keeshound 
mixed puppies, parents 
registered, two females 
aad one mak. 464-3433 

FREE KITTENS-^i weeks 
old, good pets, 499^55. 



59-Fw Sate Chesapeake 



FREE PUPPY, mak, aU 
btad i. 547 - 4841. 

CAT-knghahed, tortolae 
ahell femde, 1 year oM. 
486-1814 after 4 p.m. 

2 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS, 

10 weeks old, ready ftv a 
new home. 421-2433. 

DOG - mak, part Ld> aad 
part beagle, 8 yeeara (dd, 
raised with children. Mov- 
ing and eaa't take pet. 



LEVEL GREEN-4 bedreom, 

bridt ranch. Family room/ 
fheptaoe, taundry room, eat- 
fai khdien, formal dining 
room, great areal $55,900. 
No agents. 424-9241. 

53 



MALIBU - 4 bedroom tri- 
level, fomily room with flre- 
ptaoe, central air. beautiftii 
and dean, 486-7362. 

tf 

CHARLESTOWNE LAKES 

• 3 bedroom, 2 baths, frunily 
room with fireplace, equity 
and assimie to eligibte Vets, 
owner, 424-5644. 

426 

SELL YOUR OWN 
HOME!! Our Real EsUte 
', Cxwaactot'^ervke ahowa 
you how. We do all paper 
work. Flat so^ice fee, no 
percent commission. Free 
brochure. Homeowners 
Services, 428-2232. 

426 

S»-Fer Sate Chesapeake 

GUAT nUDG»<hpe God. 

By owner. 2.8 fenced acres, 
4 bedrooms, 2 fhll baths, 
Utdwn. formal (Uniiiy room, 
living room ft Euodh' room, 
targe 2 car attached garage, 
wall-to-wall carpeting, cen- 
tral air. forced hot air ft oil 
heat, bum with water and 
ekctrk. 3 stalb, $64,900 
firmi 547-2363. 

419 

WB8T0VER- 3 bedroom, 
li^ btths randi, large eat-hi 
Utdien. On 2 acre corner 
kt; low $301, by owner 
543-5137. 4,5 



GREAT BRHXa: - 4 

bedroom on 1/2 acre, 30 
huge trees, sunken living 
room, plush carpets, 2 cw 
plus garage, central ah, 
avaitabte July, $57,500. 428- 
3784. 

53 

PEhOROKE MEADOW8- 

Immacutate 4 bedrooms, 
custom fireplace, central 
air, fomily room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably priced- 
low $50's, 4904221. 

tf 

HOMESTEAD AORKS - 

new 3 bedroom, 2 bath Cape 
Cod, targe wooded lot $10, 
000 and assume 9 0/0 con- 
ventional - 4>ivoRfanately 
$50,000. No agents.41-2390 
53 



GREEN MEADOW POINT, 

custom ranch, 3 targe bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, paaekd 
fem-$ 

ily rocm/fire[dace, garage, 
wooded corner lot, air,ex- 
tras. 484-3566. 

53 



GEORGETOWN POINTI^ 

owaer. 3 year dd brkk 
ranch, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
baths, den with flreptaoe. 
country kitchen 2 1/2 cv 
garage, drcular drive, wall- 
to-wall carpets, ^qdtanoes. 
424-1155. VAapprabed $58, 
700. 404 Providence Road. 
S3 

2 YEAR NEW4 bedroom, 
1 Vi bath Cdontal rai^ with 
attached garage on treed 
lot,$35,500 VA apprdsed, 
543-6481. 

419 



PUPPIES ■ 1 node and T 
femaks, all dUfereat naht- 
ea, any eokr, beantiftd 
markhiga, all are wormed 
and have had thek ahoto. 
S45-7488. 



tl-Oit-el-Teya lar Irie 

OMLmcrON HAIBOK - 

Cand front lot oo Pamlko 
Sound. Qubhouse avaOabk. 
$6,S00 negottabk. S04-SN- 
7023. 

SIO 



NAGS HEAD - 2 lots, one 
waterfront, one on UO hi 
sight of Jockey Ridge hi old 
Nags Head, turn M mikpoit 
14. 484-5461. 

510 

FLORIDA-TRADE? EQUI 
TIES • 12 aoe form with 3 
bedroom house - 2 fhe- 
ptaoes, den, fenced, pond. 
Abo waterfront kts, mo* 
teb. 461-8120. 

tf 



«6-QiBipers 



OLS-nAVKL TRAILER, 

1970, self-contahMd, gas/ 
electric refrigerttor, 12 vott 
pressurized water system, 
hot water, tdkt, new tires, 
excelknt condition. $1,600. 
488-0892. 

tf 



1973 - MU Motor 
Open Road. Ford dtasb, bar 
mikage. mfaiy conditkn, 
priced to seU. 4844547. 
46 

SKAMPER- 1972 pep vp, 
skeps 8, gu and ekctrk 
refrigerittor, portaiMtti, 
has awnhig, very good 
oondhioi, SlSOO.467-6794. 
428 

WINNIi;BAGO-197S D-21. 

sleeps 8, btth with shower, 
air conditioned, with gen- 
erator, exoeikitt coodhioe, 
$12,500. 499-2400 or 85S- 
824. 

.. tf 



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AT YOUR SERVICE! 

To fldverthe in tik teeOm, CAIL JOAN Rimi-48M430. 



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FOX RUN-5 bethoom, brkk 
2 story, 2 car wtr^^, eaM»- 
sac. VA w)rab«l $63,000. 
many extras. No a^itts 467- 
5753. 

S3 

TWDBOtWawnOfrBY 

owaer-(M>de-«ac HNwiiy 
treed. 3 be^oom brick 
rnch. Screea pordi, kvge 
dea with fireplace. Md- 
$^)1. «4-5n6. 

- 426 

TIMKiaAKEI 3 bed- 
room, raa^ 2 ftiO htth- 
raoms, Hvii^ roan,,dlnliig 
room, den whh Aeptaoe, 
atffity rank, ga«^. 2 
pMios on corner kt, lUsh- 
washa. gvhage dbpoad. 
$48.SG0. U^Q6 aad m- 
8 PR oett VA. 



Owa». 4 8 9 4 26. 

ti^ 

KBItfgVni«-l6,1flO aad 
assorae. 3 bcd^oon 2 1/2 

posd, setfdMB^ ovea, 
pr^tiie WM. IMi peri 
prhrlM^. «7-4«8. 

41 



I 71-Servtew Olfcwd 

LOUK'S UPHOLSTRY 

serving Tidewater for 25 
years. Custom 
iqihobtering. 20 pocoit 
off on all fabric by 
mentioning this 
advertisemott in ApiH and 
May. 480-2688. 
tf 

PLASTraONG- Large aad 
sauA Jobs. 30 yews etper- 
ieaoe In Tidewater Area. 
ReasoBaMe rates. Free 
estimates. Bob Mastia, 
8S3-69Wor34M<C».-» ^ 

HOME IMPROVE- 

UEKnnf^n, BnArtn- 
Stato Ifeeaaed. Aree 
Profit, eour- 
taoBs aerviee. (^attgr pw- 
famaaea.488-U44er487 
2620. 
TJ. 

FQQDLACIS- Have a 
eustoB flrcpiaea bvOt ia 
yonr hoaw at a ^Hoadde 
prke ^ Mk^ari * HU. 
flr^laoe specMau Mceas- 
ed. hoad^ ft hMred- 
REfereaoes; 40-306. 
tf^ 

HANODOCTOS-FUIiie- 

l^ie ^aab aarvke, tim- 
h«, npaMag, nd raga- 
Sor^ Soaihara 

Wert on d 
480-4187. jj 



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7t^crvk*s Offered 

WELL DRILUNG-Have 

a water supply of your 
own! Deep and shallow 
weUs. Wator for taw use. 
heat pump wdb, and 
drinkins water. 

Reasonable rates. 
Chesapeake Wdl DrilUns. 
Henry Leary, 487-8507. 

SIC 

UGffT HAUUM3 • tnA 

and Mvar far Ure, depMi- 
daUe. Mrtra halp avdtaUe. 
ao job too maO or lai^. 



846-9880. 



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YEOLDEGBDIISTSw- 

eepe--AdlrtyeMBBwyk« 
d mgarowa tl^." For 
more iaiorBatiaa ed 460- 
0417. BAC/MC aeeqited. 
45 



ANNIE'S JANITORIAL 
SERVICES- whh a wo- 
mml speeU touch. 
HoBMs, ivartawM heuMs, 
new homes demwd, off- 
ices, stores. ODsttracu wel 
ceawdi BeaaoHMe ratw, 
eMtaMca. «$-tm/«3- 
3760 

tf 



BOUSE Srim- RcHahk. 
kcal farmer teacher wffl 
howe-sit resort home tbb 
sioHBer. WiB give k»h« 



71-Servtees OWrred 

PARTY r Let 'nxk" the 
Magidan entertafai yours 
guests of diildrep aad/or 
aduhs. fothday parties, 
churdil, sdwob, and Cob- 
pany dinners, etc Ckwai 
avi^aUe. 853-8852. 
tf 

AUTO CSUSra»8- Top 

price p^. towed free, flwt 
service. 425-3807 

EXPBBIBNCXD FUND 

TUNR tedudctaa does ta»> 

h«, repahfaig, rt 

tag of d types of 

tadudiag ekctroidc ptauMa. 

Shermani Ptaao Servtae, 

420-9124. 

SIO 

ADMIIONS • Home lai- 
provemeitts, aU types, ahM> 
tauffl si(Uag, flrc^Bon, wai 
to wd cvpet, liaihfwwi, 
aad khchens remodeled. We 
can save you aioaQr. Cft S 
Builders, Inc. 54S-«S1. S47- 
2609. 
510 

BOOnmKEPABtt- Es- 

p«-koeed - a^ ^pe. amaB 
jdie.(MBi^ordB7.aB 

-gosierssr-enoriMp. 
TJr. 

FUKORIBB- BEPAB' 
ING ft Bl^TOUNG. Ut 



tiqpe.eflfe^er 
ho*. 



Chl l-7a3-552-&10 
41-1207. 419 



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bySlugeo 



Lynnhaven Steak House (Shore Drive) 

Vince Carieohas redone his old Ctptain's Pub and made it 
into a new resturant lounge with new carpet, tables and 
decorations. He has easy listening music tin week-ends. 

A few words from Vince: tDome and try our steaks... you 
can't beat our meat." 



Captain Roy's New York Deli (Great Neck Road) 

Roy Copeland has just recently opened this establishment 
«i Oeat Neck Road (near Shore Drive), and offers a 
complete line of deli sandwiches. You might also like to drink 
a beer with your sandwich. 

Roy says: Xiome on down, Itn still the same friendly guy 
you always knew... and if I dont know you, I sure would like 
to meet you." 




MEXICAN RESTAURANT 

Only authentic Mexican 
restaurant in Tidewater 
Our 20th year in same location 

Complete dinners from $4.25 
Dinner for two - $10.50 includes; 



Chiles Rellenos 
Tostadas 



Guacamole 
Enchiladas 



■ 



Open daily 12:30-10:00 p.m. 

Special luncheon menu 12:30-3:00 p.m. 

464-0421 
3629 Shore Drive Virginia Beach 

(One block west of Lynnhaven's Bridge) | 




BRASS 
ELL 



APRIL'S GRAND OPENING 

SPECIALS 

10 oz. Choice Delmonico Steak 
with Salad, Baked Potato, choice of 
Vegetable, with Rolls 
60 



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APRIL'S DAILY LUNCHEON 
SPECIALS •!" 

MON: Pork Gap and Applwnio 

TUES: Chi^MudDuiivUiv^ 

WED; Kaoekwwit aad Smirknnt 

THUHS: Choppwl Siiloia Md PHtd OnkiM 

FRI: Frud Shimp and PVnA Mm 

1612 INDEPBNDKNCB BLVD. 

THOROUGHOOOD 8B<WPINQ CEBfTKB. 

VIRGINIA BEACfl. VA 

PHONE 464-2720 




HMS QUARTET 

Jazz every Sunday 
7:00 to 11:00 

DISCO 

Tuesday thru Saturday 9 till 2 a.m. 

Luncheon and Dnner Menu 
Cocktails, Wine & Beer 

Open - 11 to 2 (laUy/4:30 to Za.m. 

4520 Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center 

Ukdependence Qlv4. (jmmJSl^m tke Awl Utbcter) 



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IVANHOE 

Motel 
Rtf taunnt I Lounge 

3lii t MmnOt k vt m t Otamtm 

Now Open uii<Mr N«w MmmcmmI 
Fin* dinb^ Mid cocktaiM 



6270 NorthompTon Blvd. Norfolk, Vitginio 23502 



APRIL 4- MAY 7 

A skle^Uttii^ cooKdy about an American family's 
adventure on a vacatk>a-tr^ bdiimi the Iron Cur- 
tain. Written by the decile's master of the mad 
Moiy, die wikl joke, the bdKo mapptt, the abso- 
lutely ludicrous sitnatkm . . . WOODY ALLEN, 
^»demy Award nominee for "Annie Hall", who 
alio wrote "Plqr It AgainSam"and "What's New 
Pussycat". 

SUMPTUOUS DININQ S COCKTAILS 

OROUP FACILITIES 

CENTRAL LOCATION 




Lancelot Layne 

Direct from Trinidad 

In the Knight's Loimge 

Thursday thru Sunday 
Live Caribbean Musfc inducing ^_, 
Steel Drums and CaHpso in our ILA 
Restaurant ^T" 



L0UN6E. 

.CLOSO^ MCWMAYS 




FOR RISIRVATIONS CALL 

4«1-SfS9 fArMt04i 



Scouting News 



Pack 477 awards cub achievements 



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Cub Sraut Pack 477 recently recognized the achievements 
of a number of pack numbers. 

Terry M^3a8ky was awarded the Arrow trf Light, the 
highest rwk m Cab Scouting, and was advanced to 
membership hi Boy Scout Troop 416. 

Eight boys received tlwir Bobcat badge: Trey Scott, day 
Bryant, Prank Simnuns. Eric Shirley, Mark Nfichnick, 
Darrin Brittingham, Eric Christopherson and David 
Freeman. 

Wdf badges were awarded to: Matt Hayden, NOke Penny, 
Paul Dougherty, ibnk Uvin, Kfike Barry. Tun Baver, Kfike 
Wells and David Freeman. 

Boys who earned arrow points iiKhided: Wes David, 



Frank Schmitt, Paul Dougherty, Chris Richardson, Kevhi 
Qam, Hank Bivin, Jeff Lamkin, Kenny A^thews, Scott 
Mller, Jinuny Blooiquist, and Kfike WeUs. 

Weblos activity badges were awarded to: Terry 
McOasky, Tony Wright, Troy Keyser. Andrew FrankUn, 
Matt Kfarks, Bobby Cannon, Wayne KfiUer and Jeff Ellison. 

Trophies were presented to whmers of tte pack^ 
Pinewood Derby and Space Derl^. Wtaners hi the 
Pinewood Derby were: Frank Sdunttt, first |daoe; Jbmay 
Blomquist, second fAax; and Matthew Hayden, third ^aoe. 
Space Derby wmners hiduded: Kenny Weikel, first |riaoe; 
Wayne Nfiller, second phtce; and Ai^ew FrankUn, tUtd 
phce. 



Pack 999 brings the circus to Green Run 

cub Scouts from pack 999 brought the drcustoGreen Run Du«»ne MuUins, John Hansen, Derek Witcher, David 

recently when 40 Qibs performed acrobatics, magic, clown Gilbert, Kflchael Kenny. JoseUto Ubial, Peyton Oihty, 

{md lion tamhig acts for IM guests. '<'*°" Austb, John Burrows, Jeff Brown, Evan Rosenthal, 

Awards were presented to David Harris. Patrick Roman. J<*n Darrdm, Mike DeSenne and Steve Diaz. 

Cubs of Pack 475 treat parents to 6ircus fun 

Qib Scout Padc 47S treated Cubs and parents to an the night, 
evening of circus ftm at the pn^'s hut meeth^. At the meetfaig, John Downs, Jason Barefoot, Keith 

Den 3 won the award for presenthig the best clown act of Ecooomidfand James Enoch received awards. 

Meeting turned into carnival by Pack 378 

The members of Cub Scout Pack 378 were pleasantly Polhamus won a prize. 

I surprised recently when their meethig was turned fauo a Ridcy Brhtaui from Den 2 received his Silver Arrow. 

I carnival with games and prizes. The pack will hold a Pinewood Derby in May. 

Tommy NbLon was the wumer (tf the turtle race and Chad 

Ciown opens meetini^ of Pack 425 



Cub Scout Pack 42S conducted its Mareh meetfaig whh a 
I circus theme. 

The naeethig was opened by clown Tom Conn as master of 
I ceremonies. He introduced a clown band, a freak show and 
I puppet shows. 

Mark Sauer, a new transfer Cub from Oalifornia, Terry 



Valentme, AUan Curimg, Theodore Bugtoog, Chris Ooyette, 
Matthew foistoo, Sam Leyndeker, Danny PresneU and 
Allan Fetters received awards. 

Also receivhig honors during the evemng were Brad 
Mattocks. Mke Thompson. Cory CXll. Steven Rudd, James 
Jenkins. Nfike Conn, Timmy Merino, Victor Smith aiid Dick 
Forster. 



Annual Blue and Gold Banquet held by Pack 67 



Cub Scout Pack 67 recently held its annual blue ami gold 
banquet whidi marked the pack'i 2Sth anniversary. 

Guests oi honor hM:luded Cmdr. Richard ^AlIter, 
operations officer Navphibase, Chaplain John Egan, 
Navphibase, and Mrs. and Kfrs. Hank Ruhl. Ruhl is pack 
commissioner and a member of the commissioner staff of 



Tidewater Council Boy Scouts of America. 

Durmg the ceremonies the awards were presented to 
David Hays, Richard Lee, Mdiael Jacobs, Juniners 
Schof&tal, Kfike Scroggins, Billy Bky, Jhnmy Thumpston, 
Junmy Baker, David Jenkins, John Scroggms, Paul 
CampbeU, Danny Thomas and Henry Amlta 



roke 



r girl scouts hold area cleanup 



The Pembroke Manor Qlrl Scouts recently had a joined the project and together the groups collected dose to 

neighborhood deanup and challenged other groups hi the 20phutic bags of trash. 

area to partidpate. ^ „ ," . The effect was part <rf the Girl Scout groupis yearly* 

The Pemlffoke Elementary Schod SCA. tte Pembroke service progect. •• »- / , 
Manor Boy Scouts and the Pembroke Manor Garden Qub 



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From the Coast Guard 



Boats required to carry visual distress 



The U.S. Coast Guard wiU i^opose a new rule requirmg 
boats to carry visual distress signab when operatfaig m 
coastal waters and on the high seas. 

The proposed rule wouU require recreational boats tlut 
arc 16 feet aiui longer to carry both day and night visual 
distress signals at all tfanes m coasts waters and on the high 
seas. In addition, boats tess than 16 feet m length and 
manually propelled aait such as kayaks, canoes, uiflatables. 
and row boats would be requked to carry night visual 
distress signals only when operating on these waters 
between sunset and sunrise. 

Unkss serious objections are raised during tl» coounent 
period, the ruk can be expected to be m force prior to the 
1979 boatmg season. Visual i&tress signals on recreational 
botts would be effective m numy seardi and rescue (SAR) 
sttuiOioos. These signab faicrease the dianoes for akrtmg 
others tb a distress shuation and reduce the tune spem 
kxtti^ a distressed boat. This reduces tte risks to life and 
^nperty created by proknged distress situations. 

Hie basic Coast Guard policy m approa/^e^ a requfre* 
ment for visual distress signals has been to establish (1), 
, m iBfaimni standarib ^sidicable to a ftiU range of sigmds; and 
1^, a miwiiniMii rei^iremeitt anircpritte for a huge number 
of bott operators. As a result, boaters will be aUe to 
ij^ec^e theh own judgement as to whkh <tevioes are best 
Vfttsd to their particular needs when meetmg the ivoposed 
Hlpdation, and manufiKturen will not be unduly restrteted 
tooiMti]^ the demanb ofanqr comuraers. 

Under tte ivopcaed rule the Qwt Guard wiO aUow the 
boMer to choose auKsg the folkwfaig devices when setectuig 



which signals to carry: ^ 

Day only - hand held orange smoke; floatnig orange smoke 
orange flag 36" X 36" with Uadc disc and square 
(International orange). 

Night only - white electrk distress l«ht. ainomittic or 
manually operated; red-feerial flare or meteor. 

Day and night - hand held red flare; hand flare/snujke 
combmation; red paradiute flare. 

When a pyrotechnic signid is chosen by tlK boat oper^or. 
a nununum oS three devices must be ctf ried to satisfy the 
requirement. 

The |»-apoeed nundatory carriage re^enient would be 
accompanied by a requirement that all signab carried be 
either Coast Guard a^nwti or certified to meet Coast 
Guard specifications, lids will greatly fanprove the 
reliability of the signals used, and decease the chances of 
mjury to a boater from a defective signal. 

This proposed regulation was presented to the Nttknal 
Boating Safety Advbory Council on Dec. 14, 1977. After 
considerable discussion, ami with a nunority of the Council 
dissenthig, a motion was a^i^ed whMi calted on the Coast 
Guard to piiMbh thb psapoud rule whh a muumum of 120 
days alkiwed for {wi^ comment. 

Comments shouhl be sulmdtted to Commandant (G-CMC 
/81) U.S. Coast Guard, Wasbdngton, D.C 2(»90. Wrhten 
comments should incMe the docket number (pOD ?6>m), 
and the spedfic sekaioo of tiw i^oposal to whkdi each 
comment is addressed. The i^oposal may be dianged m ^JtA 
of comments revived before final Ktion b taken. 



RfSTAURANT. 
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AaibMtic Chlaase -AsMrina Food 

Servtaig Laadwa-DiMars- 
Take (tat terviee 

LUNCHKNI SPECIALS 

400-S770 

COCKTAILS • WtmS • BEER 

OpM Mly 11 to 10:M p.B. tataya U to 10 p.ai. 

SSI KempsvlUt Plaxa Shepirfag Ctr. 
Priacaas tm» M. A JtattiMirt Ita'. Vlr^tta Baadi